Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron is soaking in his third All-Star selection and experience with his three kids in Las Vegas.
The Winter Classic is coming back to Fenway Park as the Boston Bruins will host the event for the third time.
Are the Montreal Canadiens about to be stripped of the NHL Entry Draft again?
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Boston Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron finished seventh in the Accuracy Shooting event at the NHL Skills competition but he could care less as he soaked in the atmosphere with his three kids.
“Obviously you’d like to do better than what I did at that particular point,” said Bergeron. “When you lose your rhythm it’s hard to get it back. I came here to enjoy myself. My kids were on the bench. It was an amazing night. I had a lot of fun. The kids loved it and enjoyed it. I think it’s gonna be something that they’re gonna remember, especially my oldest [Zack],” said Bergeron. “He’s at an age where he’s gonna be able to remember and hopefully have some good memories out of it. I know I will. That was a blast.”(Boston Bruins)
The Winter Classic is going back to Fenway Park as the Boston Bruins will host the game on New year’s Day 2023. Will new hall of famer David Ortiz drop the ceremonial faceoff? (BHN)
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As expected, the human highlight reel that is Anaheim Ducks forward Trevor Zegras, wowed them in Vegas. His goal that he scored while blindfolded in the Breakaway challenge was a sight to behold. Wow!
TREVOR ZEGRAS PLEASE pic.twitter.com/KuYwYv2rcV
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) February 5, 2022
The Florida Panthers will host the 2023 NHL All-Star game. (Florida Hockey Now)
Are the Montreal Canadiens about to be stripped of hosting the NHL Entry Draft again? (Montreal Hockey Now)
Who has been responsible for the Pittsburgh Penguins becoming surprise Stanley Cup contenders? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
The Philadelphia Flyers made two under-the-radar hockey Ops promotions on Friday. (Philly Hockey Now)
The Detroit Red Wings also promoted within their hockey Ops department as Shawn Horcoff became assistant general manager. (Detroit Hockey Now)
Great touch by Calgary Flames star forward Johnny Gaudreau sporting a Jimmy Hayes Foundation hat at the Skills Competition. (Calgary Hockey Now)
Johnny Gaudreau honored his late friend, former NHL forward Jimmy Hayes. Gaudreau wore a black hat with "Jimmy" and a shamrock on the front, and "Broadway," Hayes' nickname, on the back, at the 2022 NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook. https://t.co/zkxpv4ed42
— NHL.com (@NHLdotcom) February 5, 2022
Back to the outdoor theme, the Carolina Hurricanes will host the next Stadium Series game at N.C. State. (Carolina Hurricanes)
Just a sad and despicable response from NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to Rocky Wirtz’s tone-deaf outburst on the Kyle Beach case on Thursday. (ESPN)