Here’s the latest from around the hockey blogosphere on the eve of yet another NHL lockout.

PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert asks (tongue in cheek), “Won’t somebody please think of the poor owners” in this NHL lockout.

INSIDE HOCKEY: Kevin Greenstein believes the NHL owners position is defined solely by greed.

CBS SPORTS EYE ON HOCKEY: Eric Macramalla weighs in on the Quebec Labor Board rejecting the NHLPA’s injunction to block the NHL lockout in Quebec.

Bettman claims rising costs of jet fuel among reasons owners wants to cut players salaries.

ON THE FORECHECK: Dirk Hoag looks into NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman’s claim rising jet fuel prices are one reasons for cutting players salaries.

RAW CHARGE: John Fontana on how pettiness began to rear its ugly head in the 24 hours prior to the NHL lockout.

IN LOU WE TRUST: Jerry Tierney on which young New Jersey Devils could benefit from a lockout by playing in the minors.

JEWELS FROM THE CROWN: “Living With The Lockout (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The AHL)”.

FIVE FOR HOWLING: Ben Shroyer with twenty-five alternative reasons why Shane Doan spurned the Vancouver Canucks to re-sign with the Phoenix Coyotes.

 GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier examined how politicians attempted to use the 1972 Summit Series to their advantage.