-"A spot is open for me in Wilkes-Barre. I'm trying to get better here every day and show them that I deserve that spot. - Ryan Schnell on his goals for training camp.
-Mark Letestu (above) has been impressive so far in camp.
-Could we see the return of the Chris Kunitz-Jordan Staal-Tyler Kennedy line at some point (PG+)?
-Corey Potter threw his body around quite a bit yesterday.
-Dan Byslma speaks:
-The Penguins are popular:
-The Penguins will hold a student rush promotion Wednesday against the Red Wings. Tickets will be available for $25. At least four regular season games will be available this season as well. The three definite dates are Oct. 13 - Maple Leafs, Nov. 17 - Canucks and Dec. 15 - Rangers).
-Thinking Out Loud: $25 for Student Rush? It used to be $20. We guess college kids don't eat ramen noodles and Doritos these days.
-The Pensblog contemplates a change in goal songs.
-Senators defenseman Filip Kuba (right) will be sidelined for five to six weeks due to a broken leg.
-Maple Leafs defenseman Jeff Finger is sidelined due to a wonky knee.
-The Bruins have a hole on the blue line with the loss of defenseman Dennis Wideman.
-After using him as a right winger the past two seasons, the Thrashers are moving Bryan Little black to center.
-Even if they're fighting for the same job, Lightning goaltender Dan Ellis and Mike Smith are BFFs.
-Blue Jackets defenseman Kris Russell will be sidelined two to four weeks due to a knee sprain.
-Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane is gunning for 100 points this season.
-"I never unpack—I'm dead serious." - Blackhawks defensemean Nick Boynton who has played for five teams in just as many seasons.
-If anyone has seen the 40-goals Blues forward Brad Boyes (right) scored two seasons ago, he's looking for them. He only score 14 last season.
-Stars forward Tom Wandell is dealing with a sprained shoulder.
-Ducks forward Jason Jaffray suffered a torn ACL in his right knee.
(Photos: Letestu-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins; Kuba-Abelimages/Getty Images; Boyes-Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)