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This is an excerpt from The Buzzer, which is CBC Sports’ daily email newsletter. Stay up to speed on what’s happening in sports by subscribing here. To borrow a phrase we hear too often these days, an NHL season like no other opens Wednesday night. Here are some big-picture things to know about the pandemic-shortened 2021 campaign:
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The Ottawa Senators have acquired forward Clark Bishop from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenseman Max Lajoie. Bishop, 24, notched six goals and 13 assists for 19 points in 53 games with the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers last season. He added one assist in five NHL games with the Hurricanes. A native of St. John’s,
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In the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs, it was no surprise Vancouver Canucks’ head coach Travis Green was not shy about shuffling his lines. The big question heading into the 2020-21 season revolved around who will play on the team’s top-six. With the emergence of Nils Hogalnder, the organization has more options than expected. Green will
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The dawn of a new NHL season is upon us, and it will be a memorable one — regardless of which team hoists the Stanley Cup — given the paralyzing impact of the global pandemic. On the ice, the players themselves will author the story of a campaign that will no doubt be talked about for decades to
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10:20 PM ET ESPN News Services The Dallas Stars will resume practicing on Tuesday, four days after six players and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Dallas had its first three games — at Florida on Thursday and Friday, and at Tampa Bay on Sunday — postponed. The defending Western Conference champions are now
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The Binghamton Devils have signed forward Cam Darcy to a one-year American Hockey League contract. Darcy spent the 2019-20 season with the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage, tallying four goals and 14 assists for 18 points. A seventh-round choice by Tampa Bay in the 2014 NHL Draft, Darcy has skated in 249 AHL games over five
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The Winnipeg Jets have always been a bit of an odd bunch in the aesthetics department. Their World Hockey Association days saw them change their uniforms nearly every single year. Once they reached the National Hockey League, they wore a stolen jersey template for an entire decade. The return of the Jets to Winnipeg in
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