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NHL Note: Avalanche Stanley Cup parades wild stuff

J.T. Compher of the Colorado Avalanche lifts the Stanley Cup for fans during the Colorado Avalanche Victory Parade and Rally at Civic Center Park on June 30, 2022 in Denver.
J.T. Colorado Avalanche Confer Will lift the Stanley Cup for fans during the Colorado Avalanche Victory Parade and rally at Civic Center Park on June 30, 2022 in Denver.Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

One day, Maple Leafs and another cup cursed team Behind them, they want to engage in the antiques that Colorado Avalanche enjoyed on Thursday.

As the team's convoy slowly passed through downtown Denver, players made each other and many fans drink water and alcoholic beverages. At one point, 21-year-old defenseman Bowen Byram went to a party with some street supporters and was detained by a policeman who didn't recognize him and thought he had jumped over the barricade.

Game 5 overtime hero Nazem Kadori takes a photo of his teammates attacking Tampa Bay Lightning after achieving his original goal, "Too Many Men." I wore a custom T-shirt with embroidery. Counted due to bad Avs line changes.

At the official ceremony, Jared Bednar wept for giving ownership and a chance to management, and captain Gabriel Landeskog was native Sweden. F-bomb to astonishing applause, wearing the flag as a skirt: "Denver, Colorado, you've been (bleeping) amazing for the last decade."

Gabriel Landeskog of the Colorado Avalanche lifts the Stanley Cup on-stage during the Colorado Avalanche Victory Parade and Rally at Civic Center Park on June 30, 2022 in Denver.
Gabriel Landeskog of Colorado Avalanche lifts the Stanley Cup on stage Colorado Avalanche Victory Parade and Rally Was held on June 30, 2022 at Civic Center Park in Denver. Photo: Matthew Stockman /Getty Images


July 1, Hockey Canada, another location It gets even hotter in Edmonton, a national junior team and a sponsor who refrains from supporting the World Championships in August.

Recipe Unlimited, the parent company of restaurant chains Swiss Chalet and The Keg, issued a statement Thursday, with hockey Canada improving hockey culture in its jurisdiction, with words similar to Scotiabank, Canadian Tire, Telus and Tim Horton's. A serious plan to do.

The latter is with an unidentified woman who claims to have been sexually assaulted by eight junior athletes at the 2018 Hockey Canada Foundation event in London, Ontario. He has been on the defensive since he chose to reconcile.

"Our company is focused on creating a comprehensive and secure space for our teammates and guests, and we expect our partners to do the same," Recipe Unlimited said. Please read part of the statement.

Canadian hockey officials say their efforts to identify the players involved and the efforts of third parties have not yielded results. Ottawa Senators defense and 2018 junior team member Victor Mete announced his own release on Friday.


Sportsnet's Elliott Friedman inquires of other NHL clubs on Friday about Mikeev's exclusive negotiations before July 13th. I reported that I was informed that I could do it. Such deals are usually low draft picks.

Mikeev scored 21 goals in 53 games last year, the best of the three NHL games, but the US $ 1.6 million cap could more than double in the open market. There is sex. It has long been speculated that Reefs couldn't get the Russians back, trying to save money for the goalkeeper, such as re-signing Jack Campbell or looking elsewhere.

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Leaker while some of the new Hockey Hall of Fame are waiting on the phone for the news they were chosen on Monday Barillen slept through her phone.

The 49-year-old Olympic athlete was the eighth woman to be selected as the first European woman, but that day her name was introduced to the selection committee. I did not know. Salinen was asleep when President Mike Gartner dialed her number in Finland.

"Someone called from Canada, but she didn't notice," she told the Finnish Broadcasting Corporation. "When I woke up, I saw how many friends left congratulations."

She is the third Finnish person in the hall after Jari Kurri and Teemu Seläni. Kurri is one of the 18 members of the committee, but which member has nominated the candidate and the vote itself has not been disclosed.

"Of course, they are the two biggest names in Finnish hockey," Sallinen said. "So it would be a great honor if you were chosen third after Jari and Tem."

Sallinen was selected in the player category along with Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Daniel Alfredsson and Roberto Luongo. rice field.

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Reefs has not yet announced a pre-season schedule, but will organize the exhibition after Ottawa, Montreal and Detroit cancel the exhibition on Friday. I can.

Toronto will play three Sens, including a unique doubleheader at Scotiabank on September 24th, and will play at 2pm and 7pm. Reefs will also host Montreal on September 28th and will face Sens in Bellville on September 30th. From October 7th to 8th, I will be at Bell Center on October 3rd, before Home and Home with Red Wings. , Starts at Little Caesars Arena.


Washington Capitals promotes Emily Engelnatsuke to team video coordinator, making her the first woman to hire her as a full-time coach. did. According to the League Coach Association NHL ... At the age of 41, goalkeeper Craig Anderson has signed a one-year contract to return to the Sabers for $ 1.5 million ... New Chicago head coach Luke Richardson has a young star Alex Devlincut You may lose. Jonathan Tows and Patrick Kane's existing high-value tickets are $ 10.5 million, and with other pending UFAs and RFAs, Devlincut's current $ 6.4 million annual deal replenishes Hawks with a few inventories. It is an attractive trade prospect for suitors who can. High draft topic.

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