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  1. I'm with Kevin Weekes, this has to be a substantial suspension without pay. This is inexcusable. https://www.tsn.ca/jalen-smereck-andrei-deniskin-nhlpa-iihf-1.1699064 The International Ice Hockey Federation and NHL Players' Association have expressed their support for HC Donbass Donetsk defenceman after he was subjected to a racist gesture by HC Kremenchuk player Andrei Deniskin in a Ukrainian Hockey League game on Sunday. Deniskin was ejected from the game after taunting Smereck, who is Black, by mimicking peeling a banana and eating it. He faces further discipline from the league, pending an investigation. "The IIHF condemns in the strongest possible terms the actions of Andri Denyskin," said IIHF President Luc Tardif in a statement on Monday. "There is no place for such a blatantly racist and unsportsmanlike gesture in our sport and in society. "This a direct assault on the ideals and values of our game, and we will ensure that all necessary ethics violation investigations occur to ensure that this behaviour is sanctioned appropriately." Deniskin issued an apology to his Instagram account following the incident, but the post was later deleted. "Donbass Hockey club strongly denies all forms of discrimination and is outraged by the behavior of Andrei Deniskin." HC Donbass said in a statement. "Racism has no place on sports grounds or outside of them." Smereck, from Detroit, Mich., played 17 games for the Tucson Roadrunners, Arizona's AHL affiliate, in 2020-21. "The NHLPA stands with @jalen_smereck and the hockey community against this deplorable act," the NHL Players' Association tweeted on Monday. "Racism has no place in the game."
  2. Report: NHL salary cap to hit $82.5M in 2022-23 https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2190762
  3. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2172777 Drew Doughty won't be satisfied with the Los Angeles Kings front office if it doesn't bolster the rebuilding club in the near future. The defenseman expressed a sense of urgency and cited the Kings' aging core when asked if it's time for the team to add more experience. "Yeah, for sure. I mean, $&!#, we gotta," Doughty said Friday. "Me and (Anze Kopitar, Jonathan Quick, and Dustin Brown), we're all getting older. We all had, I thought, phenomenal seasons, but we're running out of time. You've got two of the best players at their position ... both ways ... and with all this cap room, yeah, we've got to bring guys in, that's it. "There's no point in just waiting for these prospects to develop when you've got guys in their prime, hungry to win, and sick of losing." Doughty was asked if he'd be happy if big moves aren't made in the offseason. His reply was brief but to the point. "No," he said. The Kings went 21-28-7 this season, finishing near the bottom of the league standings. Los Angeles has been rebuilding for the last three campaigns, missing the playoffs each time. The Kings have made only two postseason appearances - losing both first-round series - since claiming their second Stanley Cup championship over a three-year span in 2014. However, as Doughty noted, the 2021 squad showed some promise. The 31-year-old produced 34 points in 56 games, while Kopitar, who's 33, racked up 50 points while also playing every contest. Brown, the eldest player on the Kings' roster at 36, led the team with 17 goals in 49 games. However, Quick posted a subpar .898 save percentage over 22 contests and was outplayed by 26-year-old Cal Petersen. Los Angeles has begun to give more opportunities to younger players like Petersen, Adrian Kempe, and 2017 first-round pick Gabriel Vilardi, all of whom have shown flashes of their abilities. The Kings also boast a deep prospect pool led by 2020 second overall pick Quinton Byfield - who debuted with the club this season - and 2019 second-rounder Arthur Kaliyev, who scored in his lone appearance in the league in February. The Kings finished the season with about $9 million in cap space and could have even more than that this summer if they opt not to re-sign any of their six pending restricted free agents.
