Found November 29, 2011 on Puck Daddy:
Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Via our friend Nate Beeler of the Washington Examiner, and ouch. • Dale Hunter's immediate focus for the Washington Capitals? Changing up the power play system: "Every coach has different systems and I changed my systems a bit from Bruce's…Forecheck, neutral zone, d-zone, basically the whole ice, I guess. I'm not trying to change too much right now it's pretty quick to get everybody on a different page here right now, but I definitely changed a few things." [Capitals Insider] • The Carolina Hurricanes snag Andreas Nodl off waivers from the Philadelphia Flyers. This a good thing for their penalty kill. [CSN Philly] • The latest NHL All-Star voting results show that only Penguins, Bruins and fans in Ontario apparently know it's happening. At forward: Phil Kessel, 258,446; Daniel A...
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