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Tom’s Daily: Pacioretty Rumors, Alleged Alignments and Pushback

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Tom’s Daily: Will the Vegas Golden Knights trade Max Pacioretty? Some pushback on NHL Division Alignments for the return; the proposed alignment for said return; Panthers establish Department of Goaltending Excellence

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The trade rumors are swirling around Max Pacioretty. (VHN) Could he end up in Pittsburgh? PittsburghHockeyNow’s Dan Kingurski’s sources say talks are active (PHN).

NBC Sports gives a list of teams it thinks should be calling on the VGK winger.

NHL News

Here’s a look at the NHL’s proposed division alignments for getting things fired back up in January. (sportsnet.ca)

Of course, you can’t please everyone. TSN’s Frank Seravalli reports there’s some pushback on this alignment. (tsn.ca)

The Florida Panthers have established a Department of Goaltending Excellence. Who else but Roberto Luongo should lead the department? Francois Allaire is also on board. (nhl.com)

Hockeyverse

I don’t think Brett Hull would have been my personal pick for Top St. Louis sports personality of the last 50 years, but it is 2020 so… (nhl.com)

World Juniors

Team USA update headed into Sunday’s camp. (USA Hockey)

Canada is back at it after a two week quarantine. (TSN)

Swiss lose three more for WJC (TSN)

 

 

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