Monday’s Dump & Chase: Lightning Strikes Twice

Predators play second consecutive game against Lightning tonight.

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Wisconsin Intact and Ready To Run | CHN Hockey
Ty Emberson had never played a season like this—playing without a full team until halfway through the year.

This Week in Hockey East: Boston University players ‘don’t think it’s very fair for us to be held back when other teams aren’t in similar situations’ |
Predators prospect David Farrance chimes in to talk college hockey and the situation at Boston University.

Weekend Roundup: Omaha Earns Hard-Fought Split with ND | CHN Hockey
BG, UConn, UMass, Wisconsin, Minnesota, UMD all finish sweeps.

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Report: DeAngelo, Georgiev Allegedly had ‘Altercation’ Following Loss vs Pittsburgh | Blueshirt Banter
Sometimes the trash does take itself out. DeAngelo, having burnt his second relationship with an NHL franchise, has been placed on waivers. DeAngelo also was previously suspended by both the OHL and AHL for unprofessional conduct.

Jets’ Dubois stuck in quarantine as federal government mulls exception | Sportsnet
“The Manitoba government is comfortable with Pierre-Luc Dubois being granted what was called a ‘working quarantine’ for players during training camp, which would allow him to skate in this upcoming week,” [Chris] Johnston said. “But the federal government has yet to weigh in on that matter.”

Toronto Six score six goals against Connecticut Whale, clinch top seed in Isobel Cup group |
The Toronto Six have clinched the first seed in their group at the National Women’s Hockey League Isobel Cup playoffs.