CHICAGO - JANUARY 22: Center Igor Korolev #22 of the Chicago Blackhawks stands on the ice during the game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at the United Center on January 22, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois. According to reports September 7, 2011, Igor Korolev, a former NHL player, died when a plane carrying the KHL's Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team crashed after taking off near the city of Yaraslavl in Russia. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
A collection of links regarding the tragedy in Russia yesterday. Your regular Coyotes tracks will be back tomorrow...
News From Around the Hockey World
Russian jet carrying hockey team crashes, 43 dead - The Arizona Republic
Former Coyotes Igor Korolev & Brad McCrimmon were among those who died.
Statement from Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney Regarding Tragic Plane Crash in Russia - Phoenix Coyotes - News
The Coyotes have released a statement regarding the tragic plane crash on Wednesday and the deaths of former players Brad McCrimmon and Igor Korolev.
The NHL’s ‘Emergency Rehabilitation Plan’ would cover nighmare scenarios like a plane crash | ProHockeyTalk
Are you wondering how the league would handle a situation like the KHL is going through with Lokomotiv Yaroslav?
How the NHL handles tragedies like the KHL plane crash: the Emergency Rehabilitation Plan - On the Forecheck
What the plan is should the unthinkable happen again.
Remembering the NHL stars of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Greg Wishynski with mini-bios and memories of the ex-NHLers who died in Wednesday's crash.
Penguins captain Crosby progressing, but no timetable for return - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Sid and his doctors say he is progressing, but he's not fully healed yet.
Reality Check - achicksperspective
There is something in my eye...
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