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Monday’s Dump & Chase: Concluded

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With the parade complete, all festivities surrounding the 2021 NHL season are officially concluded.

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NHL Rumour Roundup: Will this be the summer of the blockbuster trade? (sportsnet.ca)

It’s officially the off-season and there’s not much time for three major events to unfold, so we can expect the movement to start coming at us fast.

McDavid says Oilers are close to contending after Canadiens’ run to Final (nhl.com)

Wait, the team trying to add a diminishing Duncan Keith to be on their second pair thinks that they’re close to the Cup?

2021 ESPYS award winners (espn.com)

Patrick Kane won best NHL player—but, before crucifying ESPN, the ESPY’s are a fan-vote. So it’s just the United States as a whole that’s a bunch of morons who don’t know who Connor McDavid is.

Report: Labanc among Sharks players available for trade | theScore.com

The San Jose Sharks are ramping up trade discussions with other teams, and winger Kevin Labanc is the most prominent name among the potentially available players, reports The Athletic’s Kevin Kurz.

NHL Rumours trades San Jose Sharks - TSN.ca

Again, the Sharks are heavily featured.

Power Lawyer Kessler Now Representing RMU Players in Fight for Reinstatement : College Hockey News

In case anyone is out of the loop, Robert Morris University (RMU) cut both their men’s and women’s D1 hockey programs without any warning. The rumored cause was that the cost of upgrading other facilities ended up being more than they expected, and they needed to find a way to save money in other areas.

Anyways, Jeffery Kessler is an incredible attorney, and he should sort things out for the athletes sooner rather than later.