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It seems like John Hynes will start his work with Jack Hughes at the Worlds:
Strong indication Jack Hughes will be reporting to the US men’s team next week. Jack’s older brother Quinn is already on a strong American roster.— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 29, 2019
Damon Severson will play for Team Canada:
Damon Severson and Mackenzie Blackwood will be representing their country for 2019 Worlds in Slovakia.— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) April 29, 2019
The Rangers have traded for the signing rights of promising prospect Adam Fox. Why is this Devils news?
OFFICIAL: #NYR have acquired defenseman Adam Fox from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for the Blueshirts’ own second-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft and a conditional third-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft. pic.twitter.com/wU7O07EOXx— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) April 30, 2019
Assuming Fox signs, this is good news for Reilly Walsh at Harvard:
#NYR trading for Adam Fox and signing him would a big development for #NJDevils prospect Reilly Walsh. It clears a path for Walsh to play on Harvard's top pairing and run PP1 (instead of being in the "Ovechkin spot") next season.— Corey Masisak (@cmasisak22) April 30, 2019
Taylor Hall sitting courtside at the 76ers-Raptors game the other day. These are the exact people I want Hall to be hanging out with right now.
Doesn’t seem like Brad Marchand has changed a whole lot:
Brad Marchand punching the back of Scott Harrington's head while Harrington is down on his knees. pic.twitter.com/3JYYH8o89O— Flintor (@TheFlintor) May 1, 2019
Could Pavel Datsyuk make a return to the NHL?
Pavel Datsyuk announces the SKA portion of his career is completed. Under Ken Holland, there had been discussion of a possible return to DET for next season. He is due in Michigan soon; we'll see where it goes. https://t.co/45PjZklv0t— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) May 1, 2019
As the CWHL is set to fold, what happens next for women’s hockey? [Sportsnet]
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