Out of Town Notebook: The Four Worst Moves an NHL GM Can Make

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  • http://www.hockeygearhq.com/ Dirk Hoag

    I like the idea of having an All-Star game at the start of the season. If you make it early in the pre-season, it wouldn’t even interfere much with training camp, since many veterans don’t participate in those games anyway.

  • http://twitter.com/denmancinemas DENMAN CINEMAS

    I just feel the Winter Classic and All-Start game are practically on top of each other. And if the NHL is truly following the NHL’s marketing lead (aka trying to market teams and events over individual players), than this creates a nice launch event for the start of the year.

  • http://twitter.com/tomwakefield88 Tom Wakefield

    It seems i logged in with a different Twitter profile than the one i wanted to use here. Anyways, the comment from the cinema above is me ;).

  • Kiltimar

    Let’s all give Alex Radulov the benefit of the doubt here
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    If you watch the video closely, Radulov is actually trying to smack the bench, not the coach. He raises his hand ever so briefly in an apologetic gesture right after he swings the stick. It was reckless, but it wasn’t an assault. 

  • http://twitter.com/tomwakefield88 Tom Wakefield

    Kiltimar – does that make it any better though, really? Are we really giving a shoulder shrug “ok” to a player that, in a fit of anger, feels the need to slam/swing his stick? That’s an action beneath a professional.

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