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Congrats to our guy Arseny Gritsyuk:
Avangard's 21-year-old forward Arseny Gritsyuk (22 G, 38 Pts, 52 GP) receives The Alexei Cherepanov Award as KHL Rookie of the Year!#KHLAwards pic.twitter.com/NawG7krPhZ— KHL (@khl_eng) May 19, 2022
Where might Jesper Bratt’s contract end up? Former NHL executive Chris Gear projects a few restricted free agent deals, including Bratt’s, here. He thinks Bratt ends up at 1 year, $5.15M or 6 years, $6.33M per year. [Daily Faceoff]
With a loss on Thursday night, Utica’s season comes to an end:
May 20, 2022
Former Devil Claude Lemieux joins the Raw Knuckles podcast here (language warning on this one):
An absolutely brutal buzzer beater for the Panthers on Thursday:
GOTTA SEE: BUZZER BEATER IN SUNRISE— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) May 20, 2022
Nikita Kucherov sets up Ross Colton with an insane pass to give the @TBLightning the lead with 3.8 seconds left in Game 2.
Presented by @Charmin | #EnjoyTheGo | #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/ECtXZt2GnV
Finalists for the Jack Adams:
Jack Adams finalists, voted by NHL Broadcasters Association: Brunette (FLA), Gallant (NYR), Sutter (CAL).— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) May 19, 2022
If you’ve tuned into Flames games recently, you may have seen a humorous sight in the crowd: Senators captain Brady Tkachuk cheering on his brother Matthew. [Sportsnet]
A bit of history in the Western Hockey League:
With the 268th overall selection (Round 13) the Vancouver Giants have selected 2007-born defender Chloe Primerano (North Vancouver, BC) in the 2022 @TheWHL Prospects Draft.— Vancouver Giants (@WHLGiants) May 19, 2022
Chloe Primarano is the first ever female to be selected in a WHL Bantam Draft.
Congratulations Chloe! pic.twitter.com/vycOklQu7Q
Chloe Primerano became the first female skater to be drafted into the @CHLHockey after the @WHLGiants drafted her 268th overall. @RonMacLeanHTH and the panel chatted with Chloe about being selected in the #WHLDraft, who she models her game after and much more! pic.twitter.com/BCal1fyXKd— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) May 20, 2022
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