Daily Cupcakes: December 29th, 2017
After surprising loss to Coyotes, Avalanche to zero in on neutral-zone play against Maple Leafs. Toronto completes a consecutive-night stretch at Colorado. [Denver Post]
Coyotes center Zac Rinaldo suspended 6 games for punch. [Fox Sports]
The Rest of the Game
No one’s cheering me on’: Ex-NHL enforcer is homeless, battling substance abuse and concussion symptoms. In the 2000s, he was an NHL tough guy. But now B.C. native Stephen Peat is homeless and suffering from symptoms he says are related to repeated concussions. [National Post]
Kreider out indefinitely for Rangers with blood clot in right arm. Forward left game Wednesday after swelling increased. [NHL] The best and worst from the NHL in 2017. It was a wild year in hockey. [The ComeBack]
Winnetka’s Jack Drury on track to follow in his family’s NHL path. [Chicago Tribune]
Ten bold NHL predictions for 2018. [Sportsnet]
Claesson suspended two games for actions in Senators game vs. Bruins. Forward disciplined for illegal check to head. [NHL]
Robin Lehner critical of NHL video review after goal ruling against Sabres. [Sportsnet]
Bundle up: USA-Canada world juniors outdoor game will go as planned. [CBC]
Five young U.S. stars to watch at world juniors. [USA Today]
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Jack Drury, Avs draft pick. When?
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