Remembering Al Arbour, the need for reform of the NHL’s drug policy, Anze Kopitar’s impact on Slovenian hockey, reaction to the Patrick Kane trade rumors & much more. 

GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe remembers the life and coaching career of the late Al Arbour, and lists five NHL rules you have to know.

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Noah Dolinajec believes the NHL must reform and improve its drug policy.

Anze Kopitar is having an impact on hockey in his native Slovenia.

Anze Kopitar is having an impact on hockey in his native Slovenia.

THE COMMITTED INDIAN: Sam Fels offers up his take on a recent article regarding Patrick Kane and the Chicago Blackhawks, including claims that at least five teams have interest in Kane.

TOO MANY MEN ON THE SITE: Adam Savard isn’t pleased with the trade speculation about Kane, who’s under investigation for sexual assault.

PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert on the tricky decision facing Jets management regarding Dustin Byfuglien’s future in Winnipeg.

JEWELS FROM THE CROWN: Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar has led to notable changes in hockey participation in his native Slovenia.

CANES & COFFEE: A look at the recent speculation concerning Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr attempting to sell the team.

CANES COUNTRY: Examining the Hurricanes future at forward.

RAW CHARGE: John Fontana wonders how long it’ll take to resolve the hard feelings over Martin St. Louis’ departure last year from the Tampa Bay Lightning.

SILVER SEVEN SENS: Trevor Shackles believes the Ottawa Senators run to the 2015 playoffs was worth missing out on a possible high pick at the 2015 NHL Draft.

THE CANNON: Mike MacLean comes to grips with the Columbus Blue Jackets’ blueline situation.

THE SIN BIN: Scotty Wazz on the ECHL’s Greenville Road Warriors changing their name to the Swamp Rabbits.

FIVE FOR HOWLING: The Arizona Coyotes blog is seeking writers.