Good morning, Bolts Nation! Welcome to today’s edition of Back of the Net where we bring you all the latest and greatest news and updates from not just here in the Bolts Nation, but around the entire world of hockey.
There has been plenty of action in the NHL today. A member of the Tampa Bay Lightning has become part owner of a team, and a former Lightning player has been suspended by the league for performance enhancing drugs. If nothing else, good or bad, there is never a dull moment in the Bolts Nation.
Let’s take a look at what is going on around the National Hockey League today.
Eric Brewer Becomes Part Owner of the Prince George Cougars (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Bolts Shuffling a Stacked Deck of Goalies (NHL Shout)
World Championships Game Day: Day Seven (Bolt Prospects)
Buffalo Sabres forward Zenon Konopka suspended 20 games (FanSided)
Fennelly: Marty St. Louis carries Rangers with heavy heart (TBO.com)
World Championships: Girgensons Scores as Latvia Defeats USA (Sabre Noise)
“The Crunch” wins White House News Photography contest (Syracuse Crunch)
Report: Beau Bennett to Have Surgery on Hand/Wrist, Again (Pen’s Labyrinth)
2014 draft position improves with New York Rangers playoff advancement (Raw Charge)
Bruins’ Milan Lucic Under Fire For “Threatening” Canadiens Players: Video (Blackhawk Up)