News hasn’t exactly been wild the past couple of days. Here’s what’s been making news the past little while in the NHL:
- Patrice Brisebois has stepped down from his player development role in the Canadiens front office, for personal reasons
- Montreal Canadiens prospect Tim Bozon is returning to hockey, after his battle with a severe form of meningitis
- Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby avoids the knife. He will not have surgery on his wrist injury.
- The Buffalo Sabres have re-upped with F Tyler Ennis. His deal is worth $23M over 5 years
- Calgary Flames goaltender, Jonas Hiller has undergone a minor procedure after he had an appendicitis while in Switzerland
- The Florida Panthers have re-signed Dmitry Kulikov to a 3-year, $13M deal
- The San Jose Sharks have re-signed D Jason Demers to a 2-year, $6.8M deal
- The Toronto Maple Leafs have made the Forbes 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams. They check in at 26 on the list, with a value of US$1.15 billion according to Forbes
- Notable remaining UFAs: Martin Brodeur, Michael Del Zotto, Daniel Alfredsson, Dustin Penner, Lee Stempniak, Ray Whitney, Daniel Winnik, Andre Benoit, Devin Setoguchi, David Booth, Jamie McBain, Derek Morris, Michal Handzus, Ryan Smyth
So because it’s a slow news day, we show you this.
The Dallas Stars’ Tyler Seguin hosted a charity golf tournament at Nobleton Lakes Golf Club yesterday, about an hour away from Toronto. Hockey players are never known to take the easy and boring route. Seguin proves it here: