Daily Cupcakes: October 11th, 2017

Colorado Avalanche


Situation still not perfect, but Duchene earning respect of teammates. [BSN Denver]

Avalanche announce new AHL affiliate in Colorado Eagles. [The Chronicle Herald]

The Rest of the Game


Blackhawks coach Quenneville calls faceoff violation enforcement an ‘epidemic’. [The Globe and Mail]

Win in Anaheim a long-time coming for Flames, it only took 13 years… and 30 tries to get there! [National Post]

Windsor man faces lifetime ban for tossing first octopus at Little Caesars Arena. [CBC]

Karl Subban hopes to inspire parents with new book. [Montreal Gazette]

Chronically ill 4th-grader signs with college hockey team. [The Washington Post]

No advertisements on the boards: Golden Knights honor Las Vegas shooting victims in unique way. [USA Today]

Pittsburgh Penguins visited Trump and it was as awkward as you think. Trump wasn’t given a jersey. Trump wasn’t given a chance to touch the Cup. Crosby even hid when Trump tried to bring him to the front. Awkward. [Daily Hive]


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