Wednesday Chum Bucket: Doug Wilson to represent Sharks at BOG meeting

Bruce Bennett
  • The NHL's Board of Governors will meet today in New York and the Sharks will be represented by GM Doug Wilson and Executive Vice President John Tortora. [Twitter]
  • Sandwiched around said meeting, of course, will be more CBA negotiations which went reportedly well last night as Sidney Crosby and Penguins owner Ron Burkle formed a coalition that just might save hockey. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • The upshot of all that is a new proposal being currently devised by the NHL Players' Association that should be presented to the league following the Board of Governors' meeting. [Puck Daddy]
  • Todd McLellan was at the North American Prospects Hockey League showcase tournament this past week in Minnesota and discussed his insights on coaching during a roundtable discussion. Great read. [Western College Hockey]
  • More by David Pollak on yesterday's meeting in addition to a few of the news items from yesterday like the Bulls game scheduled for HP Pavilion ice on the 17th. [Working the Corners]
  • Brodie Brazil interviews Logan Couture on life in Switzerland. [95.7 The Game]
  • Here's an informative overview of the owners who were involved in yesterday's meeting. [Down Goes Brown]
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