Hockey News: South Koreans Visit Stars; Grigorenko Signed

Here’s a look at the hockey headlines for Monday, July 20:

A few South Koreans visited Texas before making their Olympic hockey debut. [The Globe & Mail]

Mikhail Grigorenko received a show-me-what-you-can-do deal with the Avalanche. [Today’s Slapshot]

Rich Peverley is unsure about his hockey-playing future. [Puck Daddy]

Pavel Datsyuk says he will miss the start of the 2015-16 season. [The Score]

The Devils re-signed Stefan Matteau. [In Lou We Trust]

Stefan Matteau (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)
Stefan Matteau (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

Current free agents are having a difficult summer due to a lack of cap room. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Tyler Seguin has been showing his support for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. [The Dallas Morning News]

The Bruins may not be done trying to bring in defensemen. [Hockey Buzz]

The Coyotes are also hoping to bolster their defense. [The Hockey News]

Linden Vey hoping for a bounce-back year. []

Troy Brouwer brings a winning attitude to St. Louis. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]