Capitals Owner/Teemu Selanne on ESPNews Around 4 pm on ESPNews today they had on Caps owner Ted Leonsis. He was asked about the Penguins situation and what other owners think about the whole thing. He said basically that everyone knows the Penguins ownership will be ok no matter where they end up. Leonsis is just worried about the fans and the city of Pittsburgh. When asked what city he thinks should have a NHL franchise that doesn't right now he named Seattle, KC, Vegas, and said maybe a few Canadien cities could have 2 teams. Leonsis also stated that the NHL needs to fix its products in the cities they are currently in. And that they need to get more of a television presence. He applauded the NHLs online presence and acknowledged that the majority of hockey fans very internet savy. Teemu Selanne was on immediately afterwards with Barry Melrose and he had a fun interview. I guess Teemu was a kindergarten teacher in Finland before he came to the NHL!? They were having a good time with that one in the interview. Teemu said his favorite player to play with ever is Kariya. Overall it was a great job by ESPNews to have 20 straight minutes of hockey interviews. Interesting stuff.