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Another NHL concussion lawsuit; Olympic roller hockey; Loiselle to lead Player Safety? (Puck Headlines)

Sean Leahy
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• Buffalo never forgets. Ever.

• Speaking of the “No Goal,” Brett Hull turns 50 this week. Any advice for him, Wayne Gretzky? “Brett doesn’t take advice too kindly. I know when to leave him alone and this is probably one of those cases that I leave it be.” [Post-Dispatch]

• Another day, another concussion-related lawsuit against the NHL. This one is led by Chris Ferraro and Dan Fritsche. [TSN]

Paul Bissonnette is still looking for a new place to call home. Could it be Washington? The Capitals reportedly have interest in the enforcer. [Washington Post]  

• Did you know that roller hockey was an Olympic sport in 1992? It’s true. It was a demonstration sport with Argentina taking home the gold. [Sports on Earth]

• Breaking down the options for Mike Green’s future. [Japers’ Rink]

• Rumors persist that Blue Jackets first rounder Sonny Milano is going to head to the OHL. He says he’s still committed to Boston College. [Buzzing the Net

• Marc Staal would like to get a long-term deal done with the New York Rangers before the start of training camp. Also, Larry Brooks reports that Claude Loiselle looks to be the man to head the Department of Player Safety beginning next season. [NY Post]

• What’s the fantasy spin on Jake Allen potentially taking over the no. 1 job in St. Louis? [Dobber Hockey]

• A couple of bored junior hockey players used their time off to recreate famous movie posters, like Wayne’s World. [Post Game]

• Looking for a treasure trove of face-off stats? Check out Craig Tabita’s new site. [Faceoffs.net]

• Outside of John Tavares, the New York Islanders have a team full of leaders. [The Hockey Writers]

• Chris Mason is taking his talents to Germany this season and his new mask features Iron Maiden’s Eddie the Head and a backplate drawn by his oldest daughter. [In Goal Mag

• Finally, the now-richer P.K. Subban joins the Genie Bouchard army:

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