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New Jersey Devils, Stanley Cup Final

New Jersey Devils fans haven’t watched their team play in well over a month now, however, Game One of the Stanley Cup Final was certainly something to be excited about.

The Cats defended their ice against the best player in the world. It was a fast, physical, and spirited tilt between Florida and Edmonton that just adds another page to an already exciting 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs book.

In the links, more excitement in the form of the 2024 NHL Draft and who the Devils might choose, as well as 4 Nations Faceoff news.

Elsewhere, Pittsburgh’s GM mentions rebuild, Chicago GM throws cold water on star returning, and historic implications could arise in Boston goalie trade.

Let’s do that hockey.

Devils News

New Jersey Hockey Now: Will they keep it? Will they trade it? Time will tell, but General Manager Tom Fitzgerald has certainly been open about the fact that he’s willing to trade the 10th overall selection at the 2024 NHL Draft. However, if the Devils’ GM opts to keep the pick, New Jersey is continually linked to Beckett Sennecke.

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Florida Hockey Now: It was the Sergei Bobrovsky show in Game One of the Stanley Cup Final as the Cats defeated the Edmonton Oilers 3-0 in regulation. Bob made 33 saves, buoying Florida who was outshot 33-18.

More FHN: Ahead of the 2024 Stanley Cup Final, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettmansaid during his ‘State of the League’ address on Saturday night that it would be good for the Florida Panthers to take part in an outdoor game. Could Marlins Park in Little Havana play host to the Florida Panthers and an ‘outdoor’ game in the future?

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Sportsnet: The 2024 NHL Combine took place on Saturday, testing the fitness level of the top prospects heading into the 2024 NHL Draft. Here are the results of how the prospects did.

4 Nations Faceoff/NJHN: Hockey fans are finally going to get some best-on-best action next winter when the NHL hosts the 4 Nations Faceoff which will be hosted in the Bell Centre in Montreal– home of the Montreal Canadiens — and TD Garden in Boston — home of the Boston Bruins. Plus, the tournament schedule and broadcast information revealed as well.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: What are the Pittsburgh Penguins? They’ve committed to Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang. They’re (rightfully) going to ink Sidney Crosby to another contract. Yet, Penguins General Manager Kyle Dubas is “urgently” trying to acquire draft picks amid revealing a rebuild strategy.

Boston Hockey Now: There’s been plenty of speculation over the last year or so, and yet, it isn’t certain what the Boston Bruins will receive in return when they likely trade goalie Linus Ullmark this offseason. What is, however, is that if and when the move is eventually made, it will have implications of historic proportions both for the Bruins organization and the rest of the National Hockey League.

San Jose Sharks: In an exclusive with Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now, projected No.1 overall pick, Macklin Celebrini explains he won’t be cheering for his childhood favorite team, the Vancouver Canucks, anymore (well, mostly). He also explained why he wears No.17.

Chicago Hockey Now: When the Chicago Blackhawks traded superstar forward Patrick Kane, that was a decision they didn’t make lightly. Since his stint with the New York Rangers, he signed with the Detroit Red Wings, however, it appears he’s heading to unrestricted free agency. That, of course, sparked speculation that Kane might return to Chicago, however, Blackhawks GM Kyle Davidson threw cold water on that idea.

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