Daily Cupcakes: November 8th, 2017


Colorado Avalanche

Landeskog plays host with most in Stockholm. Avalanche forward going all out showing teammates sights of hometown prior to 2017 SAP NHL Global Series. [NHL]

Matt Duchene thanks Avalanche and fans. [9 News]

Kyle Turris blockbuster shows the mastery of Predators GM David Poile. [Sportsnet]

Nathan MacKinnon is better than you think. [BSN Denver]

Global Series Buzz: Avalanche hope Wilson, Compher can play vs. Senators. Injured forwards practiced Tuesday, have missed past six games. [NHL]

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly swirling through the Avalanche’s past week. [BSN Denver]


The Rest of the Game

WHL shuts out Russia in first game of junior series. Flyers prospect Hart makes 20 saves in win; Canucks draft choice Lind has three points. [NHL]

Eichel says frustrations setting in over Sabres slow start. [TSN]

New LA Kings Offensive Coordinator Pierre Turgeon is Maximizing Potential. ‘You can work hard and not have fun, and work hard and have fun. I prefer the have fun part.’ [NHL]

Carey Price injury not related to previous knee issue, Habs say. Montreal goalie will miss a few more days, according to coach Julien. [CBC]


Canadiens’ Drouin calls getting caught with his pants down ‘kind of funny’. The Habs’ star centre said the incident during a game against the Blackhawks was “a little bit embarrassing,” but laughed it off. [The Star]

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