Tonight’s top hockey news features the ageless wonder Jaromir Jagr, a great piece on Cary Price and a look at the system the Boston Bruins will run this coming NHL season.
Tonight’s top hockey news
-The Peter Pan of the NHL wasn’t ready for Neverland just yet as Jaromir Jagr inked a one-year contract with the Calgary Flames Monday. A day before Jagr tweeted a unique picture to say the least.
Look, I just tell my cat, there is a chance to play in NHL this year. pic.twitter.com/8iBoTYeEl7
— Jaromir Jagr (@68Jagr) October 1, 2017
– Boston Globe hockey scribe Fluto Shinzawa penned an excellent look into the system the Boston Bruins will be playing in their first full season under Bruce Cassidy in his Sunday notes.
-Paul Campbell of The Athletic, looks into what makes Canadiens goalie Carey Price great.
-Need Fantasy Hockey advice? Check out our friend Slim Cliffy!
-Finally, the hockey world lost a legend and hall of famer on Sunday as longtime NHL play-by-play announcer and most recently with the Dallas Stars passed away from cancer. Murph and Rob Simpson of NHL Network Radio on Sirius/XM took time on the latest Murphy’s Hockey Law Podcast to reflect on Strader. ‘The Voice’ as he was affectionately known, will never be silenced in our collective hockey hearts! Godspeed Strades.