Saturday’s Dump & Chase: Revolving Door
Lots of news related to the NHL’s re-opening plan today.
Pekka Rinne Scores NHL Fan Choice Goal of the Year | On the Forecheck
Yeah he does!
Anson Carter on racism in hockey | ProHockeyTalk | NBC Sports
"” .. I don’t have that same ability to take the skin off my shoulders like shoulder pads and hang it up and say ‘OK, onto the next thing, I’ll go live my life now,'” Carter said. “This is my reality. And, when you think about it that way, people start to get exactly what everyone’s talking about.”"
Vegas will be NHL hub city for Stanley Cup Playoffs when play resumes | Sportsnet.ca
And absolutely nobody was surprised. I was going to grumble about the start times, but they're probably going to have rolling starts all day whatever time zone the hub would have been in, so...meh.
Unidentified Bruin tests positive for coronavirus | ProHockeyTalk | NBC Sports
I hope the player and his family remain safe and well. I really don't like this re-opening deal, start times notwithstanding.
Why the Riveters need another scoring threat | The Ice Garden
And I thought the Preds' offense had problems with being one-dimensional.
Oilers prospect Dmitri Samorukov expected to sign in KHL for 2020-21 season | Sportsnet.ca
I was going to say "whom among us" but it sounds like Samorukov just doesn't want to remain in lockdown.
Melnyk Addresses Organ Project Controversy | Silver Seven
An update on the Melnyk thing. Meanwhile, over the last week, Senators fans have raised tens of thousands of dollars that have actually gone to an organ-related charity, instead of, uh, public awareness about organs? I don't know.
Gold-medal winning twins to receive North Dakota’s top honor | ProHockeyTalk | NBC Sports
Identifying twins by name as the second- and third-youngest people to get an award is a power move on the AP's part. Sorry, Monique Lamoreux-Morando. Just this once, being the older twin isn’t something to brag about, I guess.