Apr 11, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop (30) makes a save against the Pittsburgh Penguins during the first period at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Back of the Net: Bolts By The Bay 8/25/13


Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to tonight’s edition of Back of the Net where we take you through all the latest and greatest news and updates from in and around the Bolts Nation, and the world of hockey.

Hopefully, the weekend has treated you well.

I know I say this every day, but is it ever really enough? With another day off the calendar, we are another day closer to the start of hockey season! We are now just 40 days from the excitement of Tampa Bay Lightning hockey! That’s right ladies and gentlemen; we are just a Ben Bishop (30) and a Mike Angelidis (10) away from the first puck of the season.

So, as usual, it is time to get down to business. Sit back and relax as we take you through all the latest updates, news, and rumors from not just around the Bolts Nation, but the great, wide world of hockey.

Season Retrospective: Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay Lightning)

The Most Clutch Player on Every NHL Team (Bleacher Report)

Canada starts Olympic process with plan for big ice (NHL.com)

The Stanley Cup Summer, Jonathan Toews (Blackhawk Up)

Jagr Will Wrap Up Career As A Devil (Causeway Crowd)

Andrew MacDonald: An Islander Going Forward? (Eyes on Isles)

On Derek Stepan And His Future Contract (Blue Line Station)

Montreal Canadiens Carey Price And P.K. Subban Off To Canada Olympic Camp (A Winning Habit)

Predicting The Unpredictable: Colorado Avalanche’s 2013-2014 Forward Lineup (Mile High Sticking)

Former Maple Leafs GM Burke: ‘Russia should not be awarded another international competition’ (Pro Hockey Talk)

 

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