Daily Cupcakes: November 17th, 2017



Colorado Avalanche

Tyson Barrie, Tyson Jost unavailable for Avalanche against Capitals. Jost’s demotion is essentially a rehabilitation assignment. [BSN Denver]

Players with high trade value from all 31 NHL teams. [ESPN]


The Rest of the Game

INSIDE THE Q: Down year for QMJHL content on Team Canada. [Herald Sports]

Rockets owner issues statement confirming interest in NHL expansion. [Sportsnet]

The new slashing standard and other hot topics NHL general managers will discuss Friday. With less tolerance for slashing this season, the GMs will consider how it has been applied this season at a gathering in Montreal. [National Post]

Bryan Adams to perfom at NHL 100 Classic in Ottawa. [CTV News]

Witkowski suspended 10 games for actions against Flames. He receives automatic ban from Department of Player Safety. Witkowki was taken off the ice by an official, but snuck back on the ice to continue brawling. This leads to an automatic 10 game ban. [Sportsnet]

Subban debuts new mask after returning to Golden Knights practice. Vegas goalie, who has not played since Oct. 21, spruces up helmet with city landmarks. [NHL]

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