The NHL weekend that was, an NHL referee apparently suspended for meeting with a hockey blogger, analysis of the Leafs, Islanders, Devils, Senators and much more in today’s collection of hockey-blogging goodness.
GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe on the notable news of the past NHL weekend.
DEADSPIN: Kevin Draper reports NHL referee Tim Peel was apparently suspended for meeting with “Puck Daddy” Greg Wyshynski, during which a picture showed the two sharing a shot at a bar. Looks like much ado about nothing.
PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: JP Nikota calls for Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan to tear the team down.
NHLNUMBERS: Cam Lewis examines the LA Kings limited cap space and possible moves.
THE FACEOFF CIRCLE: Shawn Reis believes the NHL should advertising on its jerseys.
ISLANDERS INSIGHT: Andy Graziano writes the Islanders hope penalties won’t kill their playoff aspirations.
IN LOU WE TRUST: Alex Potts examines if Devils GM Lou Lamoriello iced a patchwork roster this season.
SECOND CITY HOCKEY: Satchel Price on why Adam Clendening was expendable.
SILVER SEVEN SENS: A look at possible Ottawa Senators trade chip David Legwand.
DOBBER HOCKEY: Tom Collins with your top-10 “Buy Low” players.
FOHS FARM REPORT: Scotty Wazz bids farewell to the Las Vegas Wranglers.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier with an exclusive interview with @HaroldBallard.