Sunday's Dump & Chase: Remember Your Dog
If you have a four-legged best friend, chance are he/she didn't have a great night on Saturday. No worries, he/she still loves you. But if you want to provide your dog with some bacon and put a video of it up on Instagram, please share.
Nashville Predators News
Predators Sign Cody Bass to One-Year Contract | Nashville Predators - News
Predators confident bolstered roster can compete | Tennessean.com
Truth be told, I think we would prefer if they did more than just "complete". Right?
Video: The fall of ex-Canuck prospect Cody Hodgson | The Province
Canucks fans are still bitter about the Zack Kassian trade, but they feel better after his dismal season in Buffalo last year.
Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey
Are the Sabres now a playoff team? | TSN
The playoffs haven't started yet, dummies.
Armstrong content with Blues' changes | STL Today
I'm pretty content with them too. If they could move Alex Pietrangelo for a goaltender on an expiring contract, that would be great.
Minnesota's Continuity Contrasts St. Louis' Changes | Hockey Wilderness
No worries guys, we'll just be over here if you need us. No big deal.
Fluto Shinzawa | Sunday Hockey Notes: Threat of offer sheets helped send Dougie Hamilton and Brandon Saad elsewhere | The Boston Globe
This may be the best link you click on today.
Oilers' Leon Draisaitl feels ready to tackle NHL dream again, even if it's on the wing | Edmonton Sun
Perfect. He moves to wing, doesn't put up worthy numbers, and DP gets him for Magn.... CRAP. THAT TRADE STILL SUCKS.
Why Rangers face a costly decision with Derek Stepan | New York Post
Yeah, he's about to get paid.
Putting pen to paper: Wild re-sign Dubnyk | ProHockeyTalk
Six years, $26 million. That's actually a good contract in terms of money. Length? Eh...
Size matters, just not for Maple Leafs | Simmons | Hockey | Sports | Toronto Sun
You can look to that article as the genesis for a new generation of complaints against the Leafs.
Fighting to Fight | The Players' Tribune
Minor League sports stories are fascinating.