Travis Dermott made things happen, so → https://t.co/xZUvgH0lsI
– DansLesCoulisses (@DLCoulisses) October 24, 2023
It’s pretty broach to hay as management goes, let’s say when one player can turn things around.
At the same time, cracking down on Dermott for “breaking” this rule would have been completely ridiculous.
On the other hand, it looks like it’s not even just the rainbow colors that are causing a problem.
According to Max Miller’s sources, the NHL wouldn’t let Golden Knights goalie Logan Thompson put a cancer ribbon on his helmet for last night’s game.
Per sources, #VegasBorn goalie Logan Thompson wanted to put a Cancer ribbon on his helmet design but was told he couldn’t by the NHL. It is Hockey Fights Cancer Month in the NHL. Thompson is the backup goalie tonight against the #SJSharks. @TheHockeyNews.
– Max Miller (@Real_Max_Miller) November 11, 2023
Excuse me? What’s that? No, of course not!
It’s Hockey Fights Cancer month, and the NHL is banning one of its players from wearing a cancer ribbon.
Add to that the fact that Thompson wasn’t even the starting goalie! He was on the bench for this Golden Knights game against the San Jose Sharks.
There’s really something I don’t understand.
As for the rainbow ribbons in support of the LGBTQ+ community, I understand a little more (even if it’s ridiculous) why they’d ban them, because it’s a movement that doesn’t have unanimous support.
If there’s one subject in the world that everyone surely agrees on, it’s the fact that we all hate this horrible disease that has taken far too many lives.
It’s beyond comprehension.
Maybe there’s an important missing detail in this story that will help us understand it better.
In a gust
– Not to be missed today.
Ready for it all. Ready for it all.
– Montreal Alouettes (@MTLAlouettes) November 11, 2023
– For those interested.
Medal matches at the #U17 World Challenge
5 #QMJHL players : Guité, Desnoyers, Huang, Nobert, Chandler,
Hopes for #NHLDraft2025
– Stephane Leroux (@StephRDSJunior) November 11, 2023
– Difficult and frustrating season so far for the Minnesota Wild.
Smith: The Wild are ‘angry’ and should be after latest maddening loss
– Michael Russo (@RussoHockey) November 11, 2023
– Listen now.
Who will be the next coach for CF Montréal?
Former players and coaches of the Montreal Impact, Nick De Santis and John Limniatis join @TonyMarinaro to discuss potential coaches.
– The Sick Podcast – CF Montréal Talk (@sickpodcfmtl) November 11, 2023