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Aaaaand there it is. Who could’ve seen it coming?
Nico Hischier has a hamstring strain and will be re-evaluated in 10 days, per Lindy Ruff #NJDevils— Amanda Stein (@amandacstein) September 29, 2022
Miles Wood, Dougie Hamilton, Nathan Bastian, Tomas Tatar and Erik Haula had goals as the Devils beat the Rangers 5-2 on Thursday night and improved to 3-0 in the preseason. [NHL]
Filip and Jesper Bratt sit down with Amanda Stein here to chat:
Here’s the new guy:
Cool look here:
35 years ago these sweaters debuted in our building.— Utica Comets (@UticaComets) September 27, 2022
Exclusively for this season, they'll make their return. pic.twitter.com/UphofNhTqq
Well, this is certainly a development:
Maple Leafs experimenting with Mitch Marner as a defencemen. Would be situational but interesting nonetheless. Like having an offensive-minded right shot at the point.— luke fox (@lukefoxjukebox) September 29, 2022
“Some say that the Coyotes have softened to some degree at least in their expected return and are more willing now to take on a contract or contracts. Granted, you’ve got to have a first-round draft pick, you’ve got to have a prospect involved in all of this, so the ask is still high.” Where will Jakob Chychrun end up? [TSN]
“Russian players on two NHL teams opening the season in the Czech Republic will be allowed to participate in the two Global Series games in Prague after all. The Czech government has dropped its attempted ban of Russian players on the rosters for San Jose and Nashville, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said Thursday.” [Associated Press]
“The Canadian government confirmed Monday that noncitizens entering the country — including professional athletes — will no longer be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 beginning in October.” [ESPN]
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