Lubomir Visnovsky’s attempt to remain in the KHL, Brian Burke’s other legacy, the case for keeping Luongo in Vancouver, ten markets helped by the CBA, remembering Bill Masterton and more.
PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski examines several players left off TSN’s top 50 players list, like Bobby Ryan, Loui Eriksson and Dan Girardi.
BACKHAND SHELF: Daniel Wagner wonders if Lubomir Visnovsky is really the hill the KHL is willing to die upon against the NHL.
THE LEAFS NATION: Brian Burke’s other legacy: the “You Can Play” campaign.
CANUCKS ARMY: Cam Charron makes the case for the Vancouver Canucks to retain Roberto Luongo as their starter in 2013.
THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Justin Johnson lists ten teams which the new NHL CBA was worth fighting for.
LIGHTHOUSE HOCKEY: The end of the lockout means those NY Islanders playing in Europe during the lockout can return to their team…um, yay, I guess…
GONE PUCK WILD: Derek Stykalo wonders if the Minnesota Wild will try to re-sign Niklas Backstrom before he becomes a UFA this summer.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier remembers the late Bill Masterton.
DOWN GOES BROWN: A satirical preview of the NHL Eastern Conference.
PUCKS, GUTS AND GLORY: “NHL History Girl Jen” looks back on a prank former Sharks d-man Sandis Ozolinsh used to play on the unsuspecting San Jose media.