Thursday, May 25, 2017
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Dubas' name came up in rumors last year, when his services were reportedly being sought by the Coyotes, and some thought he might be in the running for the Sabres General Manager job, which was recently awarded to former Penguins Assistant GM Jason Botteril. Could this be a plan hatched by the Leafs to have Dubas go to Colorado, trade them Nathan MacKinnon for a bag of pucks, then return to Toronto in a few year's time?
On COL/Dubas, as mentioned on-air, not sure where it stands. But there were conversations. Question is: still a possibility or closed-off?— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) May 24, 2017
Per a source, Simek's deal is $925k at NHL level next season. Sandberg $742.5k in 17-18, $792.5k in 18-19 #SJSharks— Kevin Kurz (@KKurzNBCS) May 23, 2017
Monday, May 22, 2017
In other news, Arvidsson was bloodied after the hit, in the shape of an "R." Not really sure why it's news, but it seems to be.
#Preds Pekka Rinne is 10-1 with a 1.46 GAA and .944 SV% in his last 11 postseason starts at home— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) May 23, 2017
So there you have it.
thank goodness arvidsson is okay because holy hell nick ritchie zorro-marked him pic.twitter.com/lYmR1L589z— Alex Prewitt (@alex_prewitt) May 23, 2017
Sunday, May 21, 2017
So, what should you do when your team trails by a touchdown late in the third period of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final? How about try to take Scott Wilson's head off? That's what Ottawa's Tommy Wingels went with--and he nearly succeeded. Will the NHL's Department of Player Safety make its presence felt? Stay tuned...
We almost made it through a whole game without an elbow to the head, but alas I present you Wingels on Wilson.— Jim (@PandaPSU) May 21, 2017
Yay, NHL. pic.twitter.com/GoNCEzVzfz
Karlsson says he'll be fine for Game 6 #Sens— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) May 21, 2017
He'll need to be. The Senators aren't the same team without Karlsson, and they have zero momentum after suffering a humiliating 7-0 defeat to the Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on Sunday. Only one of those goals came with Karlsson on the ice. Pittsburgh went 3-for-3 on the power play and outshot the Senators 36-25. Game 6 is Tuesday night in Ottawa.
Karlsson, Brassard and Ceci were rested. All will were good enough to come back. #Sens— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) May 21, 2017