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Evan’s NHL Daily: Vegas Gets Rowdy At Parade, Sharangovich Fit




It seems to be more and more common for the NHL champions to get a little rowdy at their parades. The Avalanche, of course, made sure to do that last year, and the Vegas Golden Knights got a little wild on Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Yegor Sharangovich might be out the door with the Devils, and we took a look at why he’s the type of player the Avalanche have honed in on in past offseasons.

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Around the NHL

We all remember the parade with the Avalanche last year. Bowen Byram getting mistaken for a fan, Rantanen forgetting how to speak English, Sam Girard doing a backflip in the middle of the street, and Landeskog taking his shirt off and cursing in his speech. They got a little rowdy. During their parade on Saturday night, a few Golden Knights players did the same thing.

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Boston: Jim Montgomery might win the Jack Adams award, but he isn’t perfect, and he admitted as much on Saturday.

Vegas: We mentioned it the other day, but the oddsmakers like the chances of the Avalanche winning it all next year more than the Golden Knights.

Florida: The Panthers might be without Aaron Ekblad to start next season.

New Jersey: The Devils might trade Sharangovich, but don’t expect Dawson Mercer to be going anywhere.

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