Rumors persist that Andrej Meszaros is considering a move to the KHL. The Sens have been hesitant to give him the money he is after.
The Boston Globe is reporting on some changes to goaltending equipment that is to come, based on the "Goalie Equipment Working Group" decision: The group concluded that the knee pad could be limited to 2 1/2 inches in length without compromising goalie safety. With less blocking area low, skaters have a better chance of scoring five-hole. The clavicle protector, previously allowed to be 7 inches long, will become smaller.
Thermablade – the skates that have heated blades – will now be tested by 100 NHLers. Nashville forward Martin Erat, who wore the previous model last season, said he had better speed coming out of corners.
Martin Hanzal has begun light rehab, returning from back surgery. He will be ready by the time the season begins, but they would not say he would be ready in time for camp.
Patrick Roy's son has been charged with assault for this incident:
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