Daily Cupcakes: September 28th, 2017
The Avs’ kids are taking over – finally. [BSN Denver]
2017-18 season preview: Colorado Avalanche. [ESPN]
Toronto Maple Leafs’ sojourn to Quebec City brings up all sorts of bittersweet hockey memories. The fans in these parts don’t need another Roch Carrier story to rekindle their dislike of the Leafs sweater — and the NHL-sized hole in their heart. [National Post]
Soderberg wants more offense, “But it depends where the coach wants to play me”. [BSN Denver]
The Rest of the Game
Kody Clark following path to NHL blazed by his father, Leafs legend Wendel. [The Telegraph]
NHL offers online access to 100 years of player, team, game stats. Box scores, information for every game since 1917 available on NHL.com. [NHL]
Why the Panthers need everything to go “just right” to get the offense back on track. They no longer have Jagr, but they have Jamie McGinn. [The Hockey News]
NHL approves rule penalizing unsuccessful off-side challenges. [Sportsnet]
Sharks’ Ward, one of NHL’s few black players, may kneel for anthem. [The Mercury News]
Predators’ P.K. Subban says he’ll ‘never’ protest during national anthem. [USA Today]
4 thoughts on “Daily Cupcakes: September 28th, 2017”
Great piece by Cole on the Avs kids and why the front office should leave the waiver wire alone for now. Highly recommend.
I agree 100% the Avs should let the kids grow and see what we’ve got. It’s hard to imagine picking anyone up on waivers worth delaying that.
Articles like the ESPN one are annoying, but from a national perspective they haven’t done anything to improve. Seventh place is a reasonable prediction. I just think the Avs have made moves to at least start in the right direction. I hope they surprise people. (I’ve been hoping that the last few years).
Fly by writers aren’t picking up on the addition by subtraction piece: no Beauch, no Iggy [god bless him, but he was done].
The Avs haven’t made themselves worth more than a quick flyby. I’m beside myself with excitement that they will.
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