My apologies to the casual fans who often wander into Dan’s Daily for NHL trade rumors, free agent and little insider tidbits, but at this point in the season the GMs are shutting it down to see what they’ve got. Jim Rutherford is one of the few who doesn’t mind driving and handling in October. So, you’re stuck with actual hockey news, like the hot Alberta battle resume after last season’s slobberknocker streak. The Toronto media is already overwhelmed by Matt Murray. Wayne Symonds is open to trade, but so far, there hasn’t been any trader, and the Pittsburgh penguins have stayed the same.
Oh, and Evgeny Malkin spoke to the media for the second time in a month. That’s like a lot.
Pittsburgh Penguins / Steelers, Pirates
Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Training Notebook. The Penguins may get a break by facing a reserve goalkeeper tonight, and PO Joseph will remain in the lineup. penguins news.
The Penguins’ selection in the first round was given a huge honour. His name is Swift Current Broncos Owen Pickering Team captain.
PHN +: “We’re all kids here…” Video, optimism and fun Yevgeny Malkin.
PHN+: Finally – a healthy dose of good gameplay from Jason Zucker.
- This is very bad news for Minka Fitzpatrick and both players will be absent on Sunday. Steelers injury update.
- Tampa Bay receiver Mike Evans wouldn’t call it Acrisure. “It’s always Heinz Field to me.”
- I remember consecutive losses in 1989. The worst was until… last week. The Steelers can bounce back like the old Steelers she did?
Pittsburgh baseball now:
- The coaching staff is back as is, despite another season of losing 100 to Pittsburgh Pirates.
- PBN+: Gee, at least brass is tired of losing. John Perrotto does not spare his feelings in his country hacker analysis.
- PBN+: The night is etched in our collective memory. On the night the pirates had put into their hands the anchorage of the world championship. The night Mr. Prem was safe. It was the worst night in sports history in Pittsburgh and it changed forever Pittsburgh Pirates.
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NHL News & National Hockey Now:
Montreal Hockey Now: Canadians have a $1.8 million LTIR space. They’ll wait… they’ll wait. While the beacons of the NHL trade market, GM Kent Hughes lie in the weeds, and Montreal Canadiens They are waiting to strike.
Boston Hockey Now: An agent spoke to our BHN boys – who don’t want to be David Pasternak Or his agent now?
Sportsnet: The Battle of Alberta resumes tonight. It’s going to be fierce, physical and gorgeous to watch, and the Battle of Alberta only got better with last season’s epic supplement series.
Sportsnet Toronto: Early season takeaways (yes, they’ll start three games per season). One big takeaway is the Toronto goalkeepers, Matt Murray and Ilya Samsonov, who you thought they were. This is not good news for leaves.
TSN: Not exactly popular NHL trade chatter, but after waivers cleared, Wayne Symonds is open to the trade but wants to be with a competitor.
I dare say if Symonds wants to play in the NHL this season, he’ll need to downgrade. Brian Boyle is also sitting at home after a very good season with the Penguins.
Washington Hockey Now: Another leak? Is this the men’s reverse jersey for Washington Capitals?
The New York Times: Two months ago, Stephen Rosner was the first to tell the story — the islanders will appear in the fisherman’s past. And – it was on the spot. The latest leak has a full mockup. New York Islanders Retro shirts.
Last month we reported on the re-emergence of Pittsburgh penguins’ robot pigeons as well.
yuk trio. The era of clutches and grabs could still be dead, along with those awful catchphrases of the late ’90s when everything had to be new or different to be great.
Philly: The Flyers are missing their No. 1, center, and RW guns. Owen Tibbett hit the second row as RW, and somehow, the Flyers beat the Devils 5-2. ‘We played our ass’ John Tortorella said of his butt. Philadelphia Flyers.
San Jose: Gotta see the stirring salute. The San Jose Sharks have now honored their Hurricane Defense Man, Brent Burns.
Vegas: The team is recovering, and Paul Cotter kicks in the door. There is a good battle of the Sixth Inferior Ice Time with Vegas Golden Nights.