This is the first “A Look Around”. We will be posting links to some articles that we find.
The short of it is: I’m hearing that the NHL Commish is encouraging the board of governors to make an expansion team available to Seattle. If approved, the new expansion Seattle NHL club would cost approximately $275M. It would begin playing here in the 2014-2015 season. All of this contingent upon 1) a solid ownership coming forward and buying the team and 2) the new arena staying on track to be built.”
The number change came as a surprise to some fans who either had purchased a Roussel jersey or were thinking doing so after the Stars unveiled their new designs. An exchange with one of those fans was what prompted Roussel to decide to pay them back in a way.
“You don’t know what you’ve lost until you’ve won it,” Kings captain Dustin Brown told NHL.com. “Doing what we did in 2012 showed not only the players, but the staff and management, what it actually means and how special it is to win it, so the next year when you don’t win it you feel like you’ve lost a lot more than you did.”
In August there is not much to report, but we will do our best to find you some news.