Crosby hit the topsy-turvy, skill competition on the Vegas Strip?


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After Jack Eichel became a Vegas Gold Knight, (credible) NHL trade rumors dried up. I like to spice up the Daily with this, but we don’t have anything yet. The Pittsburgh Penguins lost the game to the Washington Capitals. However, Sidney Crosby has shown his frustration and pushed a Capitals defenseman into the strip, and Eric Staal is still hoping to play somewhere, anywhere this season.

I wanted a replay of Crosby’s hip toss. We haven’t had one in Pittsburgh, but we certainly have had one in Washington.

Washington: Sidney Crosby threw Mertin Fehervary into the end boards. It was more like an uprising. Washington was not happy, although Fehervary seemed to be laughing about it. Or promise to take revenge. It was hard to tell.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Here’s the horror show that was the Penguins’ 6-1 loss to Washington.

PHN +: “Time is important”. The Pittsburgh Penguins had no life. It was an unacceptable effort. There is something different about this Penguins team, and it’s not good.

NHL News and National Hockey Now:

JNI: Here’s a good way to put it too. New York Islanders join the Penguins in the Metro Cellar. Barry Trotz berated his team: “We have too many guys just playing. “

Vegas: There is a hot rumor going around that the NHL Skills Competition could take place on the Las Vegas Strip. Please and thank you!

Detroit: I was skeptical but deferential to Steve Yzerman when he asked for Alex Nedeljokovic as a starting goalie. He was right. Nedeljkovic proves he is the goalkeeper of today and tomorrow.

Some guys have the Midas touch. Yzerman has it. I also think Ron Hextall has it but uses it too sparingly. All of Hextall’s acquisitions have been positive, from Mark Friedman to Jeff Carter, Danton Heinen and Brock McGinn. In any event…

Colorado: If you have the talent, the world will find you. The National Hockey Now Network has welcomed fresh blood to Colorado – Kelsey Hammond. Former Avs and sports radio trainee who can write. The photo of her bulldog is worth the click.

San Jose: After a good start, the San Jose Sharks quickly fall apart and drift away from their identity.

Calgary: Dan Vladar has been trying to get by for a few years. He was one of the overcrowded Bruins’ sectors and in Calgary he is behind Jacob Markstrom. However, head coach Daryl Sutter rewarded him with a few starts, and the coach in turn was rewarded with a 4-0 shutout. Vladar – “I’ll frame the puck. “

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