We all knew it was likely coming, but the NHL formally announced yesterday that their players will not be participating in the Winter Olympics.
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NHL announces that there will not be an Olympic break, NHL Players will not be able to participate in 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) December 22, 2021
NHL Players Lose the Most by Missing Olympics | The Hockey News
With the NHL skipping the Olympics, it’s a bad deal for just about everybody, but the players lose most of all. A generation of young stars denied their debuts in 2018 now will have to wait until 2026 at the very least.
AHL Cancels 2022 All-Star Classic Amid COVID-19 Surge | The Hockey News
The AHL has officially canceled the 2022 All-Star Classic that was set to be hosted by the Laval Rocket due to surging COVID-19 cases.
Flames pledge to remain in Saddledome after new arena deal collapses | Sportsnet
Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation says rising costs associated with the project are preventing the organization from continuing to pursue a new event centre in the city, but pledged to remain in the Scotiabank Saddledome.
Top 4 NHL Trade Candidates to Watch in 2022: Central Division | The Hockey News
With the roster freeze in effect, here’s a look at four of the top NHL trade candidates from the Central Division heading into 2022.
Jon Cooper placed in COVID-19 protocol, doesn’t coach Tampa Bay Lightning in last game before holiday break | ESPN
The Tampa Bay Lightning were without coach Jon Cooper against the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday night after he was placed in COVID-19 protocol earlier in the day.