Thrashers Weekend Reading Roundup

Thrashers have one of the better scoring defenses in the NHL

The league's top-scoring blue lines (and where your team ranks) - From The Rink
Ever wonder which team's blue line chips in the most points? Check out this list to see the league leaders as we head into the Olympic break.

Some thoughts about how much Ilya Kovalchuk should be paid.

The Hockey Symposium: Kovalchuk’s Next Contract and the Max Salary Debate


Sharks blog lusts for Kubina.

Trade Targets: Pavel Kubina (ATL) - Fear The Fin
Trade Targets: Pavel Kubina (ATL)

Chicago Wolves look in on Coach Anderson

Breakaway Magazine - Issue 11
Chicagowolves.com is the official website of the 2008 Calder Cup Champion Chicago Wolves hockey team.

OK this just made me laugh, perfect for a case of "the mondays"

Cane's Country has a two part interview with new owner of Charlotte AHL franchise. Guess what? He grew up a fan of Atlanta Flames!

Canes Country Q&A: Interview With Charlotte Checkers Owner Michael Kahn, Part 1 - Canes Country
Part 1 of a two-part interview with Charlotte Checkers owner Michael Kahn, who purchased the Albany River Rats and is bringing the AHL to Charlotte.

Canes Country Q&A: Interview With Charlotte Checkers Owner Michael Kahn, Part 2 - Canes Country
The second part of Canes Country's interview with Charlotte Checkers owner Michael Kahn, who purchased the Albany River Rats and is bringing the AHL to Charlotte.

People complain about the Thrashers relationship with the Wolves. Rochester is complaining about inattention from Florida Panthers.

Rochester media slams "absence" of Panthers management - Litter Box Cats
Florida brass "should be with Amerks"

NHL.com profiles Southeast Division Prospects.

Southeast: Good future growing on the farm - NHL.com - Division Notebooks
If their prospects continue to develop the way they have so far, it looks like the Southeast Division teams are in good shape moving forward.

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