NHL Weekend Blog Beat – March 10, 2013.

The weekend’s collection of notable posts from around the NHL blogosphere.

THE STRANGEST ONE OF ALL: Scotty Wazz offers up his take on the NHL’s realignment plan.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier wonders if the NHL could viably reduce its schedule to 70 games.

Are enforcers ruining hockey?

Are enforcers ruining hockey?

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Katie Flynn believes the role of  enforcer is ruining hockey.

SILVER SEVEN: Peter Raaymakers believes the Senators need an enforcer.

BACKHAND SHELF: Cam Charron on hockey’s “counting problem” (analytics).

HOCKEY ANALYSIS: David Johnson offers up his take.

NHL NUMBERS: Kent Wilson also delves into the issue.

HABS EYES ON THE PRIZE: Arik Parnass asks, would you prefer if Hockey Night in Canada moved to TSN?

ICETHETICS: The Toronto Maple Leafs prepare early for their centennial.