Morning Links - (10/12)

The Jets come to town tomorrow, marking the first time Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien will play in Chicago since spring of 2010. Detroit might be going south, and the internet thinks JR might need to shut up. Your Wednesday signs and portents.

  • Not sure if serious. Fifth Feather's contribution to the first CI is up. [Fifth Feather]
  • Sean O'Donnell thinks Winnipeg's standing-ovation-for-blowouts enthusiasm won't flag. He's also 40. [CSN] [ESPN]
  • Marian Hossa is going to scorch the earth this season. [CSN]
  • Corey Crawford missed practice Tuesday with a minor groin injury even though they said he wouldn't. Panic. [ESPN] [Sun-Times]
  • "Decent Hands For a Nutcase": The Dan Carcillo Story. [Madhouse Enforcer]
  • Third Man In has all your Rockford news, plus sundries. [TTMI]
  • Detroit might go to the Southeast, Winnipeg to the Central. [PHT]
  • Havlat's shoulder is keeping him out of the line-up. [PHT]
  • Friedman's take on Shanahan backlash, plus 30 thoughts. Just general good reading. [CBC]