Sunday, August 27, 2006

Hockey News - August 27, 2006

Hitchcock pleased with Primeau: Most hockey pundits have closed the book on Keith Primeau's career, but Flyers' coach Ken Hitchcock is not one of them. Hitchcock is also tired of the Gagne trade rumours, which gain new life each day.

Traded stars on ice: For a brief moment the Florida Panthers must have thought they'd won the player lottery as both Todd Bertuzzi and Roberto Luongo worked out together on the ice in Florida....

Leafs to invite only the elite: The Maple Leafs aren't going to bother with the fringe players this year at training camp, preferring to go with players that have an actual shot at making the team....

1 comment:

chris said...

I probably one of the many that complained about crosby not getting the rookie of the year award. Well i think its crazy that ovechkin won!! I mean he is a great player, but he already played a year of pro in russia! just like sergei makarov won it in the 80's, he did not deserve it! The bottom line is this, if you can give it to ovechkin, than wayne gretzky deserves it since he played one year in the W.H.L.! Cant have it both ways, either Gretzky gets it or crosby gets it,,nuff said. chris