Daily Cupcakes: October 6th, 2017

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Colorado Avalanche

Duchene of Avalanche moving on from trade rumors. [NHL]

Colorado teachers, educators to be honored by Avalanche. [KDVR]

Let’s file this under “interesting”, the Las Vegas Golden Knights who took no time in claiming Calvin Pickard from the Colorado Avalanche in the Expansion Draft… have waived him. Already. [Review Journal]

 

The Rest of the Game

Dahlin gaining attention as potential No. 1 pick. Defenseman prospect could be first Sweden-born player to go first in NHL Draft since 1989. [NHL]

New Jersey Devils 1st NHL team to partner with National Women’s franchise. [CBC]

Just a small group of visor-less players remaining in NHL. [Sportsnet]

NHL opening-night highlights another reminder of what we’ll miss at the 2018 Olympics. [National Post]

Senators reward bruiser Mark Borowiecki with 2-year extension. [CBC]

Chalk another one up for The Rocket. Maurice Richard is credited with a new assist after the NHL digitized its game sheets going all the way back to 1917-18. [NHL]

Jagr battles rust, fatigue in 1st skate as Flame. The 45-year-old says performance was ‘not very good’. [CBC]

Bruins will be without David Backes for 3-4 weeks. [Boston Herald]

Watching hockey could affect fans with heart disease, Canadian study says. The study found that in some cases for those watching, either live or on TV, their heart rate doubled. [The Star]

 

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  1. “Watching hockey could affect fans with heart disease, Canadian study says. The study found that in some cases for those watching, either live or on TV, their heart rate doubled.”

    Watching the Avs sure does have an affect on the heart rate. Especially if they manage to be tied or have a 1 goal lead in the third period; you’re just waiting for that one mistake that costs them the game.

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