News From The World of Hockey: May 14, 2008

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News From The World of Hockey: May 14, 2008

Wayne Gretzky denies rumors about joining the Toronto Maple Leafs.

With that said, maybe Colin Campbell will be their choice.

The Penguins are one win away from going to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Don Cherry's remarks trigger controversy. I guess the U.S. wasn’t ready for him after all.

Take a look at this website devoted to the NHL 2008 entry draft.

Does the NHL need a ‘verification line’ to eliminate inconclusive goal rulings? Hey, after a glowing puck, why not this?

Mark Bell won’t do hard time, but hard work all summer long in San Jose as part of his sentencing agreement.

The Montreal Canadiens sign forward Ryan White on a three-year contract.

The Nashville Predators and forward Martin Erat agree to a seven-year $31.5 million contract. Isn’t that a little too much for him?

The St. Louis Blues sign forwards Lars Eller and T.J. Oshie.

Sidney Crosby is still questioning the no-goal call during the first period of Game 2. Stop whining and get over it!

Read about some of the moments that changed the NHL.

Who’s the next coach to be out of a job? Remember it's “Survivor: NHL Coach Edition…”

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