Found March 13, 2012 on The Pensblog:
(Avalanche rookie Gabriel Landeskog scored the game winner last night in OT vs. the Ducks) The pieces are in place for Alexander Radulov to return to the Nashville Predators.  [NHL]  This is a pretty significant move for the Predators if he decides to join them.  NHL GMs don't think there is much more they can do to limit concussions.  Only three percent of concussions have caused by fighting this season.  [Yahoo]   The  GMs moved forward and recommended Hybrid Icing to the competition committee.  The committee will vote on it in June.  St. Louis signed former first round pick Jaden Schwartz to an entry level deal.  He will be in the lineup tonight against the Blackhawks.  [TSN] Sean Avery may retire or not, who cares.  [ESPN] Panthers enforcer Krys Barch sounded off about concussions.  [PHT]   Gif of the day:
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