The morning links, invigorated by a dab of Propecia:
Same as Jose Theodore, matter of fact. Struggling Habs goalie tests positive for hair restorative/masking agent (and looking at that GAA, negative for puck-stopping). Proclaims innocence: "I always like my hair real long and I like to keep it long as long as possible." Dick Pound smirks: "It's amazing how many athletes around the world appear to be worried about losing their hair." The Olympics haven't even started yet, but at this rate it should be a riotous two weeks.
Yeah, Turin. The Olympics opening ceremony goes today.
Bengie Molina checks into town, and has a few choice things to say about his old employers in Anaheim, while the Angels are surprised he's miffed. Shea Hillenbrand signs, too, so the Jays are all set.
Chris Bosh is an all-star.
ML LotN: Quiet night in NBA, so nothing much there. From the NHL, Alexei Kovalev -- hey, he's got some kind of flowing hair -- scores a pair including the OT winner as the Habs beat the Sabres in Buffalo.
Alex McLeish is now officially a lame duck at Rangers, and the search is on for a new manager. Meantime, the English FA is talking about buying British for Sven's replacement, with Martin O'Neill the name candidate.