Blog Watch: Quick Hits for Your Friday Hockey Reading

Good afternoon folks and welcome to another edition of “Blog Watch: Quick Hits”. It’s certainly been an interesting week in the sporting world but seriously, who cares about the NBA?

With not caring about the NBA in mind, here are some hockey blogs to check out to get you through the last day of the work week:

Puck DaddySean Leahy provides a good luck at Jay Feasterm the new assistant GM for the Calgary Flames.

Rangers Tribune: The Blueshirts have re-signed defenseman Dan Girardi. What’s on tap for GM Glen Sather?

The Puck Stops Here (via) Kukla’s Korner: Talking about the top 20 Corsi ratings in the NHL. If you have no idea what that is, this blog would be a good place to check out. 

Kukla’s Korner: Paul is looking for more bloggers to join his kingdom.

The Strangest One of All: Scotty Wazz talks about the Bridgeport Sound Tigers’ identity project.

Puck Update – The Hockey BlogWhy Nikolai Zherdev would be an unecessary risk for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Hockey or Die: Jonathan Willis talks about what happened in the Islanders’ front office yesterday. 

From the Rink: Discussing what to do about the NHL All-Star weekend in Carolina next season.

RLD Hockey: How would Dominik Hasek play if he ever decided to return to the NHL?

The Hockey Program: Is there a day that goes by where Rangers’ GM Glen Sather is not made fun of?

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