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On Saturday's edition of The Hotstove Tonight, the CBC's Elliotte Friedman, Glenn Healy, Kevin Weekes, P.J. Stock and Ron MacLean discussed the incredibly high likelihood of the NHL participating in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia--though details of the NHL-IIHF-IOC partnership are still being worked out... And the gents also discussed some of the both recently signed and soon-to-be-signed NCAA free agents and draft picks who participated in the Frozen Four, Jean-Sebastien Giguere's rant about his Avalanche teammates, and the NHL debuts of two Swedish top prospects in Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg tomorrow vs. Detroit and Boston Bruins forward Carl Soderberg. Most importantly, Friedman says that the rumors about the NHL having talked to the Maloof family about moving a team to Las Vegas or expanding there are plain old false, with the NHL having not spoken to the Maloofs in over five years. Continue reading "Hotstove Tonight crew discusses Olym...
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