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