In which Cody Glass relishes a new opportunity in Nashville, Rem Pitlick gets re-signed, and there’s a new set of Swedish hockey twins you should know about.
Nashville Predators News & Notes
Healthy, Rejuvenated Glass Looking Forward to Fresh Start with Preds | Nashville Predators
The center is already residing in Music City, and is ready to showcase his skillset after being dealt in July.
We’ve signed forward Rem Pitlick to a one-year, two-way contract.
— Nashville Predators (@PredsNHL) August 4, 2021
Interview: UVM coach Todd Woodcroft on recruiting Isak Walther | On the Forecheck
ICYMI: The UVM coach dishes on Nashville’s Swedish prospect.
Other Hockey News & Notes
Meet Sweden’s Newest Power Hockey Twins | The Hockey News on Sports Illustrated
Sweden can claim to have the best twins in hockey history thanks to Daniel and Henrik Sedin. They’re looking to bring the next two to the hockey forefront thanks to Mattias and Hugo Hävelid.
Winnipeg Jets re-sign defenceman Logan Stanley | TSN
The 6’ 7” defender has re-signed to a two-year, $1.8 million contract.
Gourde Excited for Chance in Seattle Even with Start Delayed | The Hockey News on Sports Illustrated
After winning two straight Stanley Cup titles, Yanni Gourde has one of the more impressive resumes among the players selected by the Seattle Kraken in the NHL expansion draft. He’s ready for the next challenge.
Buffalo Sabres hire ex-captain Michael Peca as minor league assistant coach | ESPN
Former Buffalo Sabres captain Michael Peca is rejoining the organization after being hired Tuesday to become an assistant coach of the team’s American Hockey League affiliate in Rochester, New York.
How much longer will this Capitals Stanley Cup window remain open? | NBC Sports
I mean, one could argue that the window is already closed, and has been for a couple of years.
Montreal Canadiens assistant Alex Burrows signs three-year contract | TSN
Burrows, 40, joined the Canadiens’ coaching staff on Feb. 24 when Dominique Ducharme was named interim head coach after Claude Julien and associate coach Kirk Muller were let go.
Former Avalanche reveals intense details about being teammates with Nathan MacKinnon | Colorado Hockey Now
Details from a recent interview with former Avalanche D-man Nikita Zadorov reveal just how insane of a teammate Nathan MacKinnon can be.