BizNasty talks future; black and neon green All-Star jerseys?; Lucic fights 'round the world (Puck Headlines)

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• The Stanley Cup: just like you and I! [@keeperofthecup]

• Taking a look at the best and worst free agent signings over the last 10 years. [Grantland]

Paul Bissonnette talks about leaving the Arizona Coyotes and his uncertain future. [Fox Sports Arizona]

• Derek Roy has become the latest NHL player to follow the training methods of Gary Roberts. [Tennessean]

• The Reebok fall catalog hints that the 2015 NHL All-Star jerseys could have some black and neon green in them. [Icethetics

Mikhail Grigorenko on his struggles at the NHL level last season: “From past experiences, I kind of realized it was probably no one’s fault but mine I didn’t stay in the NHL.” [Olean Times]

• During tonight’s ESPY’s awards, Team USA and San Antonio Rampage sledge hockey player Josh Sweeney will be awarded with the inaugural Pat Tillman Award for Service. [Team USA]

Casey Cizikas and Calvin de Haan re-sign with the New York Islanders. [Islanders Point Blank

Paul Ranger has decided to move across the pond and ink a two-year deal to play in Switzerland. [Raw Charge]

• The Maple Leafs weren’t busy this summer, so they’re banking on the guys they already have to kickstart the turnaround. [Globe and Mail]

• Tom Renney talks about the challenges of running Hockey Canada as its new president. [Buzzing the Net]

• Madison Bowey had a pretty sweet between-the-legs, no-look pass during Washington Capitals prospect camp. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

• Go to a minor league baseball game, bring home a hockey jersey. [Sporting News]

• Want to snag some Winter Classic tickets off the secondary market? Better wait until closer to New Year's. [Brooks Laichyear]

• What would it take for a LeBron James/coming home type situation to happen in the NHL? [SenShot

• Play fantasy hockey? Use plus-minus as a stat category? Then stay away from these guys. [Dobber Hockey]

• NBC's Al Michaels on the Stanley Cup Playoffs: "My (L.A.) Kings have won the Stanley Cup twice in the past three years," he says. Michaels added he watched every Kings game in their march to the Cup "and felt like I got hit by a car after every one of them. I told (NHL Commissioner) Gary Bettman, this is the only sport where, at the end of the game, the fans are more exhausted than the players. So, to me, keep doing what you're doing with hockey." [ via CP]

• Finally, via Days of Y’Orr, here’s Milan Lucic fighting around the world: 


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