  4. https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/world/2021/05/06/chinese-rocket-reentry-may-be-out-of-control/4971121001/
  5. https://www.tsn.ca/buffalo-sabres-fire-head-coach-ralph-krueger-amid-12-game-winless-skid-1.1609004 The Buffalo Sabres have fired head coach Ralph Krueger in the midst of a 12-game winless skid. The Sabres made the move after their loss to the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday, dropping their record on the season to 6-18-4. The Sabres, who last won on Feb. 23, have an NHL-low 16 points, and just two points in their past 12. Krueger was in his second season behind the bench in Buffalo. He led the Sabres to a 30-31-8 record last year in the COVID-19 pandemic-shortened season. They failed to make the qualifying round of the playoffs. He was signed through next season at a salary of $3.75 million, which the Sabres will have to pay out. Prior to his time with the Sabres, Krueger spent five years as chairman of Southampton Football Club in England. Krueger also coached Team Europe to second place at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey, losing to Team Canada in the championship game. Krueger’s first head coaching job in the NHL came with the Edmonton Oilers in the lockout-shortened 2012-13. He was fired with a 19-22-7 record.
  6. http://theathletic.com/news/evander-kane-bankruptcy-sharks/oFdq2gVHYP5J "San Jose Sharks winger Evander Kane has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy for liabilities of $26.8 million, The Athletic’s Daniel Kaplan reports. A note in the petition filed to federal bankruptcy court in San Jose says that Kane, 29, may opt out of the season “because of health concerns given the recent birth of his first child.” If Kane chooses this route, he would not be paid for this season. The petition cites details such as payment of $1.5 million to cover gambling losses, a $1.88 million counterclaim to a battery charge from 2016 and up to seven dependents living with him. Kane also explains in his note how a condensed NHL schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic will affect his earnings. Kane, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2009 NHL Draft, signed a seven-year, $49 million contract in 2018. He has earned $52.9 million in his 11-year career." This is absolutely insane. It's been known he had a gambling problem for a while but this is next level.
  7. Hard to believe this was actually going to happen. They were going to allow up to 3800 fans into the building for games and potentially Raptors games too. I guess you can’t see that you are the epicentre when you are in the middle of it: https://www.sportsnet.ca/nba/article/fans-no-longer-allowed-lightning-raptors-games-due-covid-19-spike/
  8. December 1: Canucks trade tiers - Pettersson and Hughes most valuable...but untouchable
  9. November 1: Ask Me Anything (Ryan Kesler in the Ring of Honour, dark horse prospects)
  10. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2051934 Brent Seabrook says he'll be ready to contribute next season and is motivated to prove it after having his 2019-20 campaign cut short by multiple surgeries. "I feel like I'm 19 years old again trying to make the team," the Chicago Blackhawksdefenseman told The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun earlier this week. "I'm skating and doing treatment and doing all these extra things here and there. Just trying to get prepared and ready, get the flexibility back - which was a battle for a while - and get the skating back, which has been great. The last two-to-three weeks I've felt really good on the ice. … It's been incredible." Seabrook added that he has no plans to quit despite his injuries, advanced age, and declining production. "I'm excited for training camp," he said. "I'm excited for the opportunity to get back out there and show everybody what I got. I'm not done playing hockey. I get that 35 is old in the sports world, but I don't feel old, I still feel young." The blue-liner was limited to 32 games last season. He underwent three procedures over a six-week span beginning in late December, having his right shoulder repaired followed by both of his hips. The 15-year veteran, who played his final game of the campaign Dec. 15, tried to return for the playoffs but failed to crack Chicago's postseason roster. Seabrook collected only four points while posting a 41.22 expected goals for percentage and a 41.53 scoring chances for rate during his abbreviated 2019-20 season. He's spent his entire career with the Blackhawks, helping them win the Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013, and 2015. However, Seabrook's playing time has steadily declined in the years since those titles. SEASON SEABROOK ATOI 2015-16 22:49 2016-17 21:54 2017-18 20:12 2018-19 19:06 Seabrook has four years left on his contract at a cap hit of $6,875,000. The Blackhawks parted with two key members of their championship core this offseason, as goaltender Corey Crawford signed with the New Jersey Devils and forward Brandon Saad was traded to the Colorado Avalanche.
