As for who made the cut, here’s the list. 11 teams did not submit any names.
Anaheim: Richard Rakell, John Gibson Boston: Dougie Hamilton Buffalo: Mikhail Grigorenko Carolina: Ryan Murphy, Victor Rask Columbus: Boone Jenner, Ryan Murray Dallas: Radek Faksa, Matej Stransky, Brett Ritchie Edmonton: Nail Yakupov, David Musil Florida: Jonathan Huberdeau Minnesota: Matthew Dumba Montreal: Alex Galchenyuk NY Islanders: Ryan Strome, Griffin Reinhart Ottawa: Cody Ceci, Stefan Noesen Philadelphia: Scott Laughton Pittsburgh: Scott Harrington, Olli Maatta, Derrick Pouliot St. Louis: Ty Rattie Toronto: Morgan Rielly, David Broll Vancouver: Frank Corrado Washington: Thomas Wilson Winnipeg: Mark Scheifele
Just because a team has listed a player doesn’t mean they will bring them up, just that they’ll have the option to do it. Of course, they’ll need the lockout to end at a reasonable time to make this list useful.
Despite tough fight, Stars hand Wild their sixth straight loss
This dominant win is a heck of a way for the Kings to begin an imposing seven-game road trip, which continues against the New York Islanders on Thursday. The Bruins probably want to burn the tape on this one themselves, as they’re about to head on a six-game road trip.
Per @EliasSports: @LAKings had 9 different skaters score in a game for 5th time in franchise history. Last: Jan. 21, 1987 vs. PIT (10-5 W).
Some hockey players resist the urge to wear a visor, at least if they’re given that choice.
Perhaps a few will say “Hey, Nathan Beaulieu will just punch it off anyway.”
Maybe not, but Beaulieu provided a rather unique moment in his fight with Cedric Paquette during the Montreal Canadiens – Tampa Bay Lightning game. You can watch that bout in the video above, and see a cut on the Lightning pest’s face from that blow.