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The AHL's Tuscon Roadrunners will retire Craig Cunningham's number 14 on Oct. 27.

Cunningham was playing for the Roadrunners when he went into cardiac arrest during a game in November. The 26-year-old played just 11 games with the farm team, so this is simply a nice gesture on their part. Cunningham is now serving as a pro scout with the Arizona Coyotes.
Source: The Score
Aug 19 - 7:21 PM

John Tavares opened up about undergoing thumb surgery back in April.

"It’s something I’ve had for a few years," Tavares said. "I kind of did it, aggravated it the first time training a few years ago. It was never really that bad but something I always kept an eye on. Then I hurt it in Boston in January, I fell on it awkwardly late in the game and because of the previous time that I’d hurt it, it was a little bit weak and I tore a ligament in my thumb. I had to wear a brace the rest of the season. For only 2-3 weeks it was really annoying and then, with some good treatment and staying on top of it, I was able to do everything I could normally do on the ice. It didn’t hinder me in any way." It sounds like Tavares will be entering his contract year fully healthy. He had 28 goals and 66 points in 77 games last season.
Aug 19 - 6:43 PM

Zach Hyman may not play with Auston Matthews as much as he did last year.

Hyman spent the vast majority of the 2016-17 season playing on a line with Matthews and William Nylander, but the arrival of Patrick Marleau could change that. "Wherever you play, there is enough ice time for everybody," said Hyman. "It's good to have this problem, because it means you have a lot of good guys and a lot of depth." The 25-year-old had 10 goals and 28 points in 82 games last season. Hyman might be a candidate for a line with Nazem Kadri and Connor Brown if he doesn't stick with Matthews.
Source: Toronto Sun
Aug 19 - 5:09 PM

Will Butcher's phone call with the Vegas Golden Knights "went well," according to agent Brian Bartlett.

"The converation went well," said Bartlett. "The management was well prepared and painted an impressive picture of their plan and how a player like Will would fit into that." The Golden Knights wouldn't be a bad fit for the college free agent if he wants to make it to the NHL as quickly as possible. They have a lot of defensemen on the roster, but the expansion team will likely want to give their best young players and opportunity to suit up sooner than later. Butcher had 37 points in 43 games in his last year at the University of Denver last season.
Aug 19 - 3:13 PM

Jakub Jerabek believes he's ready to make the leap to the NHL from Europe.

Jerabek signed a one-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens after spending eight years with Plzen HC in the Czech League and Vityaz Podolsk in the KHL. "I know the hockey in the NHL is different than the one I'm used to both on and off the ice," said Jerabek, per NHL's Czech website (quotes have been translated). "The pace of the game is faster in the NHL. There's also more contact than there is in Europe. Like (former NHL defenseman Jaroslav Spacek) told me, I have to get used to playing a simpler game. I can't keep possession of the puck for too long. I have to make plays very quickly." The 26-year-old put up five goals and 34 points in 59 games in the KHL last season. With the departures of Andrei Markov and Nathan Beaulieu, the Canadiens could have an opening on the left side of their defense for Jerabek. First, he'll have to prove he's capable of playing at the highest level. Don't expect him to have any fantasy value this season.
Source: TVA Sports
Aug 19 - 1:43 PM

Nate Schmidt suffered an ankle injury while training.

Schmidt was scheduled to attend a Golden Knights street hockey clinic, but he was unable to travel because of the injury. Golden Knights GM George McPhee said Schmidt will be reevaluated in a week or so. Vegas is counting on Schmidt to be one of the better defensemen on their roster this season. The 26-year-old had three goals and 14 assists in 60 games with Washington last season.
Aug 19 - 12:18 PM

Luke Opilka has undergone surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip.

The Blues drafted Opilka in the fifth round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. This is his second hip surgery in just over a year. The 20-year-old had a 13-13-3 record with a 3.58 goals-against-average and a .889 save percentage with OHL Kitchener last season. He's expected to be out until December.
Aug 19 - 11:29 AM

The improvements Calgary made on defense and in goal have Glen Gulutzan feeling optimistic about the 2017-18 season.

The Flames acquired goalie Mike Smith from Arizona and they completed a draft-day trade for Islanders defenseman Travis Hamonic. "The thing that gives me the most optimism is the way we’ve solidified our defensive core, along with our goaltending — I like the tandem that we have, the size of the goalies and their character and their play — and then up front, just the growth of our young guys. So this is a three-pronger for me," said Gulutzan. "I feel we’re better anchored at D, we’ve solidified our goaltending for the next couple years, and we have this young group of forwards that just keeps pushing forward."
Source: Calgary Sun
Aug 19 - 10:40 AM
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