  11. Well, they should've expected some push-back over this one.......... https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/whole-foods-bans-poppies-1.5791551 https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/whole-foods-poppy-rule-reaction-1.5792281
  12. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2047767 Alex Ovechkin isn't done lighting up the NHL just yet, but the superstar recently confirmed he hopes to end his playing career in his hometown of Moscow. "My career is not over yet. I'm still in my prime," Ovechkin told Russian Television International, as translated by Sportsnet. "I think I will definitely play for a few more years, God grant that my health is good. I would finish in Russia at Dynamo Moscow." Ovechkin, 35, is fresh off posting 48 goals and 67 points this past regular season. The gargantuan 13-year contract he signed in 2008 is set to expire after the 2020-21 campaign, which would make him an unrestricted free agent for the first time. However, Ovi assured he wants to finish his NHL career with the Washington Capitals. "It's not a question of money. It's a matter of principle," he said. "I played for only two teams - Dynamo and Washington." He added, "It is clear, in two, three, four years, maybe five, I will end my career in Washington," Ovechkin said. "I want to end on a beautiful note - to play my last match for Dynamo Moscow." The nine-time "Rocket" Richard winner became the eighth player in NHL history to reach 700 career goals, finishing the campaign with 706. Ovechkin is currently 188 behind Wayne Gretzky's all-time record of 894; if he does end up playing five more NHL seasons, he'd need to average 38 tallies to finish atop the list. Ovechkin spent four seasons with Dynamo before bursting onto the NHL scene in 2005-06. He also played there during the lockout stoppage in 2012.
  13. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2041412 Halloween arriving in the middle of the NHL's offseason may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Let's look at how a handful of teams have fared so far this fall, evaluating each squad's moves using a theme connected to Saturday's holiday. Trick = A team that's either further removed from contender status than before this offseason, or isn't as close to contending as the club's splashy moves seem to indicate. Treat = A team that's vaulted closer to contention thanks to its offseason moves. Bruins: Trick Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / Getty Key arrivals: Craig Smith Key departures: Torey Krug, Zdeno Chara(unsigned), Joakim Nordstrom Boston entered the offseason fresh off an underwhelming showing in the playoffs, and with ample cap space to make an impact in free agency. But surprisingly, the Bruins were just passengers throughout the frenzy. Smith is a nice addition, especially at $3.1 million per season. But only making one signing after another campaign in which an aging core didn't yield a championship is curious, to say the least. The Bruins also let Krug walk, and they didn't bring anyone in to replace him. There are still strong pieces on Boston's blue line, but without Krug - and Chara still unsigned - the unit is looking thinner than ever before. Tie all that in with long-term surgery recoveries for superstars David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand, and Boston's immediate future after a bland offseason seems precarious. Canadiens: Treat Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / Getty Key arrivals: Josh Anderson, Tyler Toffoli, Joel Edmundson, Jake Allen, Alexander Romanov Key departures: Max Domi Montreal's biggest issue last season was scoring, as the Habs were possession darlings, but they often struggled to finish. Adding Toffoli and Anderson should help in a big way. The Canadiens can now roll out three potent lines next year, and young centers Nick Suzuki and Jesperi Kotkaniemi will also provide a boost after making strides during the team's impressive playoff showing. Montreal lacks star power up front, but the club boasts quality depth. Edmundson's contract (four years, $3.5M AAV) could come back to haunt general manager Marc Bergevin. But the squad's blue line should improve overall, especially if the 20-year-old Romanov can make the leap from the KHL to the NHL with ease. Allen, meanwhile, is one of the NHL's best backups, and he'll help to keep Carey Pricefresh - which will be crucial during a potentially condensed schedule. Sabres: Trick Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / Getty Key arrivals: Taylor Hall, Eric Staal, Cody Eakin, Tobias Rieder Key departures: Marcus Johansson,Jimmy Vesey, Johan Larsson, Dominik Kahun (unsigned) The Sabres have enjoyed a great offseason - we're not arguing that. Hall and Jack Eichel will be one of the league's scariest offensive duos, and Staal fills a massive hole as a second-line center. However, there are still far too many question marks for this team to contend. The bottom-six forward