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As ESPN NFL Analyst Herman Edwards says when players are anonymous quoted, “put your name on it,” that is exactly was Krys Barch did on Twitter as Devils Beat Write Tom Gulitti writes: Fire & Ice

 NHL and NHLPA meet for three days over the weekend to discuss the CBA, but the core economic issues were not discussed. Progress was made on non-core economic issues including: drug testing and player safety. The Globe and Mail

 Ken Campbell writes on the continuing saga that is the Phoenix Coyotes ownership situation and how the future of the Coyotes in the City of Glendale is in more in jeopardy than ever. He points out that if a season is lost the league might be willing to operate the team for one more year because the losses will be less than they would be for an entire season. THN

 More than 1,200 fans watched the first game of La Tournee des Joueurs or The Players Tour on Thursday night for the charity hockey tour organized by Max Talbot and Bruno Gervais. Montreal Gazette

 The Leafs Nazem Kadri says playing in the AHL will give him a leg up on the competition once the NHL lockout ends. However, Marlies coach Dallas Eakins feels that Kadri body fat level needs improvement. Toronto Star

 Senators GM Bryan Murray is glad to see some of his players getting game competition in Europe, but wants to see NHL Lockout settled. Ottawa Sun

 Red Wings fined undisclosed amount for Comments made by Senior Vice President Jim Devellano during an interview last week. TSN

 Nail Yakupov is cleared by Hockey Canada to play in Russia during the lockout after being suspended last week because his transfer card had not been signed due to his commitment to the Sarnia Sting. USA Today

 If hockey fans are looking for an outlet during the lockout, they can turn to the American Hockey League. The AHL is not lockout and camps are opening around the league. Many of the young NHL stars are eligible to play in the AHL and if the season is cancelled the AHL will be loaded with talent. SI

 TSN Hockey Analyst Bob McKenzie writes there is a silver lining for Canada’s world junior team if the lockout continues for a long period of time. TSN