Six-time NHL All-Star Vadnais passes away at 68
Carol Vadnais, a veteran of 17 NHL seasons, has died at the age of 68. A Montreal native, Vadnais played more than 1,000 career games with the Montreal Canadiens, Oakland/California (Golden) Seals, Boston Bruins, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils. He was selected to six NHL All-Star Games between 1969 and 1978. Full Story.(Photo: IIHF-HHOF/Images On Ice)
Still In The Works
NHL expansion is likely coming in the near future, though the league hasn't committed to any official plan just yet. For more than a year, commissioner Gary Bettman has said the NHL is listening when approached by cities interested in acquiring a team even though there's no formal expansion process underway. Amid reports this week indicating solid plans are in place, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said there's "nothing new to report on this subject." Full Story.
Lawyers for Todd Bertuzzi and Steve Moore are negotiating terms of a confidentiality agreement, a week after Bertuzzi's legal representative said the two sides reached a settlement. Since lawyer Geoff Adair confirmed a week ago to TSN that a settlement was reached, avoiding a trial that would have been a public relations disaster for the NHL, Moore's lawyer Tim Danson has declined to comment on the case, raising questions about whether Adair spoke too soon. Full Story.
With news that president and CEO Tim Leiweke will leave the company next summer, sources close to the MLSE board say it's already possible to compile a list of potential successors. More...
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-  P.K. Subban, Montreal
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