Tom’s Daily is packed on VHN today: VGK owner Bill Foley sat down with The Hockey News, a former UND player sounds off on Coyotes prospect Mitchell Miller, Remembering Joey Moss and more.
Looks like that red “fourth” jersey is a go! Seriously, it will look better when the real thing is released. Trust me. (VegasHockeyNow)
I’ve never understood why offer sheets even exist if they’re so taboo. Why even have them? That said, there’s quite a few RFAs waiting for deals in this uncertain cap world. Here’s a look at eight vulnerable big name players. (Sportsnet)
How does Devon Toews new deal affect the Colorado Avalanche moving forward? (ColoradoHockeyNow)
Remebering Joey Moss. (TSN)
What is going on in Boston with Zdeno Chara? It sounds like we may have some movement in one direction or another rather soon… but will it mean the B’s go full “circle of life” on the blueline? (BostonHockeyNow).
Former Washington Capitals assistant coach Reid Cashman looks to put his bubble experience into practice as the new head coach at Dartmouth. (College Hockey News)
A former UMD player thinks North Dakota should move on from Mitchell Miller. Not your typical knee-jerk take here, but raises some very interesting points. Get ready to hear Miller’s name A LOT in the near future – this isn’t going away quietly nor should it. (Grand Forks Herald)
We talk a lot about the NHL here for good reason, but youth hockey is struggling amid the pandemic too. Massachusetts has shut down rinks for two weeks because of a spike in cases (NBC Boston); Almost 200 cases of COVID-19 have been linked to youth hockey in neighboring New Hampshire and now testing sites are being overwhelmed (WMUR); and a youth team in Ann Arbor has six confirmed cases (All About Ann Arbour). As the second wave of infections picks up as predicted, we’re going to see more news like this across the country.
That’s it for Tom’s Daily. Keep your browser pointed to VHN for more news, notes and commentary from Vegas and around the hockey world.