Hockey News: Team Canada Changes; Hertl Injury

Reading too much into Twitter: Steven Stamkos edition. [The Leafs Nation]

Tom Renney is the new President of Hockey Canada. [Puck Daddy]

Formerly the coach of Canada’s National women’s team, Kevin Dineen is now an assistant with the Blackhawks. [Globe and Mail]

The Brodeur legacy in New Jersey lives on. []

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

Would Mike Ribiero be a fit in New York? [Rant Sports]

It’s still possible that the Jets could trade Evander Kane. [Winnipeg Sun]

The Blues lost Vladimir Sobotka. Trying to make sense of it doesn’t erase the sting. [RMNB]

The Maple Leafs didn’t do much in free agency this year. Last year’s David Clarkson debacle has likely left them a little gun shy. [National Post]

No offence to Kyle Turris, but if he’s the best the Senators have, yikes. [Ottawa Sun]

Kyle Turris Senators
Kyle Turris (Marc DesRosiers-US PRESSWIRE)

After a rocky start to his pro career in Montreal, Louis Leblanc will give it another try with the Ducks. [Hockey Fights]

Paul Ranger has signed on to play hockey in Europe. How will Toronto’s blue line recover? [Raw Charge]

Tomas Hertl re-injured his knee. The Sharks hope it’s not serious. [Sports Injury Update]

The Oilers have good wingers. Now all they need are centers, goalies and defensemen and they’re all set.  [Oilers Nation]

Perhaps this guy will help. [Oilers Rig]

And finally, new arenas are nice, but they come at a cost. [Post Gazette]