Here are all the links from around the hockey world, and what I’m reading while realizing that watching Guy Boucher’s reactions behind the Ottawa bench is more exciting than the system he employs out on the ice.
*PK Subban’s dad has come out with a book about the success story behind his family, and how it all happened.
*In the interest of self-promotion, here’s my hit this morning with Toucher and Rich talking about “disappointing” last night’s Bruins performance was against the Senators.
*Ken Campbell says that the NHL needs a little more “Blue Sky” thinking when it comes to improving the NHL’s rule book.
*Check out the very cool “Reds” jerseys that the Providence Bruins played in recently, and are up for auction on Ebay right now.
*Mike Yeo returns to Minnesota as the coach of the St. Louis Blues, and has come full circle after being fired by the Wild.
*Pierre McGuire hops on with TSN 1200 in Ottawa and talks about the Bruins/Senators match-up and where he thought Brad Marchand would slot into the NHL when he was drafted.
*The Buffalo Sabres are taking some rough beatings and not even learning the lessons from them along the way.
*Calgary’s Reid Duke becomes the first skater to sign on with the Vegas Golden Knights with still a long way to go until their first NHL game.
*Apparently my twitter account has hit the big time as my musings on Guy Boucher’s eye-popping look behind the bench was all the rage on Monday night.
*PHT writer James O’Brien has Jumbo Joe Thornton collecting his 1,000th career assist, with most of them coming with the San Jose Sharks.
*For something completely different: Larry Bird sees a lot of himself in Magic Johnson taking over the Lakers, and knows that he’s got a lot to learn.