News From The World of Hockey: May 9, 2008

Daniel ArouchianSenior Analyst IMay 8, 2008

Breaking News: The Colorado Avalanche and Joel Quenneville part ways.

Michel Therrien doesn't need to pass a job interview.

Tampa Bay's Jeff Halpern injured at World Championship.

Fabian Brunnstrom signs with Dallas. Gee I wonder why he didn't sign with Montreal?

Want to learn about the secret of the Dallas Stars?

Is Jacques Lemaire calling it quits?

Lots of questions about the timing of Paul Maurice's firing.

A little history: Bill Barilko's Stanley Cup winning goal.

Espn.com made a mistake here. This is not Jaroslav Halak's picture. note:Espn.com might have corrected the mistake by the time you read this.

Maple Leafs can't have talks with Doug Wilson.

Michel Therrien-John Stevens: Round 1 tonight.

Kimmo Timonen out for the remainder of the playoffs

Rob Ray suing NHLPA yet again.

Panthers sign Keaton Ellerby, their first round pick of 2007.

The Joe Louis Arena is not a good place for Marty Turco.

 

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