Dallas Stars: Defending Big D says the Ducks are the Stars' biggest rival because unlike San Jose, Anaheim has won a Cup. Newsflash, guys, that's not how rivalries work, and everyone hates the Duckshttp://www.defendingbigd.com/2010/7/25/1586731/dbd-list-o-matic-the-5-most-hated#storyjump
HE'S BACK: Ilya Kovalchuk signs with the Devils. Press conference scheduled for Tuesday at the Rock.http://twitter.com/NHLDevils/status/18925088751
If Saku doesn't continue in Anaheim, then I won't come back either. At the moment these go hand in hand. Couple years ago after Andy McDonald was traded I didn't have good center and I didn't enjoy the game. That's why it's vital for me that Saku continues. - Selännehttp://www.mtv3.fi/urheilu/jaakiekko/uutiset.shtml/arkistot/jaakiekko/2010/07/1150857
One of the more revealing quotes comes from former Ducks and current Toronto goaltending consultant Francois Allaire regarding Vesa Toskala, who came to the Ducks with Jason Blake for Giguere. "Vesa is not a guy who likes to build relations with coaches," Allaire told the Star. "He preferred to be by himself. To do that, to say, `I’m okay by myself, I know what to do,’ you have to be really good in this league in 2010.
Look what ESPN had to say about the sharks they have the sharks ranked 2nd on there rankings but they said this as a comment muahahahaha: These are regular-season rankings, not playoff rankings, which explains why the Sharks are here and not in the trash bin. just had to post for plank and his hooligans
For a team that has gone 44 years without a championship, the Los Angeles Kings are a fascinating study on so many levels. In their history, they've made just one trip to the Stanley Cup final (1993) and may have even won the thing if Marty McSorley hadn't been caught using an illegal stick, right at the point that they were about to take a 2-0 lead, on the road, against the Montreal Canadiens. It's been mostly downhill for the 15 seasons since – 11 years out of the playoffs, three first-round exits, plus one memorable upset win over a 111-point Detroit Red Wings in 2001, with coach Andy Murray behind the bench.Kings making their move - Globe and Mail
"For my puckhead friends..my nhl sources say the los angeles kings are shopping jack johnson hard as a result of signing Rob Scuderi today. Boston? Ottawa? Anaheim? stay tuned"ESPN's John Buccigross gives the scoop via his personal (and completely legitimate) Facebook account. You'd need to already be Buccigross' friend on Facebook I think to see this, but I can tell you it's there, and he's saying it...