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Nashville Predators News & Notes
Milwaukee Admirals Musings: Three in Three | On the Forecheck
ICYMI: The Chicago Wolves seem to be struggling with fatigue a bit lately.
Other Hockey News & Notes
Will Patrick Roy Land an NHL Gig Next Season? | The Hockey News on Sports
Patrick Roy’s name has entered the rumor mill as someone who could end up with an NHL job next season. Is there a fit?
Canadiens’ Drouin taking indefinite leave of absence for personal reasons | Sportsnet
Taking a leave of absence right in the middle of a playoff race. Weird, but I sincerely hope that everything is okay.
Gerard Gallant to coach Canada at upcoming men’s world championships | Sportsnet
Hockey Canada announced Wednesday that Gerard Gallant will lead the coaching staff for the upcoming men’s world hockey championships in Riga, Latvia.
Source – NHL border issue may last into playoffs | ESPN
That certainly doesn’t sound good. FIGURE IT OUT.
A Belarus Prospect Has Stolen the Spotlight at the U18s | The Hockey News on Sports Illustrated
Danila Klimovich wasn’t on many people’s radars ahead of the U-18 World Championship. But with four goals in two games, he’s quickly becoming a name to watch for at the 2021 NHL draft.
Seven years into Brad Treliving’s tenure, Calgary Flames still searching for playoff success | TSN
The Flames have made the playoffs in four of six seasons under Treliving, but you can’t help but feel like they’ve been stagnant for the past couple of years.
NWHL doubles salaray cap to $300,000, delays Montreal expansion | ESPN
The National Women’s Hockey League announced Wednesday that it is doubling its salary cap to $300,000 for each of its six teams based on projections that it is making strides in achieving financial stability entering its seventh season.
On the other hand, COVID-19 has delayed the league’s expansion into Montreal.
Jarvis’ 964-game ironman streak could be next major NHL record broken | Sportsnet
Oh boy, Florida Panthers fans are not going to like this article. Yandle is a bonafide pylon these days, and they’re clearly playing him solely for the ironman streak.
TNT post game show mentioning the nhl tv rights deal and…. is that Andrew Ference? Absolutely insane guy to put in that graphic pic.twitter.com/yI1NNM0Nol
— big heatdaddy (@DanyAllstar15) April 28, 2021