Brodeur willing to wait; LaRose interested in comeback; rink to honor Odjick (Puck Headlines)

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• Christian Ehrhoff was very, very happy to see Germany win the World Cup on Sunday.

• According to his agent, Martin Brodeur is willing to wait until after the 2014-15 season begins to land a job. [Fire & Ice]

• Meanwhile, the New Jersey Devils open their prospect camp this week with three Brodeurs involved. None are named Martin. [Star-Ledger]

• The New York Rangers trading Rick Nash? Not a chance. [New York Post

• David Moss was heading to the Swiss league last week, but then the Phoenix Coyotes came in and signed him for next season. [Coyotes]

• Chad LaRose sat out last season after not exactly leaving the Carolina Hurricanes on good terms. He’s now expressed interest in returning and general manager Ron Francis is open to the idea. [News Observer]

• Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis on his new head coach and general manager: “With the players that we signed, the players that we draft, you have to be in total sync. So far, so good on that. I think that’s a good move in a positive direction to have the organization all signing from the same songbook.” [Washington Post]

• On July 19, the town of Maniwaki will rename their local arena the Gino Odjick Sports Centre, in honor of the ailing former NHLer. [Province

• With the extensions of Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews kicking in next summer, is 2014-15 the last season for Marian Hossa in Chicago? [Blackhawk Up

• It looks like the Nashville Predators are moving away from using Gary Glitter as a goal song. Good move, Perds. [Section 303]

• Steven Stamkos favorited a Tweet about a Toronto boy coming home to play for the Maple Leafs and that got fans all in a tizzy about him potentially joining the team in a few years. [The Leafs Nation]

• Comparing the aesthetics of hockey and soccer jerseys. [Hockey by Design

• Why Ales Hemsky could flourish with a fresh start in Dallas. [Defending Big D]

• The contract situation for Los Angeles Kings prospect Nicolai Prokhorkin gets an update, one that will likely keep him in the KHL this season. [Mayor’s Manor]

• Finally, speaking of all those Brodeurs, here’s William scoring on Anthony:


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