There may be some concern over Gabriel Landeskog and his injury. Plus, Ryan Reynolds and his group have put in a bid to buy the Ottawa Senators.
It was supposed to be a quiet day at practice for the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday. Only a few players were skating, but coach Bednar talked for a long time and some interesting tidbits came out about Gabriel Landeskog’s injury.
In Ottawa, there are a reported three bids in to buy the Ottawa Senators, and there may even be a fourth.
All that and more in this Thursday edition of Evan’s Daily.
Colorado Hockey Now
Gabriel Landeskog skated before practice on Wednesday and looks to be progressing, but there is a little bit of concern over the long-term ramifications of this injury, at least from his coach. Read about it here.
Around the NHL
There are at least three bids in to purchase the Ottawa Senators, and the group that includes Ryan Reynolds is responsible for one of those bids. There’s no doubt the NHL would prefer they purchase the team, and have Reynolds be the face of the ownership group.
Elliotte Friedman put out his 32 Thoughts, wrapping up the NHL Trade Deadline one last time, as well as other news around the league. Is the NHL looking to expand to Houston?
National Hockey Now
Erik Karlsson said that he felt “disrespected” by the refs on Tuesday night when they didn’t call a penalty on a clear high-stick.
One player who the Capitals didn’t trade at the deadline was Conor Sheary, and he opened up about the anxiety he felt on deadline day.
The Red Wings rallied to beat the lowly Blackhawks on Wednesday. night.
The Islanders are hitting their stride, and so is coach Lane Lambert.