Thursday’s Dump & Chase: Deck The Hall
In which Jarome Inginla gets elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Lightning reopen their practice facilty, and Calgary makes plans for their new arena.
Nashville Predators News & Notes
Rinne vs. Ayres: Greatest Moments of the NHL Season ... So Far reaches final | NHL.com
David Ayres and Pekka Rinne each did something spectacular this season, and now the goalies are going head-to-head in the final of Greatest Moments of the NHL Season … So Far.
Rinne is most likely not going to win, but if you’d like to vote for Pekka you have until 10 AM this morning.
The final matchup in the Greatest Moments of the Season... So Far bracket is here!— NHL (@NHL) June 24, 2020
Who are you picking between David Ayres and Pekka Rinne?
Vote NOW ⬇️⬇️
Other Hockey News & Notes
Iginla, St-Pierre, Holland headline 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame class | Sportsnet
- Full Class:
- Marián Hossa (This one is just ABSURD to me. Marián Hossa is a first-ballot hall of famer?)
- Kevin Lowe
- Kim St-Pierre
- Doug Wilson
- Ken Holland/
Flyers’ Lindblom skates with team as chem treatments near end | Sportsnet
I mean this is great and everything... but isn’t someone on chemo treatments ridiculously high-risk during a pandemic?
Newly installed Coyotes president says top priority is arena solution | ESPN
New Coyotes president Xavier Gutierrez says the years-long issue of finding the team a long-term venue in Arizona remains the front office’s leading priority.
Report: Tampa Bay Lightning reopen practice facility | Yahoo! Sports
Given the diagnoses from last week, and the state of Florida’s current record uptick in positive cases ... we’ll just see how good of an idea this is.
Biggest winners and losers in NHL Draft losers in NHL Draft Lottery history | Sportsnet
Ahead of the first phase of the NHL’s modified draft lottery Friday, Sportsnet took a look at the biggest winners and losers in the history of the event.
Future Hall of Famers for all 31 NHL teams | ESPN
Pekka Rinne: Hall of Famer or not?
Vancouver Canucks F Reid Boucher signs with KHL club | TSN
The 26-year-old, who was scheduled to become a restricted free agent after this season, has signed a one-year contract with Avangard Omsk for next season.
Calgary sets timelines, design, construction firms for Flames arena | Sportsnet