Friday’s Dump & Chase: Looking Ahead
It’s been and up and down week for hockey fans, and we have links that cover the gambit.
Nashville News & Notes
Fisher, Preds Foundation Host Annual Clay Shoot to Benefit Community NHL.com
Celebrities, Partners, Fans Team Up to Raise Money for Middle Tennessee Charities During CATCHIN' DEERS Mike Fisher Celebrity Clay Shoot, Presented by Cooper Steel.
Mike Fisher and friends spent time this week raising money for the Predators Foundation.
We are hosting a food drive with @2HarvestMidTN before Saturday’s game! Drop off any of the items listed below at Main and South doors, or purchase items from our Amazon Wish List!— Preds Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub (@PredsFoundation) October 28, 2021
🔗: https://t.co/kSjaww2xT2 pic.twitter.com/0HXcuhbidk
Going to the game on Saturday? Bring some items for Second Harvest Food Bank!
Hockey News & Notes
Joel Quenneville resigns as Florida Panthers coach in wake of Chicago Blackhawks' sexual abuse case | espn.com
Joel Quenneville has resigned as Panthers coach after an investigation into the Blackhawks' sexual abuse case revealed he had knowledge of the allegations when he was Chicago's coach in 2010.
This is the latest development regarding the Chicago Blackhawks 2010 sexual abuse case, but hopefully it won’t be the last.
Blackhawks' sexual abuse case explained: A timeline of the allegations and everything else you need to know | CBSSports.com
The NHL fined Chicago $2 million for failing to take swift action against a video coach who sexually assaulted a player in 2010.
A summary of the situation that unfolded in Chicago back in 2010 and the repercussions through today.
We will take it! 🤣 pic.twitter.com/cAvOnkeF0h— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) October 24, 2021
Brandon Duhaime had quite a night in his first NHL start!
How Andrew Mangiapane is becoming one of the NHL's best goal scorers sportsnet.ca
When you think of the most dangerous goal scorers in the NHL, names such as Auston Matthews, Alex Ovechkin, Steven Stamkos and David Pastrnak come to mind. But, as Justin Bourne writes, don't sleep on Andrew Mangiapane.
Not the first name I think of when it comes to “major offensive production”, but Mangiapane’s too busy scoring goals to care.
Nikita Kucherov injury update: Lightning star out 8-10 weeks with lower-body injury | Sporting News
Kucherov will miss a minimum of two months following surgery on Tuesday.
This is a tough loss for a Lightning team that has had some struggles in their first eight games.
You've Lost Our Trust, Hockey | The Hockey News on Sports Illustrated
High-powered decision makers have doubled and tripled down on passing the buck in the wake of Kyle Beach sharing the details of being sexually assaulted. The only way to safely help victims is a third-party support system independent of the NHL.
How does the NHL move forward and make effective changes to culture and policy...or has the league shown it isn’t capable of doing that hard work?
Have a great weekend, hockey friends.