as informed in NHL Daily: Detroit Red Wings/Detroit Tigers owner Mike Iltch has passed away at the age of 87, Toronto Maple Leafs scouting Avs/Penguins, Red Wings recall netminder Jimmy Howard, and more!
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Here is your highlight of the night:NHL Daily: Morning Coffee HeadlinesMike Iltch Passes Away at 87In sad news Friday, we learned that Detroit Red Wings/Detroit Tigers owner Mike Iltch has passed away at the age of 87.
A legend in the Detroit area, Iltch was around for four Stanley Cup Championships and will be sadly missed.
as informed in For the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Sabres in the mirror are closer than they appear.
Still five points back of the Leafs for the wild card, the Sabres have a lot of work to do.
The Leafs and their rivals from Buffalo have been trending in opposite directions for a week or so now.
Capitals add some fire to their streakSo, the Capitals won for the 12th consecutive time on home ice on Saturday.
In the interim, Anderson spent time with his wife, Nicholle, as she underwent treatments for a rare form of cancer.
as informed in According to Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos, Shattenkirk has around 12 teams he’s interested in signing with long term.
I’m told two of them are Canadian teams.
As the trade deadline inches ever closer and Kevin Shattenkirk remains with the St. Louis Blues, news out of both camps about trade talks keeps squeaking out.
“But there’s a belief out there that he would not be traded to a Canadian team because there was really no chance on a long-term deal moving forward.
And, per Kypreos, at least two of those are Canadian teams:”Short-term, [Blues GM Doug Armstrong] could trade him anywhere, including to any Canadian city,” explained Kypreos.
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