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Sunday Notes: Hilarious Jost-Compher video, Sidney Crosby returns, Jack Eichel trade chatter



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Good Sunday to you all. Crisp, fall day, lots of colored leaves. My kind of weather and scenery. Let’s do some hockey notes/links, starting with a hilarious video put out by the Avs featuring Tyson Jost and J.T. Compher walking through a haunted house, and some Jack Eichel trade buzz.

  • Tyson Jost’s laughter in this video makes you laugh along as well. I’m sure it will become a heavy meme item (Avalanche YouTube channel)
  • Calgary Hockey Now: Vegas is the front runner for Jack Eichel, and our Steve Macfarlane is all over the NHL trade chatter from the Calgary side. It’s a STEEP cost for a team that just finished a historic road trip. Here’s what Calgary can afford to give
  • Sportsnet: The NHLPA will have a reckoning with itself and head Donald Fehr on Monday. At issue is Fehr’s management of the Kyle Beach / Chicago Blackhawks scandal and if Fehr’s inaction was negligence. 
  • San Jose: One of the strangest days in Sharks history, seven players and two coaches entered COVID protocol. 
  • Washington: I know you don’t like the Washington Capitals. But our Sammi Silber did a pretty spectacular piece with rookie Hendrix Lapierre. The kid made the team at 19-years-old, and you can’t wipe the smile off his face. 
  • Boston Bruins play-by-play guy Jack Edwards – a good buddy of mine – is having to broadcast road games from a studio in a Boston suburb, and isn’t too happy about it (Boston Hockey Now)
  • The Vancouver Canucks are 3-5 and nobody is too happy about it (Vancouver Hockey Now)
  • Sidney Crosby returned to action yesterday, but somehow the Penguins lost at home to the understaffed Devils (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
  • What can the Vegas Golden Knights afford to give up in a potential Jack Eichel trade? (Vegas Hockey Now)
  • Larry Brooks says change is needed at the NHLPA in the wake of the Blackhawks scandal (NY Post)

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