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Monday Morning Reading

The Couch Slouch has an interesting take on how to boost the NHL's TV ratings: Televise the game north-south, rather than east-west. And eliminate one intermission.

Read more here.

It's such a shame we're still talking about how to improve ratings for hockey. If this year's unbelievable playoffs can't do it, what can? Perhaps putting the games back on a network people have heard of?

Here's another story that caught my eye: New Jersey forward Patrick Elias is suing his former agents Mark Gandler and Todd Diamond. Gandler, of course, represents Alexander Semin and at one point was believed to be pursuing Alex Ovechkin.

Also, Canada won the World Championship, beating Finland 4-2 yesterday. I tried to get into the tournament. I tried hard. But I couldn't. I wonder if the organizers realize there's another tournament with better teams going on right now? Anyway, here's the gamer.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  May 14, 2007; 7:37 AM ET
 
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