Daily Cupcakes: January 31st, 2018

Colorado Avalanche

Avalanche’s Tyson Barrie returns to lineup against Canucks. [Sportsnet]

Avalanche’s elite trade strategies. [The Hockey Writers]

AHL President Andrews praises Colorado franchise. [Times-Tribune]

The Rest of the Game

You are not alone Corey Hirsch talks mental health. [Player’s Tribune]

Wild coach Bruce Boudreau upset that Blue Jackets D Seth Jones played after missing All-Star Game. [ESPN]

For NHL stars, the Olympics remain a ‘what if?’ [The Bulletin]

Jaromir Jagr, uniquely talented star’s NHL career over at age 45. [The Chronicle Herald]

Bigger ice surface shouldn’t be big adjustment at Olympics. [CBC]

Expensing NHL Classic tickets leads to councillors repaying taxpayers. [Ottawa Citizen]

2 thoughts on “Daily Cupcakes: January 31st, 2018

  • January 31, 2018 at 10:18 AM

    The hockey writer’s story says Butcher going to the Devils and Kerfoot to the Avs was an “unofficial trade”. Huh? Was there some “future considerations” or GM’s conversation story that I missed, or is that just poetic license?

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