group is a mess. There are some nice blue-line pieces in Buffalo, but the group is unbalanced and lacks a reliable shutdown pair. And the team's goaltending is suspect, despite some encouraging signs from Linus Ullmark a year ago. Maple Leafs: Treat Mark Blinch / National Hockey League / Getty Key arrivals: TJ Brodie, Zach Bogosian, Mikko Lehtonen, Joe Thornton, Wayne Simmonds, Jimmy Vesey, Joey Anderson Key departures: Andreas Johnsson, Kasperi Kapanen, Tyson Barrie, Cody Ceci After a disappointing defeat to the Columbus Blue Jackets in this summer's qualifying round, Kyle Dubas got busy addressing some of the Maple Leafs' clear needs. Toronto became tougher and more experienced throughout its lineup, and adding Brodie gives the Leafs their strongest group of blue-liners in recent memory. While the Maple Leafs appear deeper after their bevy of additions, the most impressive aspect of Toronto's offseason could be its salary-cap navigation. Dubas not only bolstered each position, but he also retained restricted free agents Ilya Mikheyev and Travis Dermott at discounted rates, and without going over the stagnant cap. Islanders: Trick Dave Sandford / National Hockey League / Getty Key arrivals: Ilya Sorokin Key departures: Devon Toews, Derick Brassard (unsigned), Thomas Greiss New York has been silent so far this offseason and unable to build on the momentum from a surprising run to the Eastern Conference Final. Recouping two second-round picks in the Toews deal is a decent haul, but it's hard to understand why the young, dynamic blue-liner needed to be the Islanders' cap casualty. The club also hasn't signed a single free agent yet. Lou Lamoriello has always been one to wait, and he's sure showcasing his patience when it comes to locking down two key RFAs. Foundational pieces Mathew Barzal and Ryan Pulock need new deals, and the Islanders only hold $8.9 million in available cap space. The final prices of those two contracts will define New York's offseason, either bailing out Lamoriello after his inactivity, or further crippling the club's financial future. Avalanche: Treat Bruce Bennett / Getty Images Sport / Getty Key arrivals: Brandon Saad, Devon Toews Key departures: Nikita Zadorov The Avalanche are enjoying yet another solid offseason. GM Joe Sakic didn't go big-game hunting with his cap space, but he continued his trend of acquiring strong two-way players cheaply. Adding Saad to one of the NHL's deepest forward groups is scary for Colorado's Western Conference opponents, and Sakic even managed to convince Chicago to retain some of the veteran winger's salary. Toews essentially replaces Zadorov on the blue line after the latter went to the Blackhawks in the deal, which is a major upgrade. The 26-year-old is one of the NHL's best puck-moving defensemen, and the four-year, $16.4 million contract he signed after the trade could become a highly team-friendly deal. He joins a promising defensive corps that already features Cale Makar and Samuel Girard, along with prospects Bowen Byram and Conor Timmins waiting in the weeds. The rich get richer. Canucks: Trick Bruce Bennett / Getty Images Sport / Getty Key arrivals: Nate Schmidt, Braden Holtby Key departures: Jacob Markstrom, Chris Tanev, Tyler Toffoli, Josh Leivo, Troy Stecher, Oscar Fantenberg We love adding Schmidt, especially at the cost (third-round pick). But there's no denying the Canucks became worse. Schmidt replaces Tanev, which is an upgrade, but GM Jim Benning hasn't added anyone to fill Stecher's spot, and he doesn't hold the cap space to make that move. Is Olli Juolevi ready? Tyler Myersplaying heavier minutes could be a spooky reality. Losing Toffoli hurts, too, especially after how well he meshed with Vancouver's top-six forwards. Benning may have been able to keep Toffoli around if he didn't allocate so much money to uninspiring veterans like Brandon Sutter ($4.38 million), Micheal Ferland ($3.5 million), Antoine Roussel ($3 million), and Jay Beagle ($3 million). Not bringing back Leivo, who only received $875K from the Calgary Flames, is questionable too. Holtby, who's posted three straight poor seasons, is a definite downgrade from Markstrom. Thatcher Demko had better be ready to play at least half of the Canucks' games. He certainly looked like a No. 1 netminder in the postseason. Golden Knights: Treat Andy Devlin / National Hockey League / Getty Key arrivals: Alex Pietrangelo, Carl Dahlstrom Key departures: Nate Schmidt, Paul Stastny Is upgrading from Schmidt to Pietrangelo worth the cost of trading away Stastny? We think so. That's Vegas' offseason in a nutshell. The Golden Knights have now assembled one of the league's best blue lines, and they were able to re-sign goalie Robin Lehner. Center depth beyond William Karlsson is the club's biggest weakness, but 2016 No. 6 pick Cody Glass provides plenty of upside, and veteran Chandler Stephensonfit in with Vegas extremely well after being acquired in a midseason trade last year from the Washington Capitals.
