Hockey News: Outdoor Game Recap; Miller on the Move?

Hockey fans in America tend to be a little sensitive at times, because of a perceived lack of respect by the other major sports in the country. [Yahoo Sports]

But Dodger stadium was a gracious host for the game between the Ducks and Kings. It looked pretty sweet. [The Hockey News]

The Great One was in attendance to drop the puck. [SI]

(Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)
(Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)

The outdoor game between the Rangers and Devils was a complete contrast in weather, and goal scoring. []

Rick Nash scored again, as he continues to prove to the world why Team Canada was right in inviting him to the Olympics. [Blue Line Station]

The Buffalo Sabres are dead last in the NHL. Could their prized goalie Ryan Miller be on his way out of town? [Sulia]

Captain Steve Ott could also be on the trading block. Would Pittsburgh be a good fit? [Hockeybuzz]

(Photo: Andy Martin Jr)
Steve Ott (Andy Martin Jr.)

Tomas Vanek would probably like to be in Pittsburgh since according to him they never have any disallowed goals. [Lighthouse Hockey]

Habs fans don’t seem to like their head coach. [Habs Eye on the Prize]

And the Montreal media is comparing the team to zombies. That’s probably not a good thing. [Montreal Gazette]

The Sharks re-signed their two big guns. [CBC]

Wayne Simmonds doesn’t let racism affect him. He shouldn’t have to even deal with it but that’s another issue. [USA Today]

And finally a nice tribute to a fallen hockey player. [Stamford Advocate]