Hockey News: Teemu Hates Boudreau; Rangers Microchips

BREAKING: Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are already injured. [Penguins]

There are probably more than three things the Oilers need to do to be successful. [NHL]

Teemu Selanne has written a book. He also isn’t a big fan of Bruce Boudreau. [Sportsnet]

There are a few story-lines for the Penguins going into this season. [Pensblog]

Ilya Bryzgalov might be in net for the Minnesota Wild again this season. [Edmonton Journal]

Bryzgalov Minnesota Wild

Marc Methot and the Senators are still quite far apart in contract negotiations. [Ottawa Citizen]

Bobby Ryan meanwhile, has been offered a seven-year deal that he has not yet accepted. [Too Many Men on the Site]

Ryan Johansen is going to wait at home until the mess with the Blue Jackets is sorted out. [USA Today]

NHL players guess their video game rating. This is good stuff. [YouTube]

In one of the quieter negotiations, Marc Staal still needs a contract. [NY Post]

Nothing is rock solid in fantasy hockey. As Marc Staal found out, the hockey gods can be very cruel. (Bridget Samuels/Flickr)
(Bridget Samuels/Flickr)

The Rangers plan to use computer chips to track player movement. Advanced stats to the next level. [SNY Rangers]

Chad LaRose is still playing? [Cardiac Cane]

Alex Galchenyuk will be lining up at center this season. [Habs Addict]

Can Corey Crawford live up to his big contract? [NBC Chicago]

And finally, Canadian hockey star Tessa Bonhomme will be retiring for International Hockey. [Toronto Star]