NHL Blog Beat – September 25, 2013.

A look at some of this season’s potential storylines, what now for P.K. Subban, is Evgeni Nabokov a big problem for the Islanders playoff hopes, debunking Don Cherry’s myth of once coaching four 20-goal scoring tough guys, and more.

GRANTLAND.COM: Sean McIndoe examines some of this coming season’s potential storylines, including Brodeur vs Schneider in New Jersey, Tyler Seguin’s behavior in Dallas, and Tim Thomas in Florida.

DOWN GOES BROWN: McIndoe also has the hilarious “top secret transcript” of Phil Kessel’s suspension hearing.

PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert with his take on Sabres coach Ron Rolston getting fined.

How will P.K. Subban follow up last season's Norris-winning performance?

How will P.K. Subban follow up last season’s Norris-winning performance?

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Ari Grief wonders what’s next for P.K. Subban in the wake of his Norris-winning season.

LIGHTHOUSE HOCKEY: Is Evgeni Nabokov really that big of a problem for the Islanders playoff hopes? I’m guessing, “yes”.

BROAD STREET HOCKEY: This season could be Steve Mason’s last stand as an NHL starter.

JAPERS’ RINK: A unique look at the Washington Capitals depth chart.

THE COPPER & BLUE: Derek Zona punctures Don Cherry’s myth that he once had four twenty-goal fighters on his roster.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier looks back on the career of former Anaheim Duck Steve Rucchin.

 

2 Comments

  1. One of the funniest down goes brown ever! I’m going to copy that out, frame it and put it up on my wall!

    • Sean McIndoe is hilarious.