Friday's Dump & Chase: Captains
The Blues made the choice of Pietrangelo for captain official on Thursday, as well as Team Canada announcing its on-ice leadership group for the upcoming World Cup of Hockey. Around the league, Connor McDavid is just twiddling his thumbs in anticipation of camp to receive his letter. The choice for
Predators Announce Single-Game Ticket Promotions for 2016-17 Season - Nashville Predators
Those are certainly some promotions.
With Sidney Crosby as captain, Canada roster set for World Cup - Sportsnet.ca
There are few things as anti-climatic as Team Canada announcing their captain and alternates.
Coyotes acquire Bolland, Crouse for picks - TSN
The move is a gamble on both sides. The Panthers are betting that their current group of young players is ready for the big time, and the Coyotes took on salary to acquire a prospect who isn't a sure thing.
Panthers need to keep Luongo rested and refreshed after offseason hip surgery – ProHockeyTalk Just make sure there isn't any e coli.
Five NHL story lines that need resolutions as offseason winds down | USA Today
Hampus Lindholm still hasn't been re-signed, which is a little important.
Pittsburgh Penguins' Patric Hornqvist looking to keep Stanley Cup momentum rolling into the World Cup of Hockey | ESPN
Hornqvist, despite the small amount of buzz he's gotten from being on the Penguins, is still criminally underrated.
Colorado Avalanche hire Jared Bednar as head coach - CBC Sports
Can he replicate his success with Cleveland in Colorado?
Predicting the Jets' Statistical Leaders This Season | The Hockey Writers
Dustin Byfuglien as the penalty leader for the Winnipeg Jets is easy money--if the bet would win you more than pennies on the dollar, anyway.
Sabres take variable ticket pricing a step further with dynamic pricing | Hockeybuzz
This seems like a horrible idea.
Bill Foley might have new domain names, team could be called Las Vegas Desert Knights | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Who knew domain registry stalking counted as journalism?
Taylor Hall says the honest thing, not the ‘right’ thing, about trade to Devils | The Hockey News
Hockey players speaking their mind is always refreshing.