Detroit Red Wings
Duffer’s Dabbles: Bruins Shopping For More Pieces; Golden Knights Cleaning House
The Boston Bruins are actively pursuing offseason deals to strengthen their lineup following a second-round playoff exit. Boston is shopping forward Jake DeBrusk. A player they have interest in is Arizona Coyotes center, Christian Dvorak.
Meanwhile, the Vegas Golden Knights are busily creating cap space. Marc-Andre Fleury and Ryan Reaves are already gone and Reilly Smiith is on the trading block. But no one anticipated the latest Vegas departure. The CMO of the organization, the man behind the team’s brilliant marketing strategy is also gone.
Cam & Strick Podcast: Here’s the story you want. Grab a cup of coffee. Settle in. Former NHLer Beau Bennett was a guest, talking about an about an Evgeni Malkin locker room fight and Phil Kessel chirping Sidney Crosby.
Philly: The Flyers have been among the NHL’s busiest teams in the offseason. Philly GM Chuck Fletcher has significantly improved the Flyers
Florida: They were talking Panthers and George Richards was spitting answers.
San Jose: Sharks ssistant coach John Madden was close with Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Mattis Kivlenieks, who died last month in a fireworks accident. Kivlenieks died a heroic death, making one final save – getting between a stray firework launch and a teammate’s family. Madden fondly remembered Kivlenieks.
Detroit: Another Red Wings prospect is getting a chance with Team Sweden.
Vancouver: Rob Simpson in Vancouver Hockey Now chatted with Canucks head coach Travis Green about his battle with COVID, the short summer, and GM Jim Benning’s work on the NHL trade market.