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National Hockey League Players’ Association, National Hockey League Ratify Four-Year CBA Extension and Return To Play Plan

NEW YORK – TORONTO (July 10, 2020) – Following a 142-day pause, the National Hockey League will drop the puck with a five-game schedule of Stanley Cup Qualifiers on Saturday, Aug. 1, as the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and NHL ratified a four-year extension to the Collective Bargaining Agreement (through

Don’t Credit AV for the Travis Konecny Surge

Travis Konecny was always on a collision course with being an All-Star type winger. This didn’t start with Alain Vigneault and it won’t end with him either. Going back to his Ottawa 67’s days he was an exciting player who could score the exciting goal but also elevate his linemates.

JVR is Happy to Be Back in Philadelphia

Voorhees - - JVR is back in Philadelphia. He fits in this town. He had mostly good times in Philadelphia. He was a home-grown player who was drafted 2nd overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. He didn’t need to be sold on the organization. He knew he was going

Youth Was Served at The Centennial Classic

Toronto - - Many complain that the NHL doesn’t do enough to promote the great young players of the league. In this game one of the leaders for the Calder Award, Auston Matthews got two goals (19, 20), one was a game-winner and Detroit’s Anthony Mantha got three points. The

Centennial Classic Notes

Toronto - - BMO Field is massive. It looks like a great venue and the ice is near perfect. The best ice I ever saw was in the Big House and Dave Andreychuk seconded that. Being a very open stadium the wind could be an issue. Antoine Bibeau practiced today

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