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Guess what? The penalty kill is still not getting things done. The Sabres on Tuesday night once again had the Devils’ number. Buffalo won 4-1, and the Devils now find themselves on a three-game skid. [NHL] [All About the Jersey] [NorthJersey.com] [NJ.com]
ICYMI: Following the state’s announcement about fans being allowed at sporting events, the Devils and Prudential Center will allow fans up to a 10% capacity at games. [NHL]
Rangers star Artemi Panarin is taking a leave of absence after allegations surfaced that he struck an 18-year-old girl in 2011. Panarin has denied the allegations, and the team is calling them an “intimidation tactic.” In a followup story, the New York post reports that, “Four of Artemi Panarin’s former KHL teammates told The Post they find the assault allegations leveled against the Rangers star by his KHL coach difficult to believe and none of them can recall the incident happening.” [TSN] [New York Post]
Great to see Henrik Lundqvist back in action: [NHL]
The best type of workday! pic.twitter.com/2tWlS1iOmO— Henrik Lundqvist (@hlundqvist35) February 23, 2021
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