NHL Blog Beat – November 28, 2012.

Analysis of the Coyotes new arena deal, more airing of grievances against the NHL lockout, and more.

BACKHAND SHELF: Justin Bourne weighs in with his take on the city of Glendale’s new arena lease agreement with prospective Phoenix Coyotes buyer Greg Jamison.

The City of Glendale approved a new arena lease deal for the Coyotes.

PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski also offers up his opinion on the sale.

CULT OF HOCKEY: Bruce McCurdy dispels the myth that the last NHL lockout ended a number of players careers.

WINGING IT IN MOTOWN: “J.J. from Kansas” offers up a unique take on the business of hockey and the hardcore fan.

SILVER SEVEN: Senators fan Mark Parisi is angry at both sides in this lockout (more so at the owners), and just wants it to end.

 HOCKEY WILDERNESS: “The rise and fall of a Minnesota Wild fan”.

HOCKEYBUZZ: Dee Karl on “The NHL lockout that stole Christmas”.

EYES ON THE PRIZE: “theactivestick” takes a bit of positive take on the lockout, listing the things we don’t miss about the NHL.

DEFENDING BIG D: Jeff Angus examines what Jamie Benn’s next contract with the Stars could look like.