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Tom’s Daily: The Vegas Golden Knights hope to have the coaches back for Thursday’s game against St. Louis; Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford steps away suddenly; Sharks can finally head home next month; more

VGK

Vegas Golden Knights facilities were closed yesterday as the team figures out what to do next after a positive COVID-19 test on the coaching staff. (Sportsnet)

The Athletic (subscription required) has named the Vegas Golden Knights prospect pool the 14th best in the NHL. (The Athletic).

In case you missed it check out Danny Webster’s look at Zach Whitecloud and his continued growth. (VHN)

NHL

Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford resigned yesterday, seemingly out of nowhere. PittsburghHockeyNow has been all over this from how it happened, the upcoming search, and the fallout from this. Wow.

The Colorado Avalanche have struggled out of the gate this season, and now Matt Calvert is out indefinitely. (ColoradoHockeyNow)

How did the Pierre-Luc Dubois – Patrik Laine trade come together? Elliotte Friedman’s 31 Thoughts is always an excellent read. (Sportsnet)

Hockeyverse

The San Jose Sharks will actually return home next month! That’s the good news. Still no fans however. (SanJoseHockeyNow)

Looks like the Carolina Hurricanes will be coming back from the team’s COVID-19 pause. (TSN)

 

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