• Ken Campbell on NHL violence, again: “It’s very clear to these eyes that the department of player safety has become hockey’s most prominent contradiction of terms – right up there with army intelligence and jumbo shrimp. And no five-game suspension to Patrick Kaleta is going to do a thing to change that.” [THN]
• “Goalie Jose Theodore may have played his last game for the Florida Panthers. Theodore will be out for 5-6 weeks with a torn groin, agent Don Meehan told the Sun Sentinel on Monday.” [Sun Sentinel]
• The Detroit Red Wings are encouraging their fans to wear pink to the rink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Which is cool, but wouldn't it be more of a statement if they wore pink for a game? [Malik]
• Finally, it’s Barry Melrose and his power ranking for most surprising young players. Sam Gagner?
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