All in all, Mr Buffett subscribes to the forward-thinking philosophy of ice hockey great Wayne Gretzky: "I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been."
The global economy may be on thin ice, but Mr Buffet appears to believe there is an open goal for anyone brave enough to go for it.Elsewhere...
He was a big part of Stanley Cup championships in Edmonton and New York. But you probably have forgotten all about him. The New York Daily News catches up with Jeff Beukeboom.
The Claude Lemieux comeback watch continues.
The NHL honoured four greats with the Lester Patrick Award. The trophy is given to those who have dedicated their life to hockey in the United States, but basically you are guaranteed to get the trophy if you play in the NHL for a good length of time and have a US birth certificate.
This is a little bit old, but here's an interesting piece on Ken Dryden.
There is a Hanson Brothers book out.
Kevin Allen talked to Bill Gadsby about Chicago's coaching situation.
Minor league tough guy Dennis Bonvie has a new job as a Toronto Maple Leaf's scout. Did you know Bonvie is the most penalized man in professional hockey history? He's totaled 4,804 penalty minutes in 871 AHL and 92 NHL games.
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