The Detroit Red Wings may be playing like dogs of late, but they still apparently aren’t ready to add one to the squad. While some other NHL teams are recently recruiting dogs to serve as team mascots.
As was often the case when he was a key player with the Red Wings, count on Sergei Feodorov to step up and deliver the goods.
— KHL (@khl_eng) November 17, 2021
Currently the head coach of CSKA Moscow of the KHL, Fedorov didn’t just welcome one pup to their team. He is doubling done, bringing two puppies on board with the club.
Here’s the 411 on the four-legged visitors to CSKA Moscow: Rocky and Gadget are brother and sister from the same litter. They are four months old.
Fedorov, who has three dogs of his own, took great delight in paws-ing for a photo shoot with his newest canine comrades.
Canucks GM Jim Benning is admitting his is a fragile team. Benning covered a wide variety of options with Vancouver Hockey Now’s Rob Simpson on how to turn around his struggling team. They include the potential removal of coach Travis Green. There was also speculation about brokering some trades to shake up the lineup.
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