Daily Cupcakes: October 10th, 2017



Colorado Avalanche

Duchene shrugs off Forsberg comments after Avalanche win. Center doesn’t take Hall of Famer’s call for benching personally. [NHL]

Varlamov stops 29 shots; Avs beat B’s again in Boston, 4-0. [National Post]

Avalanche hasn’t allowed an even-strength goal, but special teams have been substandard. Colorado’s six goals-against are made up of five opponent power-play goals and one shorthanded tally. [Denver Post]

Love that dirty water; Boston is Avalanche’s home away from home.  [BSN Denver]

The Rest of the Game


Go behind the scenes with the local firm shaping the Blue Jackets’ game day experience (Video). [Biz Journals]

Crosby insists Penguins’ White House visit is ‘not about politics’. [CBC]

Matheson signs eight-year contract with Panthers. Defenseman reportedly gets $4.875 million per season. [NHL]

Ovechkin’s goal-scoring spree reminds us this is a unique time for the NHL. [Toronto Sun]

Thompson followed in father’s footsteps to NHL with Blues. Forward son of Bridgeport coach Brent Thompson, former defenseman. [NHL]

NHL milestones within reach during the 2017-18 season. [Sporting News]

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