RALEIGH NC - JANUARY 30: Shea Weber #6 of the Nashville Predators of Team Lidstrom laces his skates in the locker room before the 58th NHL All-Star Game at RBC Center on January 30 2011 in Raleigh North Carolina. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Well aren't you lucky? For the first time in ages (it seems) we have enough goings-on to bring you a double-dose of hockey notes today, so we'll start you off with the news that Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber has finally returned to Music City...
Nashville Predators News
Nashville Predators' Shea Weber back in town | The Tennessean
At long last, the captain has returned to Nashville. Josh Cooper caught up with him at Centennial, where he worked out with some of his teammates earlier today.
Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey
Fantasy hockey leagues that reward PIMS make zero sense | Backhand Shelf
Sure they do - it's because fantasy hockey is about having fun, and hey, at least it adds some meaning to all the sideshow fights.
NHLPA gives players lockout preparation memo – USATODAY.com
Well, at least it sounds like J.P. Dumont will still get his money.
NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement: State of the discussions - ESPN
Pierre LeBrun masterfully sets the current scene, covering just about every different major issue being discussed right now.
McKenzie: Expiry of CBA significant for some young RFAs - TSN
There are still a number of high-profile players waiting on new contracts. Should they get them done soon?
How Alex Ovechkin Can Make The Most Out Of A Lockout - Japers' Rink
A Capital notion, here.
Will Caps be more aggressive under Oates? - CSN Washington
Once the season does start, Washington will be one of the more fascinating teams to watch. Will they get back to an up-tempo offensive game under new head coach Adam Oates?
Bruins sign Malcolm Subban to entry-level deal - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Boston inks their 1st-round draft pick from this summer.