-Negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA went on and on and on and on last night.
-Marc-Andre Fleury (right) is on the verge of considering playing in Europe if the lockout drags on.
-Ben Lovejoy's house in New Hamshire suffered a little damage from Hurricane Sandy. (PG+)
-Being a member of the NHLPA's negotiating committee is a sense of responsibility for Craig Adams.
-Ex-Penguins forward Derek Sanderson has a new book describing his hard-driving ways on and off the ice.
-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins forward Paul Thompson has become on of the AHL's leading scorers.
-Flyers forward and former Penguin Maxime Talbot has joined Ilves of Finland's SM-liiga.
-Martin Brodeur doesn't seem to mind the idea of a shortened season.
-Several Devils players had to or still are dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
-How important is Flames owner Murray Edwards to negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA?
-Sharks forward Ryane Clowe has joined the San Francisco Bulls, the Sharks' ECHL affiliate.
-The Kings addressed the most important aspect of the election via Twitter last night:
-Former Devils/Maple Leafs forward Alexander Suglobov has joined Spartak Moskva of Russia's KHL.
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