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Evan’s NHL Daily: Panthers Get One Back, Dubois To Give Jets List Of Teams



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With all the off-ice happenings around the NHL, it might have been easy to forget the Stanley Cup Final is still going on. On Thursday night, the Florida Panthers got on the board against the Vegas Golden Knights, and we officially have a series.

Meanwhile, Pierre-Luc Dubois is apparently set to give the Jets a list of teams he’d be willing to sign long-term with. Will the Avalanche make that list?

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

Colorado Hockey Now

Pierre-Luc Dubois has a lot of what the Avalanche would be looking for behind Nathan MacKinnon, but as he’s now asked for a trade from his second team, is he worth going after?

NHL Trade Chatter

Speaking of Dubois, his camp is set to give the Jets a list of teams, maybe five or six, that he’d be willing to sign long-term with. The Avalanche may be on that list, but they might not be. Last summer, Matthew Tkachuk had the Avalanche on his list of teams he’d be willing to sign long-term with, so it’s not out of the realm of possibility that Dubois would think the same.

Stanley Cup Final

Speaking of Matthew Tkachuk, his late goal sent the game to overtime, where Carter Verhaeghe won it for the Panthers. That win gets the Panthers on the board, and they’ll have a chance to tie the series on Saturday night at home.

From the Golden Knights perspective, they gave up a ton of chances, but still had a chance to win. That’s what they’ll hang their hat on.

National Hockey Now

Pittsburgh: There are a lot of goalies available it appears, so what does that mean for Tristan Jarry and his future?

Boston: The Bruins want to keep him, but it appears Tyler Bertuzzi wants to test the market.

Montreal: The top 3 buyout candidates for the Canadiens.

New Jersey: The Devils have a handful of unrestricted free agents. Here’s what’s going on with all of them.

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