After a slow weekend, Bruins Daily is back with your daily links. Here’s a look at the best hockey links from the world wide web for Monday, July 30th, 2012.
In his day with the Cup, Dustin Brown takes Stanley Grocery shopping (photo courtesy of Lord Stanely Cup’s Facebook page).
Kevin Allen of USA Today breaks down the top issues remaining in the 2012 offseason.
It looks like Seattle is the “best market in the United States that does not have a hockey team” according to Don Levin, the owner of the AHL Chicago Wolves, who is willing to invest $100 million in brining a hockey team to the Pacific Northwest. (Mike Halford/Pro Hockey Talk).
Potential owner Greg Jamison is $20 million short of purchasing the Coyotes, which adds yet another uncertainty to their future in Phoenix. (Mike Sunnucks/Phoenix Business Journal)
Here’s an early look at the Dallas Stars’ roster for the 2012-13 season via Tim McQuade of The Hockey Writers.
Apparently, Tim Thomas spent eight hours in a cab with a lesbian when filming his ad for Discover. Ironic, eh? (Harrison Mooney/Puck Daddy).
With EA Sports’ announcement of GM Connected for NHL 13 last week, our friends from Days of Y’Orr are looking for players for their GM League for the XBOX 360.
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