NHL strength rankings: Bruins reclaim the top spot; Blues, climbing


Beyond the NHL-settled concussion lawsuit, the self-inflicted injury of two lockouts within eight years and never ends with the NHL player safety lawsuit, hockey Bridge has not resolved a major scandal about the professional league level. No tiff with China. There is no steroid epidemic. And certainly no farting pucks.

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That has changed this season. Don Cherry's senseless scandals have strayed into anti-immigrant rhetoric, resulting in his resignation. Mike Babcock had rookie Mitch Marner fill out a list of the hardest workers on Leaf, and then openly go to the dressing room. Light? Maybe, but more about Babcock soon. Bill Peters resigned in Calgary after he was charged with using a racial scam 10 years ago and physical abuse from his time in Carolina. Later, Chris Chelios revealed that Babcock had verbally abused Johan Franzen to the point of a mental breakdown in Detroit. In addition, the Blackhawks were reviewing his assistant, Marc Crawford, after Sean Avery accused Crawford of kicking him when with Kings.

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