Hockey News: Arbitration Hearings; Steroids in Hockey

The Winnipeg Jets are paying a lot of money for Blake Wheeler’s services. Clearly they got a hold of Evander Kane’s money phone. [Too Many Men on the Site]

Staying with Winnipeg, Wheeler wasn’t the only Jet player making it rain. Does somebody need to reach the salary cap floor, or…? [Puck Daddy]

Blake Wheeler Jets
Blake Wheeler (Jeanine Leech/Icon SMI)

As if talks weren’t already moving slowly between the Blues and Alex Pietrangelo, the Bogosian contract isn’t going to make things any easier. [Sports Illustrated]

Ty Rattie is hoping to make an impact in the NHL. If that doesn’t work out, though, he can always look to baseball. [STL Today]

Not everyone will be avoiding arbitration hearings. [The Leafs Nation]

The NHL may soon have it’s first Australian-born player. []

PED’s in hockey? Not according to Larry Brooks. [New York Post]

The Minnesota Wild lost a lot of money last year. Not including the millions they threw at Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, of course. [Yahoo Sports]

Josh Harding on a mission to raise awareness for MS. [Sportsrageous]

Josh Harding
(Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE)

The Hurricanes signed Nathan Gerbe a one-year deal. [News Observer]

What does the future hold for Ales Hemsky? [Edmonton Journal]

Which country boasts the best line-up for the upcoming Olympic games? Make your vote. [CBC]

Sweden will likely have to open the Olympics without Alex Edler. [Sportsnet]

The Ottawa Senators have signed Karlsson. No, not that one. [TSN]

And finally, we need to see more hockey players dancing. [CBS Sports]