Avs ‘very likely’ to host outdoor game; jersey ads ‘not imminent’; Kaberle, Malone to Hartford (Puck Headlines)

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• Close Fox Sports West… You’re right down the freeway! You saw these people on Wednesday! You should know this! [Stick tap to Alex Mansfield]

• One outdoor game next season is going to … Denver! Coors Field, where the Rockies play, will likely play host in the future. My guess is Peyton Manning turned down the NHL using Mile High for a few weeks. [Denver Post]

• RELAX (for now). Per The Commish, ads on NHL jerseys are ‘not imminent’. [CSN Chicago]

• Why advertising on jerseys is a lazy solution to increasing revenue in the NHL. [Arctic Ice Hockey]

• New addition to the Rangers franchise, Tomas Kaberle, will head to Hartford (AHL) as the team assesses his readiness to play with the big club. [NY Post]

• Also headed to Hartford for the Rangers is Ryan Malone. His father played in Hartford as a Whaler 30 years ago. [Hartford Courant]

• “Colby’s Cap” will be given to the Flyers’ player of the game after wins this season. The cap belonged to First Lieutenant Colby Umbrell, a Bucks County native who was killed in Iraq in 2007. [Broad Street Hockey]

• BID NOW on the game-worn Veterans Day mask of Blues netminder Brian Elliott. Proceeds will benefit The Mission Continues, a St. Louis-based charity that empowers veterans facing the challenges of adjusting to life at home. [NHL Auctions]

• The Maloof brothers need to stay far, far away from an NHL team in Las Vegas. [SB Nation]

• “Paul Bissonnette’s comments on fighting, Connor McDavid’s injury are laughable,” said a writer (after BizNasty gets done with him) known as Dave Lozo. [Bleacher Report]

• There’s a common belief that more scoring and an increased amount of safety can be accomplished simultaneously. Too bad it’s misguided. [Ketts’ Corner]

• After today’s morning skate and yet another line jumbling putting Brad Richards on the fourth line, coach Joel Quenneville remarked “It really doesn’t matter what line he’s on. We expect consistency”. A look at Mr. Richards numbers so far with the Blackhawks. [Committed Indian]

• Florida Panthers coach Gerard Gallant preaches equality among lines. [Fox Sports Florida]

• Why can’t the Washington Capitals hold on to leads, and you know, win? [Japers’ Rink]

• Q & A with Mike Cammalleri of the New Jersey Devils [The Hockey Writers]

• Pacific Division War Room: Corey Perry Mumps Edition [The Royal Half]

• Not learning from the McDavid vs. dasher-board fight, Baie-Comeau Drakkar and Saguenéens Chicoutimi have 4 fights in 2½ minutes during QMJHL game. [Buzzing the Net]

• A profile of Jack Eichel, the second most talked about prospect not named Connor McDavid. [Hockey Buzz]

• Our own Ryan Lambert takes on fancy stats at the collegiate hockey level. [College Hockey News]

• Injury updates across the NHL for all you fantasy hockey players and fans of various players/teams. [Dobber Hockey]

• Finally, Vancouver’s Brad Richardson and Chris Higgins engage in a trick shot competition inside Sports Chek. (Puck Daddy disclaimer: Do NOT try this at your local sporting goods store or any store for that matter. You are not a professional athlete; unless you are, then thanks for reading):