That's about it for another week. Feel free to check out the latest comments here over the weekend, and add your own opinions. We'll have a new question for you on Monday.
Welcome aboard, Jean-Sebastien Aubin. The young-yet-experienced goalie was signed yesterday by the Maple Leafs to push Mikael Tellqvist for the Ringo role to Ed Belfour's rest of the Beatles. We're thinking Leaf fans hope Belfour's back holds up and the Buds have to rely on neither this year.
And if you're wondering what this whole OLN thing is about, well, hockey fans in Canada are well taken care of (CBC lockout pending), but in the U.S. they're doing the math, while diehard fans have some questions.
Around the horn:
The Devils are preparing to play without Scott Stevens this year.
In Washington, they'd like to have Peter Bondra back, but it's up to the scorer to decide.
Curtis Joseph is looking forward to being a desert dog for a couple of reasons:
The Boston Bruins would like to add some depth to their blue line and could use slick winger Sergei Samsonov or P.J. Axelsson as trade bait.
Tampa Bay continues the negotiation "process" with firecracker Martin St. Louis, but could lose him after this season.
A sign it's time to move on from the Todd Bertuzzi-Steve Moore incident?
"I wish (Bertuzzi) could be playing in Colorado with me," Avalanche winger Alex Tanguay said from Team Canada's Olympic camp.