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Pavel Francouz suffered a lower-body injury in Tuesday night’s preseason game, reports Colorado Hockey Now’s Scott MacDonald. While head coach Jared Bednar denied that the issue was related to Francouz’s 2020-21 issues, it is hard to feel confident about the veteran goaltender playing on two surgically-repaired hips when he is already experiencing another injury. There is expected to be an update on Francouz’s condition later this week. 

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16 hours ago, Regis22 said:

Ok this is hockey related but also coivid related . 
Mr wvsnder Kane is now under investigation for providing a fake proof of vaccination.  Ladies and gentleman , here is another dumb@ss🤦‍♂️

 

What's the next thing he's going to be investigated for?  

 

 

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NHL.com.  Calgary forward Blake Coleman has suspended one preseason and one regular season game for boarding Winnipeg Jansen Harkens.  The incident occurred at 6:15 of the second period.  Coleman was given a minor for boarding and was fined $24,500.  

 

 

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The International Ice Hockey Federation has begun to announce the first three NHL players who will represent each of the 12 teams competing in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics men’s hockey tournament.

NHL players are returning to Olympic competition for the first time since 2014 in Sochi, Russia. The puck drops on the tournament Feb. 9 with the gold medal game scheduled for Feb. 20.


Here are the first three players announced for each team so far.

Canada
Sidney Crosby
Connor McDavid
Alex Pieterangelo

Czech Republic
Ondrej Palat
David Pastrnak
Jakub Voracek

Finland
Sebastian Aho
Aleksander Barkov
Mikko Rantanen

Sweden
Victor Hedman
Gabriel Landeskog
Mika Zibanejad

United States
Seth Jones
Patrick Kane
Auston Matthews

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13 minutes ago, electron58 said:

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The International Ice Hockey Federation has begun to announce the first three NHL players who will represent each of the 12 teams competing in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics men’s hockey tournament.

NHL players are returning to Olympic competition for the first time since 2014 in Sochi, Russia. The puck drops on the tournament Feb. 9 with the gold medal game scheduled for Feb. 20.

Here are the first three players announced for each team so far.

Canada
Sidney Crosby
Connor McDavid
Alex Pieterangelo

Czech Republic
Ondrej Palat
David Pastrnak
Jakub Voracek

Finland
Sebastian Aho
Aleksander Barkov
Mikko Rantanen

Sweden
Victor Hedman
Gabriel Landeskog
Mika Zibanejad

United States
Seth Jones
Patrick Kane
Auston Matthews

Germany
Leon Draisaitl
Philipp Grubauer
Moritz Seider

Latvia
Rudolfs Balcers
Zemgus Girgensons
Kristians Rubins

Slovakia
Erik Cernak
Jaroslav Halak
Andrej Sekera

Switzerland
Nico Hischier
Roman Josi
Timo Meier

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3 hours ago, electron58 said:

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The International Ice Hockey Federation has begun to announce the first three NHL players who will represent each of the 12 teams competing in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics men’s hockey tournament.

NHL players are returning to Olympic competition for the first time since 2014 in Sochi, Russia. The puck drops on the tournament Feb. 9 with the gold medal game scheduled for Feb. 20.

Here are the first three players announced for each team so far.

Canada
Sidney Crosby
Connor McDavid
Alex Pieterangelo

Czech Republic
Ondrej Palat
David Pastrnak
Jakub Voracek

Finland
Sebastian Aho
Aleksander Barkov
Mikko Rantanen

Sweden
Victor Hedman
Gabriel Landeskog
Mika Zibanejad

United States
Seth Jones
Patrick Kane
Auston Matthews

Germany
Leon Draisaitl
Philipp Grubauer
Moritz Seider

Latvia
Rudolfs Balcers
Zemgus Girgensons
Kristians Rubins

Slovakia
Erik Cernak
Jaroslav Halak
Andrej Sekera

Switzerland
Nico Hischier
Roman Josi
Timo Meier

Denmark

Nikolaj Ehlers, Oliver Bjorkstrand, Alexander True

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The Florida Panthers locked up the most important piece of their franchise today. General Manager Bill Zito signed captain Aleksander Barkov to an extension, keeping the Finn with the team who first drafted him in 2013. The extension runs through the next eight years worth $80 million. The salary comes with a $10 million cap hit plus lots of signing bonuses. Well, I guess he's out of our picture!

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https://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2021/10/9/22717484/montreal-canadiens-news-carolina-hurricanes-feud-has-a-new-chapter-marc-bergevin-salary-cap-barkov

The NHL CBA requires teams to play six preseason games.

only played four. According to

, there's thought that the only reason the NHL noticed was because they were told by

. Oh boy.

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3 hours ago, Regis22 said:

https://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2021/10/9/22717484/montreal-canadiens-news-carolina-hurricanes-feud-has-a-new-chapter-marc-bergevin-salary-cap-barkov

The NHL CBA requires teams to play six preseason games.

only played four. According to

, there's thought that the only reason the NHL noticed was because they were told by

. Oh boy.

Nobody likes a rat!

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NHL.com.  Washington center Alex Ovechkin left the team's final preseason against Philadelphia with a leg injury after hitting Travis Konecny in the left circle in the offensive zone.  After play stopped, Ovechkin got up coasted to the bench and limped to the locker room.  He will be evaluated tomorrow.  

 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, Regis22 said:

https://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2021/10/9/22717484/montreal-canadiens-news-carolina-hurricanes-feud-has-a-new-chapter-marc-bergevin-salary-cap-barkov

The NHL CBA requires teams to play six preseason games.

only played four. According to

, there's thought that the only reason the NHL noticed was because they were told by

. Oh boy.

LOL......How could the league not know this? 

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The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed coach Jon Cooper to a three-year contract extension through the 2024-25 season.  Cooper is 383-197-53 for a .647 points percentage. It is the second highest points percentage in NHL history among coaches with a minimum of 500 games, behind only Scotty Bowman (.657 in 2,141 games).

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