Tom’s Daily: Pete DeBoer says Vegas Golden Knights potential division ‘Group of Death’; MLB-style homestands on the table for VGK; Zdeno Chara anyone?; Sharks still might have to start season somewhere else, potentially T-Mobile Arena; Jaromir Jagr doesn’t age.
Vegas Golden Knights
How would you feel about MLB-style homestands, playing a series against the San Jose Sharks or L.A. Kings? (VegasHockeyNow)
VGK head coach Pete DeBoer calls potential Golden Knights division the “group of death.” (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Several Golden Knights participated in 13 Days and Knights of Giving with KTNV including Marc-Andre Fleury, Max Pacioretty, William Karlsson, Shea Theodore, Mark Stone, Alex Tuch, Oscar Dansk and Brayen McNabb. (KTNV Ch. 13)
Gary Bettman spoke yesterday about the potential NHL restart regarding division-only games, hubs and more. (NHL.com)
Zdeno Chara remains unsigned by the Boston Bruins – is it time for them part ways? (BostonHockeyNow)
It’s not a done deal that the Sharks will start at home this season. (SanJoseHockeyNow) It’s worth keeping in mind that Bill Foley is actively recruiting the California teams to come play at T-Mobile Arena.
Chicago Blackhawks name Stan Bowman president of hockey ops. (ESPN.com)
Someone robbed Walter Gretzky of $500,000 worth of memorabilia over the summer. Now a family friend and an OPP officer have been arrested in connection with the investigation. (CTV News)
Jaromir Jagr’s stat line in his first game this season: 0-1-1. Remarkable: it’s his 32nd professional season. (Sportsnet)