NHL Blog Beat – February 26, 2014

Summing up the 2014 Olympic men’s hockey tournament, a history of hockey in British Columbus, plus thoughts on the Avalanche, Hurricanes and more.

PUCK DADDY: Sean Leahy with 10 things we won’t forget about the 2014 Olympic hockey tournament, while Harrison Mooney reminds us of the folly of projecting the rosters of the 2018 Olympic teams.

USA Hockey could learn some lessons from Hockey Canada.

USA Hockey could learn some lessons from Hockey Canada.

BACKHAND SHELF: Justin Bourne on Nicklas Backstrom’s Olympic quagmire and the use of pseudoephedrine in hockey locker rooms, while Ryan Lambert lists four lessons USA Hockey can learn from Hockey Canada.

GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe lists 10 more medal events for Sochi Olympic hockey.

DOBBER HOCKEY: Chris Wassel looks at players who could spark their lines post-Olympics.

SILVER SEVEN SENS: Analysis of the University of Ottawa’s Senators sports and entertainment 2012-13 impact study.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier with a history of hockey in British Columbia.

THOUGHTS FROM THE MAN CAVE: Jeremy Lambert on the Avalanche’s Olympic players.

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: The career of the late Tom Cavanagh and mental health in the NHL.

SUN BELT HOCKEY: Andrew Luistro wonders if the Carolina Hurricanes could mull a coaching change.