Daily Cupcakes: October 5th, 2017


Colorado Avalanche

Duncan Siemens clears waivers, examines situation with Avalanche. He’s still under contract, and still has a chance to play in the NHL this season. [Denver Post]

Despite ‘active past few days,’ Senators GM Dorion happy with opening-day roster… even without Matt Duchene on his team. [Ottawa Senators]

Avalanche rookie J.T. Compher gets a different look at Madison Square Garden. The Avs plays afternoon games Saturday in New Jersey and Monday in Boston before returning home. [Denver Post]

One burning question facing all 31 NHL teams. The question facing the Colorado Avalanche is a rather boring one. [USA Today]

Stan Kroenke bids UK£525m for Alisher Usmanov’s Arsenal shares. [Sports Pro Media]

The Rest of the League

The NHL opening day roster includes 66 former ECHL players. [ECHL]

Vancouver Canucks: No love from NHL experts across the web. [The Canuck Way]

Will Butcher boosts Devils blue line. [The Hockey Writers]

Progress doesn’t always come in a straight line in NHL. Leafs like their chances to improve but know teams will be ready for them this season. [The Star]

The modern NHL is a young man’s league. And it’s getting younger. And better. [The Washington Post]

Daniel Winnik found a new home for one season. [Duluth News Tribune]

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