Thursday, 24 March 2011

Daily News: NHL and EPL

Welcome to the new daily news blog post. In addition to the regular discussions and weekly poll, I am now going to throw a few links out every day to the biggest news stories of the day. This means you can come to one place and find all the news you need to know without searching around the other sites. I'll do it for you!

Thank me later.

NHL News:

Bettman warns Habs and Bruins - NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has warned the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens not to let things get out of hand in their final game against each other in the regular season.

Penguins performing well without Crosby and Malkin - The Pittsburgh Penguins have been getting along very well even without their two biggest stars. With Crosby set to return soon, things can only get better.

Osgood on injured list - The Wings have placed veteran goalie Chris Osgood on the injured list but hope to have him back in time for the playoffs.

Most points ever for non-playoff team? - The race for the playoffs has been so tight all season in the Western Conference that we could see a final points total of 96 not being enough! Crazy.

EPL News:

Dalglish targets Dann - Kenny Dalglish has Birmingham City defender Scott Dann on his list of potential summer transfer targets. It seems Dalglish is looking to young British players to change The Red's recent fortunes, which is excellent for British football.

Walker to return to White Hart Lane - Harry Redknapp is insisting that 20-year-old English right back Kyle Walker (currently on loan at Aston Villa) will return to Spurs at the end of the season to fight for his place. Redknapp sees great potential in the youngster and won't want to lose him to a rival EPL club.

Pardew hopes Barton will stay calm  - Alan Pardew is sweating on Joey Barton keeping his emotions inside as Newcastle prepare for the crucial end-of-season run in. Barton is a key component of the United squad but has a history of violence on and off the field. He has already been banned for three matches earlier in the year for punching Morten Gamst Pedersen.

Mourinho heading back to Blighty! - Cracking news for any EPL fans. One of the best managers and best characters in the game insists his next managerial job will be in the Premier League!

Fabregas is back - Hugely important for Arsenal if they have any hopes of rectifying a season which has, in the last month, gone horribly wrong.

Check back tomorrow for more news!

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