Here’s the latest from around the hockey blogosphere on the eve of yet another NHL lockout.
PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert asks (tongue in cheek), “Won’t somebody please think of the poor owners” in this NHL lockout.
INSIDE HOCKEY: Kevin Greenstein believes the NHL owners position is defined solely by greed.
CBS SPORTS EYE ON HOCKEY: Eric Macramalla weighs in on the Quebec Labor Board rejecting the NHLPA’s injunction to block the NHL lockout in Quebec.
ON THE FORECHECK: Dirk Hoag looks into NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman’s claim rising jet fuel prices are one reasons for cutting players salaries.
RAW CHARGE: John Fontana on how pettiness began to rear its ugly head in the 24 hours prior to the NHL lockout.
IN LOU WE TRUST: Jerry Tierney on which young New Jersey Devils could benefit from a lockout by playing in the minors.
JEWELS FROM THE CROWN: “Living With The Lockout (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The AHL)”.
FIVE FOR HOWLING: Ben Shroyer with twenty-five alternative reasons why Shane Doan spurned the Vancouver Canucks to re-sign with the Phoenix Coyotes.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier examined how politicians attempted to use the 1972 Summit Series to their advantage.