  14. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2037605 The Chicago Blackhawks' veteran core - Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith, and Brent Seabrook - is fed up with the organization's early offseason moves, according to The Athletic's Mark Lazerus. "They're pissed. The core guys have had enough," one source said. Toews told Lazerus the club's offseason transactions don't align with his desire to win. "Bottom line is, I want to win," Toews said. "The expectation for the other leaders on this team and myself is to come ready to training camp every year to be a playoff team. We prepare ourselves to win a Cup for our fans. "I've never been told that we were going through a rebuild. That has never been communicated to me, for that matter. A lot of this comes as a shock because it's a completely different direction than we expected." This offseason, the Blackhawks have let longtime goaltender Corey Crawford walk in free agency, traded forward Brandon Saad, and failed to extend qualifying offers to reliable depth pieces in Drake Caggiulaand Slater Koekkoek. Each of those moves made Chicago's roster weaker on paper. They also come just months after the 12th-seeded Blackhawks eliminated the Edmonton Oilers in the qualifying round to make the playoffs for the first time since 2017.
  15. https://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/2039509 Marc-Andre Fleury appears to have no issue with taking a bit of a back seat for the Golden Knights following the addition of Robin Lehner. "Yes, I'm ready to share (the net). This year, I expect it will be a strange season. There will probably be several games in a few days, there will be a condensed schedule," Fleury told Le Journal de Montreal's Jean-Francois Chaumont, as translated by theScore. "I think not all teams will have the choice to use their two goaltenders. For this season, it'll be a good thing to count on two competitive goalies. It'll give our team a good chance." Vegas recently inked Lehner to a five-year, $25-million contract despite having Fleury signed for two more years at a cap hit of $7 million a season. The 35-year-old Fleury has been the face of the Vegas franchise since being picked from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the expansion draft. He appeared in 156 games over the past three seasons and helped guide Vegas to the Stanley Cup Final in its inaugural season. During the 2019-20 campaign, Fleury appeared to show signs of fatigue and decline, posting his worst save percentage (.905) since 2009-10. When asked if he's more motivated to reclaim his No. 1 spot in the crease by the changing of the guard, Fleury indicated he's accepted the team's decision. "Yes and no," Fleury said. "I want to play for me. I want to have fun. I don't have many years left in front of me. I know that Lehner is their goalie. I'm more likely to fill holes. They've placed their trust in Lehner. I don't think I can regain my No. 1 spot, but I'm still going to try to fight back for it. ... "We play for the same team and we are looking to do our jobs. He wants to play and so do I. We have the same mentality. But there are no bad looks between us. He's a good guy." After the Golden Knights acquired Lehner at last season's trade deadline, Lehner went on to start 16 games during the postseason, while Fleury only appeared in four.
