Daily Cupcakes: December 21st, 2017


Colorado Avalanche

Avalanche Prospect Report: Greer continues to shine. [BSN Denver]


The Rest of the Game

Former hockey fighters to struggling ex-NHL enforcer: ‘you’re not alone’. Former enforcers reach out to ex-player dealing with symptoms common to concussion-related brain injury. [CBC]

Celebrating a century of NHL hockey. [The Sports Quotient]
Moose players taking team’s success in stride. [Winnipeg Free Press]

Money-making outdoor games are here to stay, but they make for ugly hockey
Pat Hickey: In one respect, Montreal’s outdoor visit to Ottawa came close to duplicating the NHL’s debut game in 1917: It was played in slow motion. [National Post].

Hockey Canada names Spengler Cup roster ahead of Olympic team selection.
Forwards Andrew Ebbett, David McIntyre, Mason Raymond and Nick Spaling and defenceman Maxim Noreau return from Canada’s 2015 Spengler Cup winning team. [The Star]

New York Islanders to leave Brooklyn, return to suburbs. [The Globe and Mail]

Washington Capitals’ Dmitry Orlov scores stunning goal. [USA Today]

American Hockey is at home in Badger Country. [NY Times]

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