Good Monday morning to you, NHL fans!
I know, I know: the words “good” and “Monday morning” don’t typically go hand-in-hand. Personally, I’m beat, because our crazy schedule + one sick baby girl = very little sleep this weekend. Nothing a little coffee and a can-do attitude can’t fix, though!
Don’t you hate people like me? I know I sure do!
Onto today’s links!
Yesterday was a pretty slow day in the NHL, although some of the games that went down were worth your attention. Get your scores, recaps, and video highlights here. [NHL.com]
Now that the NHL trade deadline has come and gone, it’s time to take a look at some playoff hopefuls who did themselves a favor at the deadline. [Sports Illustrated]
Not too long ago, I was discussing the Todd Bertuzzi hit on Steve Moore with my son, without even realizing we were approaching the ten-year anniversary of that hit. Well, here we are: it’s been ten years, and as this article points out, not a whole lot has changed since what should have been a game-changing moment. [The Hockey News]
Philadelphia Flyers’ players Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux traded their skates for sneakers over the weekend to play in a game against the Harlem Globetrotters . . . but they still brought a stick? [Puck Daddy] Gotta see it to believe it!
Finally, Cory Conacher made his Buffalo Sabres debut last night – here’s an interview and a quick breakdown of his first point with the team. [Hockey Buzz]
Tags: Buffalo Sabres