The Red Wings are unable to make a big splash this offseason, but Ken Holland continues to make an effort toward doing something for a Detroit team thats in a state of flux. Given how old the Wings have looked in the last couple of years its understandable why patience is running low there.
NHL executives and the players are set to resume labor talks in Toronto this week as the NHLPA still has yet to submit their first counter-proposal to the leagues heavy-handed first attempt.
Aaron Portzline does a good job chronicling the Rick Nash exit from Columbus on the day he was traded to the New York Rangers.
A good Where are they now on Ray Bourque from a Colorado point of view a decade after winning the Stanley Cup.
The Arizona Republic supplies the latest update on Shane Doans free agency and Phoenix continues to look like its fading off into the sunset for the esteemed veteran.
A heartfelt piece from You Can Play Project organizer Patrick Burke, and the deep well of emotional feelings that have been kicked up for him personally by the Aurora shooting tragedy.
For something different: A trio of men died while shielding their girlfriends from bullets in the Colorado shooting tragedy. I hope the media continues its current trend of covering the victims and leaving the cowardly shooter as an anonymous, unknown cold-blooded killer.