Hockey News: Coyotes are Staying in Phoenix; Remembering Shawn Burr

Sad day in the hockey world as former Detroit Red Wings player Shawn Burr has passed away. [CTV]

It looks as though the ownership drama surrounding the Phoenix Coyotes is finally over. Probably. For now. [The Gazette]

(Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE)

(Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE)

Alex Burmistrov is playing the blame game. [Hockeybuzz]

Remembering “The Trade” 25 years later. [TSN]

Seriously, is Alex Pietrangelo ever going to be re-signed? [CBS]

Jarome Iginla is in love with Boston. Oh the irony. [Toronto Sun]

Some young players to keep an eye on at the Ivan Hlinka tournament. [Sportsnet]

Alex Ponikarovsky’s NHL career appears to have come to an end. [USA Today]

Jonathan Drouin has been sidelined with a foot issue. [Sports Talk Florida]

Is toughness in the line-up really helping the Oilers get better? [Copper and Blue]

The offseason adventures of Henrik Lundqvist. [Eye on Hockey]

Henrik Lundqvist (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)

Henrik Lundqvist (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)

Speaking of Lundqvist, he has a fan in New York Mets star Matt Harvey. [NESN]

Jonathan Bernier hopes to win the number one job in Toronto. Evidently nobody has told him that there’s pretty much no way he won’t the Maple Leafs starter come opening night. [Toronto Star]

Apparently Bernier, a veteran of 62 regular season NHL games, is a superstar. [ESPN]

Is Markham, Ontario a realistic destination for an NHL franchise? Unless it can be part of the Western Conference, probably not. [National Post]

Fantasy hockey owners: Fleury or Vokoun? [NHL]

And finally, will anyone take a chance on Tim Thomas? [The Rat Trick]

Marcy Di Michele

Marcy Di Michele

A hockey player, and huge sports fan, Marcy has worked as a Sports Journalist for the esteemed online magazine Suite 101 in addition to being a Lead Writer at the Hockey Writers.
Marcy Di Michele

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