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Sunday Notes: Cale Makar back in regular jersey, Robin Lehner goes off



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Good Sunday to all. Cool, crisp fall day. Broncos football later, Patriots vs. The Goat later. Gonna be a fun sports day. Speaking of fun, there is this development with Cale Makar today:

  • No more red sweater for Cale. The Avs play in Minnesota tomorrow night, and top regulars usually don’t travel to such games, but we’ll see. I would assume he might be in the lineup for Tuesday’s home preseason tilt with Vegas.

  • Devon Toews is still in the red sweater, but seems to be progressing nicely. He’s been skating regularly at camp.
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  • So, Vegas goalie Robin Lehner went OFF on Twitter last night, with a bunch of critical comments about the NHL in regard to pain pill prescriptions (or lack thereof), ambien and other stuff. The NHL would now like a word with him. This could get very contentious if it isn’t already (Vegas Hockey Now)
  • A top Pittsburgh Penguin has tested positive for Covid (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
  • The Washington Capitals have already seen a top goalie go down (Washington Hockey Now)
  • Top 10 overvalued NHL fantasy players for the season. Yes, they did put an Av on the list (Hockey News)
  • Things aren’t going well in New York Rangers camp (NY Post)
  • Dylan Larkin is comparing his comeback with the Red Wings to that of a fictional character (Detroit Hockey Now)
  • Not only will the New York Islanders be moving into a new arena in November but their AHL arena in Bridgeport, CT is getting a facelift as well. (NYI Hockey Now)
  • The Washington Capitals did not get good news on their top center. (Washington Hockey Now)

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