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Links From Around the World of Hockey
At 20, Predators prospect Vladislav Kamenev shows maturity beyond years | The Tennessean
He's done great so far but patience is a virtue.
Who To Watch For: Preds Rookie Tournament Preview | Nashville Predators
Some great interviews here.
Puck Daddy’s 2016-17 NHL Preview: Buffalo Sabres | Yahoo Sports
Buffalo's easy to take an interest in simply because they are so young and talented.
Gary Bettman vs. NHL salary cap sites | Yahoo Sports
General Fanager has done a fantastic job.
The revived World Cup of Hockey could give the NHL leverage over the Olympics | LA Times
If the World Cup of Hockey took all of the non-traditional teams it might. You still can't top the aura of the Olympics.
NHL not alone in making parents purchase tickets for infants | CBC News
The NHL has been under scrutiny for not allowing a pair of Winnipeg parents to bring their six-month-old son to next month's Heritage Classic without his own ticket, but it's not the only organization that has the same requirement.
Blake Wheeler doesn't want ads 'tarnishing' NHL jerseys | Yahoo
I don't really care either way... Hockey's hockey.
Sobotka still having ‘issues’ with return to NHL | ProHockeyTalk
The NHL can't complain about the KHL taking their players if they do the same thing.
Ovechkin still plans to play in the Olympics even if the NHL doesn't participate | Puck Drunk Love
Alex Ovechkin still wants to play in the 2018 Winter Olympics for Russia. But if the NHL doesn't send their players, Alex will have a choice to make according to the CBA.
Unsigned NHL players at World Cup of Hockey assume risks | Newsday
Hard to believe Gaudreau and Kucherov are still unsigned at this point.
Eight teams ready for Traverse City tournament | Nhl.com
Travis City is always a very solid tournament. There are definitely a good amount of players to come through there.
World Cup of Hockey Power Rankings: Swedes in the top spot
Sweden may have the best defense but Canada's got the best offense and goaltending.