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NHL.com.  Columbus has sent center Pierre Luc Dubois and a third round pick in 2022 to Winnipeg for forwards Patrik Laine and Jack Roslovic.  Roslovic has agreed to terms on a two year $3.8 million contract.  Coach John Tortorella had benched DuBois and confirmed that Dubois had told the team he longer wanted to play for them.  

 

 

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13 minutes ago, jennifer_rocket said:

Winners and losers of the CLB/WPG trade? I feel like Columbus came out ahead.

We won't really know until we see which player has the first hissy fit with their new team.

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4 hours ago, CANADIENS27 said:

ESPN.com.  Winnipeg has placed forwards Patrik Laine (upper body) and Nate Thompson (lower body) on injured reserve.  Defenseman Dylan DeMelo has been added to the active roster.  

 

 

 

 

I think that maybe, just maybe, that Winnipeg also placed Laine on the doesn’t play for them list as well.

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NHL.com.  Detroit goaltender Jimmy Howard has retired after 11 seasons.  He finishes with a 246-196-70 record during the regular season with .912 save percentage, 2.62 GAA, and 24 shutouts.  In the playoffs, he had a 21-26 record with .918 save percentage, a 2.58 GAA, and three shutouts.  

 

 

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Vancouver Canucks and Jake Virtanen Soap Opera Continues
By: Erin Butler | January 31, 2021

Jake Virtanen and his time with the Vancouver Canucks is over in every way, but officially.

Looks like Jake Virtanen has worn out his welcome.

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As per comments by Elliotte Friedman on Saturday’s Headlines report, Sam Bennett would like to be moved by the Flames. Friedman noted, “I did call his agent, Darren Ferris, who said, ‘yes, that’s true, he would like it to be considered.” Another unhappy camper.

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9 hours ago, electron58 said:

Didn't he play for the Detroit Red Wings back in the day?

Yes. Back in those days the Hamilton junior team was owned by Detroit. The St. Catherine's Black Hawks team was owned by Chicago. Oshawa Generals owned by Boston(Bobby Orr). Montreal Jr. Canadiens (Peterborough Petes sponsored by the Habs) owned by the Habs. Toronto Marlboroughs  owned by Toronto and the Kitchener Rangers were owned by the New York Rangers. Going to Junior A games we saw a lot of the up and coming stars play.

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The NHL has announced the New Jersey Devils have been forced to postpone three games this week after four more players tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.

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9 hours ago, habs1952 said:

Yes. Back in those days the Hamilton junior team was owned by Detroit. The St. Catherine's Black Hawks team was owned by Chicago. Oshawa Generals owned by Boston(Bobby Orr). Montreal Jr. Canadiens (Peterborough Petes sponsored by the Habs) owned by the Habs. Toronto Marlboroughs  owned by Toronto and the Kitchener Rangers were owned by the New York Rangers. Going to Junior A games we saw a lot of the up and coming stars play.

Yeah. I guess those days ended in 1969. The 1969 NHL Amateur Draft was held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec. This draft is notable for being the first NHL draft to be conducted after the league ended direct sponsorship of junior hockey.

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