Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa is opened to playing anywhere in the team's lineup next season, he said at the team's convention Saturday.
"There are going to be a few changes in the lineup because a few guys left and there are new guys coming in," Hossa said. "It's hard to calculate my role. I'm open to any solution. (Coach Joel Quenneville) and the coaching staff are going to have some ideas. Wherever I play, I'll be happy."
**Hossa accepting of any role with Hawks (Chicago Tribune)
**Kruger changes back to No. 16 so Tootoo can have No. 22 (SCH)
**Quenneville believes Hawks didn't have same 'zip' last season (Chicago Tribune)
**Opinion: Blues, Schwartz produce perfect contract (STLGT)
**Stars aren't worried about RFA Nichushkin leaving for Russia (PHT)
**Avs add Nolan Pratt to coaching staff (MHH)
**Siemens to re-sign with Avs (MHH)
**Player Report Cards: Ryan Ellis (OTF)
**Judge in concussion lawsuit ordered insurer to produce medical records (TSN)
**Extension talks between Bruins, Marchand have begun (PHT)
**Hurricanes' Fleury fixated on open spot after Wisniewski buyout (NHL.com)
**NCAA trophy has had a busy spring, summer (Grand Forks Herald)