News From The World of Hockey: May 12, 2008

Daniel ArouchianSenior Analyst IMay 11, 2008

UPDATE : According to  Bernie Lincicome  Patrick Roy isn't fit to coach the Avalanche.

Boston Bruins interested in Hossa? It will be a fight for his services.

It’s official: Wade Redden and the Ottawa Senators part ways.

Rumors about Don Waddell are false. Hey at least it gave us something other than Toronto to focus on.

Fines for Game 2 antics between Ribeiro, Osgood and Ott, but no suspensions. Has Campbell not learned from the Pronger suspension?

Braydon Coburn injured during Game 2 between Flyers and Penguins.

Jason Herter blames himself for not playing in the NHL.

The city of Quebec hasn’t lost the passion for hockey. Mr. Bettman, are you paying attention?

Penguins lead the series 2-0. Suppose the fans are preparing the brooms…

What are the off-season plans for the Maple Leafs? Here go the Sundin rumours again…

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