  16. https://www.tsn.ca/hockey-canada-unveils-new-heritage-jersey-1.1536067
  17. https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/29939605/nhl-bubble-confidential-go-toronto-edmonton-playoff-hubs 9 NHL players on condition of anonymity answered several questions on what life in the bubble was like, both east and west conference teams. "Life for the players inside these bubbles has been a mystery. We know they're tested for COVID-19 each day, and through eight weeks and 32,374 tests, there has yet to be a confirmed positive case. We know there are some amenities for them to use away from the rink. But with no independent media in the bubble -- and with candid comments about the emotional strain of this experiment far too infrequent -- many of us don't have a sense of how players have handled this unprecedented experience -- until now, that is. "We love playing this sport, and I don't think there is one guy who wasn't appreciative for the chance to win the Cup this summer," one Western Conference player said. "But also, I don't think a lot of fans realize what an emotional toll the bubble took on some guys -- the isolation, the grind, being away from our families and loved ones during a really stressful time to begin with. To be honest, after the first few days, I noticed a lot of guys were more down than they usually are. Some guys were legitimately sad. It's not easy living like that for two months." ESPN debriefed with nine players -- five from the Western Conference and four from the Eastern Conference -- who, on the condition of anonymity, answered dozens of questions about what life was really like inside the bubble, from playing in empty buildings to being trapped in hotels to food, drinking and drugs." Article con't. Didn't quote entirety.
  18. When I was in about grade 3, the teacher asked a question, "if you have enough cookie dough to make 25 cookies, but your cookie sheet can only hold 20, how many sheets do you need to make all 25 cookies? I am betting Bill Daly was in detention and missed the class. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/hockey/article-nhl-teams-battle-bubble-fatigue-as-playoffs-drag-on/ NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly wrote in an e-mail to The Associated Press that the league is “actively trying to minimize the length” of the playoffs “in part due to the dynamics and constraints of ‘bubble life.‘” That was evident Friday, when the NHL scheduled the second round of the playoffs to open before the first round was complete. And with the conference and Cup finals set for Edmonton, the two East finalists will likely have only two days to acclimate to their new surroundings upon travelling from Toronto. “We will continue to pursue all ‘move up’ opportunities aggressively as we go forward,” Daly wrote. this is my favorite part ^^^ the NHL started round 2 before round one was finished. Almost make you wonder if the series was decided after game 5? How many days can they actually shave off the tournament with this methodology, 4 maybe 5? what if StL / Van went 7? would they have had to play 3 games in three nights to catch up? or would Vegas get to play game 1 without an opponent, so the series didn't get too far behind the others? what if Stl/Van went 7, then Van/Vegas went 7? Some teams could be a whole series ahead, they will eventually have to wait. Maybe as teams fall away, the NHL brain will invoke 2 period Double Headers, That would get this pesky tournament over with. Maybe a mercy rule, if one team is up by 3 at the end of the first, call it and go on to the next game How about Overtime counts for 2 games Git er Done NHL, be more creative round 3-best of 3 get this thing over with, the players want to go home!!!
  19. So far not a very good start at pre season play. last week I heard Podolzkins team had stopped training because 9 players had tested positive, and now this report of 20 players reporting positive on Avangard Omsk. Pasted from SN. KHL club Avangard Omsk records 20 positive COVID-19 tests Associated PressJuly 21, 2020, 10:38 AM A Russian team playing in the Kontinental Hockey League has withdrawn from a pre-season tournament after 20 people from the club tested positive for the coronavirus. Avangard Omsk general manager Alexei Volkov says the positive tests come from players and members of team staff who were tested during training camp. Volkov adds that the people are in isolation and that most don’t have obvious symptoms. Avangard was scheduled to play in a pre-season tournament from Aug. 4-9 in Sochi. The last KHL season was cut short midway through the playoffs when the coronavirus pandemic made international travel difficult. The KHL is aiming to start the new season on Sept. 2 and expects to finalize the calendar after a board meeting scheduled for next week.
  20. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/nhl-nhlpa-talks-cba-include-escrow-cap-salary-deferral-players/ With the announcement that the salary cap could remain around the current 81.5 million for the next 3 seasons a lot of teams will be hurting if this ends up happening, how do you guys feel canucks will work around this?
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