Daily Cupcakes: February 23rd, 2018

Colorado Avalanche

Stop calling Avalanche forward Tyson Jost a “rookie.” He prefers to be called a young difference-maker. [Denver Post]

Beulah’s ‘Polar Bear’ making ice at Winter Olympics. Kreusch, head ice-maker at the Pepsi Center, is one of several ice-makers working in PyeongChang. [Chieftain]


The Rest of the Game

Canada not taking Germany lightly heading into Olympic men’s hockey semifinals. [The Star]

10-Year-Old Coloradan looking to be NHL’s next big goal stopper. [CBS Denver]

Iginla skates again with Bruins’ AHL team. [TSN]

Noreau to be front and centre for Canada in semifinal vs. Germany. [Sportsnet]

Kessel sibling rivalry is alive and well: ‘Maybe we’re even now,’ Amanda says. [USA Today]

Underdog German hockey team well-prepared for absence of NHL players. Men’s squad features plenty of Canadian connections. [CBC]

Carey Price out indefinitely with concussion. [Sporting News]

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