Check out all the most notable posts of the past day from around the NHL blogosphere.
BACKHAND SHELF: Ellen Etchingham on the history of the last NHL team to play in Brooklyn, the New York Americans; Jake Goldsbie on how social media is making the NHL lockout worse, and Justin Bourne on the psychology of choosing your fourth line forwards.
PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski on Ryan Suter slamming his employer for using a loophole in the CBA to sign players to expensive, front-loaded contracts, just like the one Suter signed with his employer this summer.
WINGING IT IN MOTOWN: “J.J. from Kansas” has little time for those who believe both sides deserve even share of the blame for the current lockout.
GRANTLAND.COM: Sean McIndoe (aka “Down Goes Brown”) with a handy flowchart for what sports hockey fans should follow during the lockout.