Daily Cupcakes: December 20th, 2017
Barrie scores twice and Avs hold off Penguins. [TSN]
The Christmas Good, Bad and Ugly on the Colorado Avalanche week. [BSN Denver]
The Morning After: Three stars, seven takeaways from the Avalanche’s victory over Pittsburgh. [Denver Post]
The Rest of the Game
CBC says Stollery a “strong candidate” for Canadian Olympic Team. [The Mack Report]
Kevin Shattenkirk is adapting to his new role with the Rangers. [Last Word on Hockey]
Phil Kessel’s Christmas present brings young Penguins fan to tears. [Puck Daddy]
As the NHL celebrates 100 years, look back at the NHL history by the numbers. [The Hockey News]
NHL celebrates its centennial at Madison Square Park. [AM NY]
Four times the Hurricanes got in the way of NHL history. The worst way? By existing. [Sportsnet]
Goaltending let down Toronto in first NHL game. Montreal Wanderers won 10-9 shootout on Dec. 19, 1917. [The Star]
How one cantankerous man inspired the creation of the NHL. The Toronto Blueshirts’ troublemaking owner was so reviled by his peers that in 1917 they started a brand-new league without him. [TVO]
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Yay Sandie! You are a treasure, ma’am. Happy holidays!
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