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Evan’s NHL Daily: Penguins Lock Down Dubas, Draft Profiles



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In what might have been the worst kept secret in the NHL, the Pittsburgh Penguins finally got their man, handing the keys of the front office to Kyle Dubas.

For the Colorado Avalanche, we got started on our draft previews for the year, taking a look at two prospects who could be options at 27th overall. Look for more to come throughout the month.

All that and more in this Friday edition of Evan’s Daily.

Colorado Hockey Now

We kicked off our NHL draft profiles with Oshawa Generals center Calum Ritchie. In addition, we took a look at Swedish winger Otto Stenberg. The last time the Avalanche picked in round one, they took a Swede, and it could happen again.

The three players on the Avalanche who have the most to prove in 2023-24.

Although it really didn’t provide all that much in terms of new information, the body cam footage of the Valeri Nichushkin incident was released.

Around the NHL

It’s official: Kyle Dubas is the President of Hockey Operations for the Pittsburgh Penguins. And for the next little while, he’s probably the GM.

Goaltending is a top priority for Pittsburgh, who have to decide if Tristan Jarry is the goaltender they want to move forward with.

The Athletic released a new mock draft, and they have Colorado taking a forward whose not rated as a first rounder on most lists.

National Hockey Now

Florida: Winning makes everything fun, and the Panthers are having a lot of fun under Paul Maurice right now.

Vegas: Taking a look at the three big advantages the Golden Knights have in the Stanley Cup Final.

Washington: On Thursday, the Spencer Carbery era began for the Capitals, as he met with the media for the first time.

Calgary: The Flames have to pick a captain…who will it be?

Nashville: Why Barry Trotz pulled the trigger and fired John Hynes.

New Jersey: Six possible trade destinations for Mackenzie Blackwood.

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