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Thursday’s Dump & Chase: “Too Easy”

In which Bettman calls cancelling the rest of the season “too easy”, the PWHPA unveils a new regional plan for its second season, and who is on your #Preds Mount Rushmore?

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Nashville Predators News & Notes

Who’s On Your Nashville Predators Mount Rushmore? | On the Forecheck
In case you didn’t already know for some reason, we all love Pekka Rinne.

Other Hockey News & Notes

Report: Bettman not contemplating cancelling remainder of NHL season | Sportsnet
“I don’t want to sound Pollyanna, but cancelling is too easy a solution. That means you stop working hard to do all of the things that we’re doing, and I ultimately believe that there will be an opportunity.”

Translation: I don’t want to lose all that money.

Bill Daly: June NHL Draft decision could come next week | TSN
While Bettman continues to put off making a decision as time is running out, Bill Daly does much of the same. At least we’ve got a time frame to work with here.

Pro women’s hockey association unveils five-city regional plan | Sportsnet
The Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association enters its second season with plans to regionalize its structure by basing players in five hub cities, while also continuing its Dream Gap Tour series of barnstorming stops across North America.

Arizona governor opens door for pro sports return in state | Pro Hockey Talk
#HubCitySZN

Report: Coyotes and president Ahron Cohen part ways amid league’s pause | ESPN
Speaking of Arizona.... with a critical offseason ahead, when the Coyotes will try to sign former league MVP Taylor Hall long term, the organization and president Ahron Cohen parted ways.

Imaginary NHL Olympics 2022: Projecting Germany’s roster | The Hockey News
Psh... was Marcel Goc hypothetically not available or something?

Tucker’s Streaming Suggestion Of The Week - The Disaster Artist

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

Genre: Comedy

Starring: James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Ari Graynor

Director: James Franco

Synopsis: An aspiring filmmaker Tommy Wiseau (James Franco) and actor Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) move to Los Angeles to look for Hollywood stardom. Using his own money, Wiseau writes, directs and stars in ‘The Room,’ a critically-maligned movie that becomes a cult classic.

Runtime: 103 minutes