Month: October 2019

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff isn’t saying much on his team’s relationship with absent defenceman Dustin Byfuglien, other than the issue is “complicated.” Cheveldayoff talked to reporters in San Jose a day after reports emerged that Byfuglien underwent surgery for a high ankle sprain last week in his native Minnesota, and that the Jets
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5:04 PM ET ESPN News Services Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff said absent defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has had ankle surgery and the team was not “directly involved” in the decision. The Jets also announced that forward Mark Letestu will be out at least six months because of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.
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Scenario: you wake up in the morning with the incredible urge to spend your own money on 31 National Hockey League jerseys, one from the history of each franchise. Which ones would you choose? More importantly, whose name would be on the back? There’s a lot that would go into such decisions. Do you value
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6:19 AM ET Kelly CohenESPN Athletes are seriously bringing it for Halloween 2019. Some are doing traditional monster costumes. Others are looking to movies for inspiration, showing off as superheroes, villains or memorable comedic roles. A surprising number are dressing up as other athletes entirely. One thing’s for certain: These costumes would be contenders at
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6:19 AM ET Kelly CohenESPN Athletes are seriously bringing it for Halloween 2019. First, DeAndre Hopkins nailed it as Aladdin: Then Olympic gold-winning skier Lindsey Vonn set the bar for inside jokes, jabbing back at Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty. During an October game against the New Jersey Devils, Gritty had held up a sign that
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Scouting the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers Dan Kingerski: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Penguins – Flyers game included the San Jose Sharks (2), New York Rangers (local scout), Vegas Golden Knights, New Jersey Devils and the Chicago Blackhawks. Seabrook thinks he’d be a good player for somebody Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times:
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Though players selected in the first and second round of the NHL Draft tend to get the headlines while playing in the American Hockey League, several under-the radar players seem to always find a way to steal a bit of the spotlight. Here are some who are emerging as intriguing NHL prospects: Lucas Elvenes, Chicago
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