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  1. Has anyone ever heard of this before? Marian Hossa Reportedly Could Retire over Equipment Allergy, out for Next Season Chicago Blackhawks veteran forward Marian Hossa's career may be in jeopardy due to an allergy to his equipment, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reported Wednesday. Hossa has reportedly been on medication to neutralize the allergy, but doctors have long-term concerns about his health if he continues to take it, which could lead to his retirement. The Blackhawks later confirmed Hossa will not play next season as he deals with the allergy. Hossa issued a statement in the team release which reads in part: Chicago Blackhawks veteran forward Marian Hossa's career may be in jeopardy due to an allergy to his equipment, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reported Wednesday. Hossa has reportedly been on medication to neutralize the allergy, but doctors have long-term concerns about his health if he continues to take it, which could lead to his retirement. The Blackhawks later confirmed Hossa will not play next season as he deals with the allergy. Hossa issued a statement in the team release which reads in part:
  2. New Jersey Devils changed their Twitter bio after jersey reveal https://www.sbnation.com/lookit/2017/6/21/15844736/new-jersey-devils-changed-their-twitter-bio-after-jersey-reveal-nhl-adidas
  3. New Jersey Devils changed their Twitter bio after jersey reveal https://www.sbnation.com/lookit/2017/6/21/15844736/new-jersey-devils-changed-their-twitter-bio-after-jersey-reveal-nhl-adidas
  4. http://www.northjersey.com/story/sports/nhl/devils/fireandice/2017/06/03/seen-heard-news-and-notes-scouting-combine/368333001/ 4. As to that point, the Devils potentially trading down from the No. 1 pick, my sense is that is only a remote possibility. Yet if Shero does get a great offer – or makes one – which can improve the Devils immediately and also keep them higher up in the draft, I don’t think it’s such a crazy idea. Remember, the Devils have plenty of cap space. That, the first overall pick, the potential of Ilya Kovalchuk wanting to return to the NHL (and potentially netting the Devils assets in a sign-and-trade) and cap space makes the Devils potentially the most flexible team entering the draft. 6. Great Nico Hischier anecdote out of his interview with the Devils, courtesy of NHL.com’s great Devils’ reporter Mike Morreale. Per Morreale, Hischier was interviewing with Dr. Aimee Kimball, the Devils director of team and player development who handled most of the prospect questioning when he was told by the good doctor that when he attends Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final in Nashville on Monday, if he throws a catfish on the ice, the Devils would take him first. Hischier did not give an immediate response, instead answering the rest of Kimball’s questions. As the interview concluded, Kimball asked Hischier if he had any questions for her. He immediately quipped, “Where can I buy a catfish?” Not quite sure where sense of humor fits on the player evaluation scorecard, but Hischier certainly has one.
  5. Long live the Queen Bahahahaha
  6. Not me And the NJ Devils Favorited my Tweet!
  7. Say NO-Valchuk. If this isn't a ploy, just sign and trade. good riddance ... again...
  8. I think so... we have finally asserted our place in the long-term depths of NHL pitifulness. It's official now after many years of denial. Sucking into the future we go.
  9. It's mercifully over.
  10. Not working hard, not using the body, not scoring, not going to be on a NHL roster.
  11. They should rest Schneider for next year and play Kinkaid more and move Josephine up to the 1st line. This will help.
  12. It's about time .. the Devils have placed Russian forward Sergey Kalinin, who turns 26 on March 17 and is on a one-year, $800,000 deal and is a pending restricted free agent, on waivers today. Kalinin, who has been centering the fourth line since Vern Fiddler was traded to the Predators on Feb. 4, has two goals and two assists in 42 games in his second NHL season. Prior to that, Kalinin played five seasons for Omsk Avangard (KHL). Kalinin logged 12:03 in Thursday’s 3-0 loss to the visiting Senators, including 1:31 on the penalty kill. http://www.northjersey.com/story/sports/nhl/devils/fireandice/2017/02/17/devils-place-kalinin-waivers/98045926/
  13. BAHAHAHAHAHA This is a scenario that for the last 11 years has befallen other teams around the NHL, the ones that couldn’t depend on their goaltender and thus broke down repeatedly in their own end, if not all over the ice, in trying to cope with the uncertainty of never knowing when the puck would go in and from where. But not the Rangers, not since Henrik Lundqvist effectively claimed the No. 1 job in nets from Kevin Weekes midway through the Swede’s rookie 2005-06 season. Issues up front? The Rangers have had those, all right. Issues on the back end? Oh, boy, have the Rangers had their share of those. But in nets? Never. If there was one constant on Broadway, it was Lundqvist’s consistent excellence through which he infused his team with confidence night after night after night and allowed the Rangers to overcome deficiencies anywhere and sometimes everywhere else. Until now. http://nypost.com/2017/01/18/for-the-first-time-in-11-years-rangers-face-a-goalie-crisis/
  14. Severson continues to make risky plays and when his shot is not going in or he is not assisting it's hard to swallow. The -24 is eye-opening. Verdict: Undecided.
  15. #Hattrack The toothless wonder is back. This is good news.
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