The New Jersey Devils may have found a solution in net with Nico Daws. Even if they didn’t, the rumored available goaltender in Calgary is likely not an option.
Elsewhere, a former Devils defenseman is finally starting to turn things around in Pittsburgh, John Tortorella might actually like Trevor Zegras, and Jeremey Swayman takes a shot at the team he plays for.
Let’s do that hockey.
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New Jersey Hockey Now: Saturday night’s headlines by Elliotte Friedman revealed what it would take for the Calgary Flames to part with goaltender Jacob Markstrom. Here’s why it’s an unlikely purchase for the Devils.
NJ.com: In Nico Daws the Devils may have (finally) found a solution in net.
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Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Former Devils defenseman Ryan Graves was struggling at the start of his tenure in Pittsburgh. He’s recently picked things up and received a promotion.
Boston Hockey Now: Bruins goalie Jeremy Swayman was selected to the 2024 NHL All-Star game via the Fan Vote on Saturday. However, he took a shot at Boston’s organization in the process.
Nashville Hockey Now: A trio of forwards for the Milwaukee Admirals are thriving at the AHL level. Predators GM Barry Trotz hints they may be ready to help a stale Nashville offense.
Philly Hockey Now: Remember when John Tortorella worked for ESPN and dogged Trevor Zegras for “The Michigan?” Turns out, Torts likes the kid. Surely, this has nothing to do with the 22-year-old center being on the trade block and his best friend just getting traded to Philly, right?
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