Alexander Radulov returns to the KHL, Justin Schultz setting himself up for failure, a look at some of yesterday’s UFA signings, Absurd Goalie Monday, and more!
PUCK DADDY: Dmitry Chesnokov on Alexander Radulov’s return to the KHL, and wonders if he’ll return to the NHL again. I’m guessing the answer is, “no”.
THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Colin Insley suggests new Oilers defenseman Justin Schultz is setting himself up for failure by spurning the Ducks and using the CBA to try to fast-track his way to the NHL. Time will tell.
BACKHAND SHELF: Ellen Etchingham expands on Tyler Dellow’s theory about why teams draft bottom-six players.
MILE HIGH HOCKEY: David Driscoll-Carignan examines yesterday’s free agent signings by the Colorado Avalanche.
SILVER SEVEN: Mark Parisi on yesterday’s moves by the Ottawa Senators.
PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: Adjusting salary cap expectations: 2012 Maple Leafs edition.
HOCKEY ANALYSIS: David Johnson on what version of Jay McClement the Maple Leafs will be getting.
LIGHTHOUSE HOCKEY: A useful chart explaining why free agents sign where they sign.
THE STRANGEST ONE OF ALL: Scotty Wazz with another edition of “Absurd Goalie Monday”. Today: Danny Lorenz.