Hockey Reporter, USA Today
Hockey writer for USA TODAY since 1986.
usatoday.com — Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews views his goal-scoring drought as an aberration and not a true indication of how he is playing. "I'm not going to let it get the best of me," he said. "I know I'm doing good things. I'm very confident that it's going to come."
usatoday.com — Coach Phil Housley runs practice at the USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo last fall. (Photo: Bruce Bennett, Getty Images) The Nashville Predators might be looking to add more flash to the team's defensive corps when they announced on Tuesday that they had hired U.S. hockey legend Phil Housley as an assistant coach.
usatoday.com — Drew Miller celebrates his second-period goal at the Detroit Red Wings' bench. He and Gustav Nyquist scored 31 seconds apart. (Photo: Gregory Shamus, Getty Images) DETROIT - The Chicago Blackhawks can still stop the Detroit Red Wings on the power play, but suddenly can't handle them at full strength.
denverpost.com — Patrick Roy will be the next coach of the Avalanche, according to Roy's brother, Stephane. "They're discussing the final details of an arrangement. Colorado is going to be very happy. Patrick is looking for a new challenge," said Stephane Roy, the younger brother of his famous sibling.
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