Top Line: NHL concussion lawsuit looks thin; Don Cherry's future; more links

Wednesday November 27th, 2013
Former NHL player Gary Leeman is leading a concussion lawsuit against the NHL. Gary Leeman and the other nine players have to hope a big name joins their lawsuit against the NHL. (Getty Images)
By Allan Muir An annotated guide to this morning's must-read hockey stories: the case of the 10 players who are suing the NHL the future of broadcasting legend As It Happens Hockey Night In Canada quickly and with very little fuss, mocks this puny deal. Oilers could remain with Edmonton for life. Coyotes "The Hockey Theme." Vincent Lecavalier his first back in Tampa Lightning Islanders Rangers nearly as terrible win more games by 2-1? the Stars managed to get the W injured Minnesota forward Zach Parise his release ramification of the charges against Semyon Varlamov the root of the problems in Buffalo. Sabres Martin Erat the support of his teammates Capitals Jay Beagle Alex Ovechkin Flyers "the hottest in hockey"? placed him on waivers yesterday Tim Gleason off the trade market Red Wings without Pavel Datsyuk Jonas Gustavsson Bruins Jimmy Howard needs to spend some time P.K. Subban Don't ask Babcock. the Blues' top prospects. Dmitry Kulikov Panthers actively trying to trade him.
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