Found June 13, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
When former Red Wings forward Sergei Fedorov took the reins as the general manager of CSKA Moscow last summer, the plan was to get Fedorov into the uniform of his first professional hockey team for at least a game or two so that the 43-year-old could bid farewell to the game on the ice... But the NHL lockout changed that, and as CSKA's shaking up its coaching and management staffs by essentially firing everybody, Sport-Express reports that the now Rosneft-sponsored team (Rosneft is one of the biggest natural gas companies in the world, though it's a wee bit behind the KHL's main sponsor and KHL president Alexander Medvedev's employer, Gazprom Export)... Continue reading "For now, it’s a rumor, but Sergei Fedorov *could* lace up his skates for CSKA Moscow one last time"

NHLPA Twitter account thanks Washington Capitals owner for following them

@TedLeonsis thanks for the follow. What a difference a year makes. — NHLPA (@NHLPA) June 13, 2013 A year ago things looked pretty dire for the NHL.  Hell, even six months ago there were serious questions about whether or not there was going to be a season.  The NHLPA gained a follow from Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and thanked him publicly...

Lethbridge Hurricanes Change Logo

The WHL's Lethbridge Hurricanes unveiled their new logo on Thursday, several months after it was reported that the NHL and Washington Capitals insisted that the club must change it due to similarities with the Caps' logo.
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