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Kevin’s Morning Hash: Huber’s birth certificate, Kraken rumor, hot take on Bergeron

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Six-foot-six Uwe Krupp was the second extra large German defenseman in Red Wings' history.
Six-foot-six Uwe Krupp was the second extra large German defenseman in Red Wings' history.

Plenty of Detroit Red Wings fans are well versed in their team’s trivia. But did you know that Willie Huber wasn’t born in Canada? Or, that Moritz Seider will be the third German defenseman who was 6-foot-4 or taller?

In case you missed it, check out a light reading story about German Red Wings.

Also, make sure you didn’t miss Bob Duff’s analysis that the Detroit Red Wings’ 1989 draft haul was the best in league history.

Rumor of the Day: Former NHL player and current Wisconsin coach Tony Granato could be a candidate for the Seattle Kraken coaching job. The latest on the Covid situation with Montreal and Dougie Hamilton’s timeline.

Boston Hockey Now columnist Jimmy Murphy believes Patrice Bergeren was robbed of winning his fifth Selke Trophy. It’s hard to argue when you consider the players recently voted Bergeron as tied with Sidney Crosby for the title of best all-around player

The Hockey Now empire continues to grow.  Hint: the site will soon be chronicling what’s up with Alex Ovechkin’s contract. Check it out:

Dan Kingerski has a strong take on why the Penguins can’t blow it up now.

 

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