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Bust out your cologne gentlemen, Elisa Cuthbert is single. She broke up with Rangers forward Sean Avery who was spotted hitting on Paris Hilton.
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Things never seem to be boring in Russia. According to one of those all-so-reliable Russian news sources, Capitals winger Alexander Ovechkin broke the jaw of Gennady Ushakov, who is the agent for Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin. Ovechkin plans to take on Ari Gold next.
The Penguins unveiled some new designs for the new arena.
Sidney Crosby will now be using a Reebok stick after his deal Sher-Wood expired.
Penguins tough guy Georges Laraque and Flames winger Jarome Iginla weigh in on Michael Vick's problems.
Someone went ahead and created the Ice Bowl Blog for the outdoors game between the Penguins and Sabres on Jan. 1. Information for several Buffalo hotels is listed. (Kudos to The Pensblog for spotting this blog.)
When they're not terrorizing Minnesota motorists in a drunken stupor, the Staal brothers and some other NHLers have been getting ready for next season at a summer camp of sorts in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Former Penguins goaltender Jean-Sebastien Aubin signs with the Kings.
The Capitals re-sign rugged defenseman John Erskine.
Winger Chris Kunitz, one of the Ducks' key players the last two seasons, signs an extension with the Stanley Cup champions.
Blue-liner Brett Clark signs an extension with the Avalanche.
The Coyoted re-signed defenseman Keith Ballard.
An offseason that has seen a lot of NHL players bolt for Europe, sees another jump across the pond. Flames defenseman Mark Giordano will play in Russia next season.
Former Red Wings and Bruins head coach Dave Lewis was hired by the Kings as an assistant coach.
The Canucks unveiled their new jerseys. By the new Reebok reign of terror standards, these aren't bad, but the "VANCOUVER" that is scrolled across the top is pretty tacky. It looks like something we did with some stray felt we had laying around the house.
We're not crazy about the "Orca" whale returning as the primary logo either. Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment owns the Canucks and General Motors Place, home of the Canucks. And the "whale" logo is basically a bit of free corporate advertising for them. Imagine if Mellon owned the Penguins ouright and the Penguins had their logo or a picture of Andrew W. Mellon on their jerseys. Yes, it's that lame.
Free agent forward Pierre Turgeon was inducted into the Little League Hall of Fame. He is still undecided on retirement.
Goal judges will be getting moved up into the sky in Philadelphia.
Finally, just when we thought we were the biggest hockey geeks around, someone goes and tops us. Big time. Introducing the History of NHL Trades Blog. Just about every trade, signing, retirement, or any sort of transaction in the NHL going back until 1960 is listed on this little piece of geekdom. Everything from the Ron Francis-Ulf Samulesson trade on March 4, 1991 to the Denis Herron signing on Aug. 7, 1976 is accounted for. We suspect the operator of this blog is a lot like us; single.
First Published August 29, 2007 3:32 pm