SBN Hockey Blog Round-up


Some great news for SBN Hockey this week.  For starters, we have new life on Second City Hockey, the SBN blog devoted to the Chicago Blackhawks.  If you're not a member of SCH then please shoot over there and (re)welcome our newest hockey blog.  In addition to Winging it in Motown we now have both teams for the 2009 outdoor game represented on SBN.

Fear the Fin, a San Jose Sharks blog, also brought a new writer on board from We Bleed Teal.

The Islanders have an arena plan in the works and Gary Bettman is urging for approval.  Dominik from Lighthouse Hockey gives his two cents.

James Mirtle posted a story up on From the Rink about an ailing goaltender who was recently diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.  In one of those feel-good stories of the year, his team nominated to put him in net the other night and the fans applauded with a standing ovation.

If you want to know more from our friends at the Toronto Maple Leafs blog, Pension Plan Puppets, then Christy from Winging it in Motown provides some quick Q&A to get you in-the-know. 

Recap of the Sabres' loss to the...oh right, Pens, is up on Die by the Blade.  Be gentle.

Joe Sakic is out for the Avalanche, which for Pens fans probably doesn't mean much.  But for a Pens fan in a fantasy hockey league it can mean a lot.  Thanks Mile High Hockey.  Thanks a lot.

The Pens take on the Wild tomorrow night, so if you want to get a feel for what's going on around the Minnesota camp be sure to check out Hockey Wilderness.

And I've been sworn to secrecy, but there are many more SBN hockey blogs on the way.  Hopefully by next week I can share a few with you.

[EDIT] Well that was fast.  Please welcome our newest SBN hockey Blog, In Lou We Trust, dedicated to the New Jersey Devils.  Stop by, take a look around and remind John that he can tally a loss in advance for his team's November 29 game (against Pens ;-)).

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