Sunday, July 29, 2012

Canes not done yet, Kings add Payne, Flyers sign Voracek and more

Morning puck addicts!

More tumbleweed this morning on the NHL news front. I bet you can't wait for P.K. Subban to finally sign with the Habs so all media, new and old, can descend on the story!

Um, ya.

At least the Olympics are on, so they provide for some distraction. I'm not sure about you, but I've always been a fan of the Olympics.

It is the one event that I can just turn on first thing in the morning and lose an entire day watching.

On a personal level, I'm jumping on TSN 990 this morning with the kind old folk from the weekend morning show. If you're up, tune in live from 9 - 10 AM as we discuss Rick Nash, Shea Weber, Alexander Semin and much more!

Hockey News

-Apparently the Carolina Hurricanes are not done yet. Having already added Jordan Staal and Alex Semin, it seems they want to add more.

Any why not? It's not like they had the 25th worst goals-against in the league last season. Oh wait, they did.

-The Los Angeles Kings added former Blues coach, David Payne, as an assistant.

-A bunch of teams re-signed existing roster players, starting with the Rangers who reup with Anton Stralman.

The Flyers were the other team in action, re-signing Jakub Voracek.

-Finally, ESPN did a little Q and A with Hall of Famer Eddie Olcyk.

(Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images North America)


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