Nashville News & Notes
Nashville Predators Possible Trade Options for 2021 Offseason | thehockeywriters.com
With Viktor Arvidsson gone, lots of options for the future have opened up.
If Viktor Arvidsson wasn't happy, what other Nashville Predators aren't? | tennessean.com
Trading Viktor Arvidsson could signal additional Nashville Predators moves this offseason, but not for the reasons we'd have assumed.
The Arvidsson trade sparked Smashville speculation about who might (want to) be next.
Hockey News & Notes
Canadiens vs. Lightning Top Six Minutes: Let’s keep this party going | Eyes On The Prize
Habs weren’t ready for last call, especially that Anderson fella
If you missed the game, here is the quickest and most fun recap out there.
Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks dies in tragic accident | The Cannon
The Latvian was just 24 years old
Heartbreaking news in the NHL to wake up to. OTF is thinking of his family, his team, and his country.
Matiss Kivlenieks last career game was a 38 save shutout win vs Team Canada in the 2021 IIHF World Championship as Latvia upset Canada 2-0 in his hometown of Riga.— ⚪⚫Canes Stats⚫⚪ (@CanesStats) July 5, 2021
Jake Gardiner: Should he stay or should he go? | Canes Country
The Hurricanes have players they need to keep, moves they need to make and only so much cap space with which to do it this summer. Finding a way to get Jake Gardiner’s deal off the books would create some flexibility.
The financial Jenga in the offseason begins.
NHL Rumours Seth Jones Columbus Blue Jackets | TSN.ca
Should the Leafs go all in for Seth Jones?
Where will Jones end up?
2021 NWHL Draft Recap: Boston Pride | The Ice Garden
Boston adds a depth center and a big, bruising winger in the draft.
These two picks are a solid start for the upcoming season’s roster.
Tune in to @NatGeoTV NOW for tonight's episode of Breaking Bobby Bones, featuring #TeamUSA's very own @MrBenjaminBoom! pic.twitter.com/L8HWhIsaJE— USA Hockey (@usahockey) July 5, 2021
Gold medal winning U.S.A. National Men’s Team member Ralph De Quebec introduces Bobby Bones and viewers to the fun and physicality of sled hockey.
Am I the only one who pictures Josh Anderson, Carey Price, and Cole Caufield walking around Montreal this morning singing this?