Evander Kane case continued; Gaustad retires; Roy on future (Puck Headlines)


• Based on these nets, coming back to play will be a lot more difficult than Carey Price probably anticipated. [@Dave_Stubbs]

• A new deposition was submitted in the case against Evander Kane for an alleged incident that occurred at the Bottoms Up nightclub in Buffalo. The defense was granted a motion to continue the trial until October 31 as they review the new information. [WBFO]

• Speaking at his annual golf tournament, Joe Sakic discusses what the Colorado Avalanche need in order to be successful. [Denver Post]

• Patrick Roy held court with the media during the World Cup exhibition game between North America and Europe to talk about his departure from the Avs and his future. [ESPN]

• After a career that spanned 12 seasons, veteran center Paul Gaustad has decided to retire. [The Tennessean]

• Enforcer Brian McGrattan has signed with the Nottingham Panthers in the United Kingdom. [Panthers]

• Devin Setoguchi played for HC Davos in the Swiss league this past season. He has been offered a spot on SC Bern; however he’s headed to camp with the Los Angeles Kings on a PTO. [Swiss Hockey News]

• The Great One was a special guest at the ribbon cutting ceremony of the brand new Rogers Arena in Edmonton. Gretzky said it’s time to ‘make new memories and win championships.’ Hopefully the Oilers were paying attention. [CP]

• The Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets have announced the Heritage Classic alumni game rosters. Some notables include: Wayne Gretzky, Teemu Selanne, Jari Kurri and Grant Fuhr. Not bad, eh? Might be better than the actual Jets-Oilers tilt. [Oilers]

• Down Goes Brown: The 15 people you’ll meet at the World Cup. [Sportsnet]

• Breaking down the eight World Cup of Hockey teams and their chances of victory in Toronto. [CP]

• Oliver Ekman-Larsson chats about getting ready for the World Cup and the impact watching Niklas Lidstrom play as he grew up had on his career. [Five For Howling]

• Brent Burns prepared for the World Cup like most do – driving across the country in an RV with his family. [SI.com]

• Ken Campbell with his hot take on the Department of Player Safety’s hiring of George Parros and the message that it sends. [THN]

• ‘Building toward hockey season in football country’ in the state of Ohio where college football dominates. [Buckeye State Hockey]

• Breaking down the best Tampa Bay Lightning draft picks in the first round over the history of the franchise and where they’re at now. [Two For Spearing]

• Offseason fantasy hockey grades for the St. Louis Blues. [Dobber]

• Finally, the San Jose Sharks with another creative ad campaign. This one features Joe Pavelski and Evgeni Nabokov cheering like crazy at a spelling bee.