A detailed analysis of Patrice Bergeron’s Stanley Cup Final injuries, analysis on Vincent Lecavalier signing with the Flyers, a call the Predators for a Tyler Seguin trade and more.
BACKHAND SHELF: Jo Innes analyzes the plethora of injuries (collapsed & punctured lung, cracked rib, torn rib cartilage, separated shoulder) suffered by Bruins center Patrice Bergeron during the Stanley Cup Final, while Ryan Lambert examines the good and bad of signing bought-out players like Vincent Lecavalier.
GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe examines if any long-term NHL contracts a good idea? The results are mixed. Over at his blog DOWN GOES BROWN, he’s got an NHL free agent preview which, while satirical, should probably be taken as gospel by some general managers.
BROAD STREET HOCKEY: A look at how Vincent Lecavalier fits into the Philadelphia Flyer lineup.
RAW CHARGE: Martin St.Louis and the question of decline.
ON THE FORECHECK: Dirk Hoag suggests the Nashville Predators should push hard for a Tyler Seguin trade. Hey, if he’s available, why not, though you know the first thing the Bruins would want in return is Seth Jones.
SPORTS PICKLE: Revealed at last! The dartboard in every sports GM’s office.