Hockey News: Brodeur Retires a Blue; Spezza Returns to Ottawa

The American Hockey League will now have a Pacific Division. [AHL]

Claude Giroux wants to see his coach fight. [The Score]

The Flyers may be getting Kimmo Timonen back this season. [Buzz on Broad]

Is Jordan Eberle no longer a valuable trade piece? [Oilers Nation]

(Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports)
(Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports)

It’s adorable that the Blues actually believe Brodeur has contributed to their organization. [National Post]

A look at Marty’s new office. [Sportsnet]

The Montreal Canadiens are looking as dangerous as ever. [Two Pad Stack]

The Canucks may be looking to move Jacob Markstrom. [Nichols on Hockey]

Jason Spezza got a big applause in his return to Ottawa, but was booed every time he touched the puck. His team got the last laugh though. [Ottawa Citizen]

Jason Spezza joined the Stars via trade over the summer (Credit: Texas Stars Hockey)
(Credit: Texas Stars Hockey)

So did Devan Dubnyk just need better defence in front of him or what? [Globe and Mail]

Connor McDavid is the unanimous choice to go first overall. [TSN]

A look at goalie controversies in the NHL. [Grantland]

How important is balance in your defensive core? [Committed Indians]

And finally, the legacy of Martin Brodeur. [Fan Rag Sports]