NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – August 10, 2014

The latest on Alexander Semin and Brayden Schenn, a profile of the originator of the Corsi stat, a long-lost Stanley Cup ring is found and more. 

Alexander Semin returns to US to rehab from wrist surgery.

Alexander Semin returns to US to rehab from wrist surgery.

YAHOO! SPORTS: Dmitry Chesnokov reports Carolina Hurricanes winger Alexander Semin hasn’t fully recovered from wrist surgery and will return to the Unites States to rehab this weekend.

NEWSOBSERVER.COM: Luke DeCock has a profile of Don Waddell, the former GM of the Atlanta Thrashers who’s been hired to run the Hurricanes’ business operations.

FLYERS.COM: The Flyers are expecting more from center Brayden Schenn this season. The 22-year-old reach personal bests in goals (20), assists (21)  and points (41)  last season.

TORONTO STAR: Kevin McGran profiles Jim Corsi, a long-time NHL goalie coach who originated the shot differential stat.

CBC.CA: A young New Brunswick boy found what appears to be a Stanley Cup ring which may have belonged to Montreal Canadiens Hall of Famer Elmer Lach.