Found November 22, 2011 on PredsOnTheGlass:

  1. Brian Mullen has notes from this morning's pre-skate at the Bridgestone Arena.
  2. Smashville 24/7 has Jon Blum's preview of tonight's game.
  3. Paul McCann beats on his favorite whipping boy, Phil Williams. I agree with Paul, the guy is worthless.
  4. Dirk Hoag mines a nugget from the Globe and Mail that indicates that Matthew Lombardi may require surgery for the upper body injury that he suffered in the game against the Predators last Thursday. Dirk also noted that Niclas Bergfors was placed on waivers by the Preds this morning. Jonathan Willis, of the Edmonton Journal, ponders whether the Oilers should make a claims for Bergfors.
  5. Michael Finazzo takes a look at the next stretch of games for the Predators.
  6. Admirals' Roundtable explains why Sunday's win over San Antonio was the most important one of the season.

I had no idea when I purchased a new Lenovo laptop that I was contributing to the overthrow of the world by the Chinese computer maker.

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