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Source indicates Ryan Suter wants to stay in the West: Thursday afternoon notes

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Maybe he just really, really likes airplanes?

Our afternoon hockey notes kick off with a report out of Philadelphia saying that Nashville Predators defenseman (and soon to be free agent) Ryan Suter has pretty much crossed half the league off his list of potential destinations...

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Nashville Predators News

Source: Suter doesn't want to come to Philly - CSN Philly
A "source" says Ryan Suter wants to stay in the Western Conference. Sorry, Winnipeg.

Voices of the Kings' past, and their present disposition still of disbelief - Farther Off the Wall
For Pete Weber, who used to broadcast L.A. Kings games, this Stanley Cup championship brought back memories of his early career.

Pro hockey's progressive anti-bullying campaign sends a message: Straight or gay, You Can Play | Sports | Nashville Scene
Kudos to Shea Weber for supporting the You Can Play project.

Top 15 moments of the 2011-12 Preds season: #11 | Section 303
Jeremy continues to go for the obscure.

Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey

Difficult to side with owners in new labor war - The Hockey News
I usually disagree with Adam Proteau, but I'm with him on this one.

Chris Stewart signs 1-year, $3 million extension with Blues | Puck Daddy
Can the goal scorer find his touch again?

Capitals GM McPhee: New coach likely after draft, NHL experience not necessary | Puck Daddy
Get your application in quickly!

David Quinn Named Assistant Coach - Mile High Hockey
The coaching market continues to percolate...

Habs To Hire Gallant and Sign Steve Quailer. - Habs Eyes On The Prize
You can't make poutine without Spuds, right?

Is Craig MacTavish the Edmonton Oilers’ G.M. In Waiting? | Edmonton Journal
There are a lot of Oilers fans who sure hope so.

Tampa Bay Lightning moves its AHL affiliation to Syracuse from Norfolk - Lightning Strikes | Tampa Bay Times