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Devils Daily: Lee Addresses Hischier Check; Tortorella Issues Public Apology

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Tuesday night’s victory was quite the unexpected one for the New Jersey Devils.

Literally.

According to MoneyPuck, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ 45 shots on goal translated into a 74.2% win probability for Sheldon Keefe and co.

Unfortunately for Toronto, Jake Allen was in net.

In the link, the Isles captain offers his first comment on his knee-on-knee with Nico Hischier.

Elsewhere, Jake Guentzel claims being traded wasn’t his choice, the clock is ticking for Pittsburgh to decide on their 2024 first-round pick, and John Tortorella issues a public apology.

Let’s do that hockey.

Devils News

New Jersey Hockey Now: New York Islanders captain Anders Lee offered his first comment on his illegal knee-on-knee check to Devils captain Nico Hischier.

More NJHN: The Devils defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs on the road. Jake Allen, again, was strong between the pipes, meanwhile, Jesper Bratt and Curtis Lazar dished three assists.

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NHL Trade Talk, News, & National Hockey Now

Sportsnet: Oh the irony… Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe ripped Toronto for their “immature play” against the Devils last night.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Jake Guentzel wanted to stay with the Pittsburgh Penguins, admitting the trade to the Carolina Hurricanes wasn’t his “choice.”

San Jose Hockey Now: Speaking of the Penguins, how long does Pittsburgh have to decide if they’re giving the San Jose Sharks the 2024 first-round pick for Erik Karlsson?

Philly Hockey Now: Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Tortorella apologized for his reaction to a question asked about goaltender Felix Sandstrom and his performance against Florida on Sunday night.

Montreal Hockey Now: Juraj Slafkovsky set a Montreal Canadiens record in their win against the Avalanche on Tuesday night.

Nashville Hockey Now: Head coach Andrew Brunette has made the Nashville Predators locked in as the playoff race heats up.

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