The Boston Bruins will have new defensive pairings again when they take on the Buffalo Sabres Wednesday night.
There seems to be a COVIDIOT issue at NHL headquarters these days.
Will the San Jose Sharks’ willingness to retain salary help them move problem child Evander Kane?
That and more in the latest BHN Puck Links:
BU Hockey fans and the analytics faction of Boston Bruins fans can rejoice because Bruce Cassidy has reunited Matt Grzelcyk and Charlie McAvoy on the team’s top defensive pairing. (BHN)
National Hockey Now
Apparently, the Ottawa Senators COVID outbreak and subsequent postponed games has caused the NHL to avoid common sense and not postpone the Islanders-Rangers tilt at UBS Arena on Wednesday night. (NYI Hockey Now)
Are the Vancouver Canucks delaying an inevitable house-cleaning? (Vancouver Hockey Now)
So Boston Bruins fans, if the San Jose Sharks are willing to retain salary in a trade involving COVIDIOT and problem child Evander Kane, are you willing to roll the dice (pun very much intended) to add more scoring depth? (San Jose Hockey Now)
What can the Pittsburgh Penguins learn and apply for their recent road trip? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
What’s on the minds of Florida Panthers fans lately? (Florida Hockey Now)
The Detroit Red Wings got bit by the injury bug again. (Detroit Hockey Now)
Former University of Denver star Troy Terry is ripping it up for the Anaheim Ducks. (Colorado Hockey Now)
Our man in Sin City, Owen Krepps, compares the Jack Eichel trade to recent blockbuster deals involving elite centers. (Vegas Hockey Now)
The Montreal Canadiens are being killed by their penalty kill. (Montreal Hockey Now)
Will the NHL still send its players to the Olympics and if they do, how will the All-Star game affect things? The TSN Insiders discuss that and more. (TSN)
The Edmonton Oilers lost more than a game to the Dallas Stars Tuesday night. (Sportsnet)
So who on the Arizona Coyotes roster is available on the NHL trade market? (Spector’s Trade Rumors)
There’s been a wave of Olympic jersey releases over the last 48 hours but the New Jersey Devils also got into the action too. (New Jersey Devils)
Hockey Canada unveiled their Olympic threads on Tuesday. (Hockey Canada)
On Wednesday the Red, White, and Blue USA jerseys were unveiled.
🚨🚨🚨Breaking News: Team USA has released their 2022 Olympic & Paralympic jerseys. 🇺🇸
What do you think? pic.twitter.com/QMdLKXL91O
— Hockey Hound (@HockeyHoundShow) November 24, 2021