– Field hockey Daily 365 l NHL Highlights (@HockeyDaily365) May 7, 2023
The Devils have been exciting to watch since the start of the playoffs. At least, when things work out, they’re great to watch.
The New Jersey team put on quite a show yesterday. They crushed their opponents 8-4 in an offensive festival…
But that’s not all the game was about. A little less than 24 hours after the end of the match, it’s Tomas Tatar’s shot that continues to be the talk of the town.
Wonder what I’m talking about?
Tatar retaliated with a vicious clubbing blow to the Hurricanes player’s head. Here’s the sequence:
Of course, you’ll understand that these gestures have no place on the ice. In fact…
That’s what I told myself after watching the replay, but the NHL doesn’t seem to think like I do.
As if $5,000 is going to change anything in his life… Honestly.
I understand that this is the highest amount possible according to the collective agreement, but in reality, it’s a little ridiculous when you consider that these guys earn millions of dollars.
But hey. Complaining today isn’t going to change the rules for the Department of Player Safety, unfortunately.
– It’s so well deserved.
Stéphane Julien named GM of the Yearhttps://t.co/J6nOxPm3oE
– Field hockey 360 (@hockey360) May 8, 2023
– Well said.
– Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) May 8, 2023
– Ah well !
Connor Bedard wins tournament MVP and receives an autographed Sidney Crosby stick pic.twitter.com/uYNKU8d90G
– Brick Hockey (@brickhockey) July 5, 2015
– A question of knowing a little more about the next first NHL pick.
-71 goals and 72 assists in 57 games (2.51 points per game) playing for the WHL’s Regina Pats
-Twice as many five-point games (10) as zero-point games (5)
-71 goals would be the most by a #1 overall pick in their draft-eligible season since Eric Lindros in 1990-91… https://t. co/6EZrGmJhs6
– BucciOT.Com (@Buccigross) May 8, 2023
– Of note.
Here are additional AHL players who have been selected for the IIHF World Hockey Championship:
F Marco Rossi – Iowa
F Martin Kaut – San Jose
D Ronald Knot – Tucson
F Sakari Manninen – Henderson
D Ole Julian Bjorgvik-Holm – Cleveland#AHL
– PATRICK WILLIAMS (@pwilliamsAHL) May 8, 2023