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According to TSN’s Pierre LeBrun, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly remains steadfast that the NHL will have an 82-game schedule for the 2020-21 season. However, Daly also told LeBrun that the previously scheduled start date of December 1 is looking … Continue reading
Photo: Getty On Wednesday, The Athletic’s Pierre LeBrun reported in the NHL’s proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) extension, a return to Olympics participation covering both 2022 in Beijing, China, and 2026 in Milan, Italy, is on the table.
According to TSN’s Pierre LeBrun, NHL players are putting off the decision on their final paycheck of the season until May 15. The deadline to figure out what to do with that paycheck was April 7. When the NHL paused … Continue reading
As we reported earlier, President Trump held a conference call on Saturday with the commissioners of 12 different sports leagues, including NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. It was reported that Trump told the commissioners on the call that he hopes to … Continue reading
Screencap: NHL.com/capitals The NBA is considering playing games in centralized locations with no fans. On Tuesday, TSN’s Pierre LeBrun discussed on Insider Trading about the NHL potentially playing the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs in centralized cities. So, what would the … Continue reading
Photo by Derek Cain/NHLI via Getty Images It wasn’t too long ago, maybe three or four seasons back, when a majority of pro hockey’s team architects were fixated on implementing and upgrading one primary team characteristic: speed. ”We need to get … Continue reading
Photo: NHL via Getty Images In the midst of a five-game losing skid and with their offense struggling to pick up their play, the Capitals are in arguably their worst stretch of the 2018-19 season. Earlier this season there were … Continue reading