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Haakon Hanelt (Finally) Arrives In North America: “My Goal Is To Play In The NHL”

Photo: La Droit His flight from Toronto to Ottawa was canceled, requiring an unanticipated stay in a Toronto hotel before finally arriving at the Ottawa airport on Wednesday, a day and a half after leaving his home country of Germany.

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Florida Panthers Offer NIL Deals To All Female Student Athletes At Florida Atlantic University

The Florida Panthers said on Wednesday that they will sign any interested and eligible FAU female athlete to an endorsement deal under the new rules that allow college players to capitalize on their name, image and likeness for endorsement opportunities.

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Washington Capitals Complete Prospect Roster And Pre-Development Camp Assignments For 2021-22 Season

The Washington Capitals will begin 2021-22 preseason activities with a much-needed development camp for a majority of their prospects. The camp will begin on Saturday, September 18, and run thru the beginning of the Capitals main training camp, which begins … Continue reading

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Former NHL Player J.T. Brown Pledges Brain To Concussion Legacy Foundation

Photo: NHL via Getty Images JT Brown became the second active NHL player to pledge his brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation in Boston. The Foundation’s mission is to support athletes, Veterans, and all affected by concussions and CTE; achieve smarter … Continue reading

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Sidney Crosby Undergoes Wrist Surgery, Will Miss A Minimum Of Six Weeks

Photo: NHL via Getty Images Pittsburgh Penguins general manger Ron Hextall announced on Wednesday that captain Sidney Crosby underwent a successful wrist procedure earlier in the day. The 34-year-old center will miss the start of training camp and is expected … Continue reading

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‘Sportsbook Review’ Projects Goal Totals For Alex Ovechkin Over The Next Five Seasons

Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin currently sits 6th on the NHL’s all-time goals scored list with 730 career goals. Ovechkin inked a new deal at the end of July, giving him at least five more seasons to break Wayne Gretzky’s … Continue reading

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A Quick Tour Of Braden Holtby’s Small Hometown Of Marshall, Saskatchewan

Screen cap: @c21.goteam A realtor for Century 21 in Canada, specializing in small-town Canadian real estate, recently visited the community of Marshall, Saskatchewan, hometown of Stanley Cup champion Braden Holtby. He created a short two-minute video highlighting all of the … Continue reading

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Seattle Kraken Will Require Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative COVID-19 Test To Attend Games

The Seattle Kraken announced on Tuesday that fans will be required to provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test in order to attend games this season. They join the San Jose Sharks as the only two teams (so far) … Continue reading

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Should The NHL Be More Transparent In New Era Of Sports Betting?

Graphic: US Betting Report Surprises to starting lineups aren’t that uncommon in the NHL. The league doesn’t mandate injury reports like the NFL and NBA, while MLB clubs list probable pitchers days in advance. On any given game day many … Continue reading

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Team USA Announces Assistant Coaches For 2022 Winter Olympics

Hours after the NHL and NHLPA announced that NHL players will be allowed to participate in the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympics, USA Hockey finalized its coaching staff, naming their assistant coaches for Team USA. Former Washington Capitals’ head coach Todd … Continue reading

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