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Niners To Play 2 Upcoming Home Games In Arizona

(AP/CBS13) — The San Francisco 49ers will play two home games in Arizona after new coronavirus regulations put in place by Santa Clara County officials forced the team to find a temporary new home. The 49ers (5-6) will host the Buffalo Bills next Monday night and Washington on Dec. 13 at State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals, because they won’t be able to practice or play games in their home in Santa Clara County for three weeks. The team said it will have information on practice arr...
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Have We Been Here Before?

from Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star, There have been no serious negotiations between NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and NHL Players Association executive director Donald Fehr for more than a week. The last time they talked, the league basically asked to reopen the just-signed extension to the collective bargaining agreement by asking for $300 million more in concessions from the players in order to play some kind of season in 2021. Nothing since. U.S. Thanksgiving might have ...
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Morning Line- John Shannon

Sources from both the NHLPA and the NHL confirm there have been discussions, but no progress on re-visiting the terms of this summer’s Memoradum of Understanding on the CBA extension. — John Shannon (@JShannonhl) November 30, 2020
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Alexander: It turns out Pandemic Sports wasn’t as simple as we thought

We became complacent, didn’t we? We saw the NBA operate successfully in a bubble for three months. We saw Major League Baseball weather an early rash of COVID infections and not only play all but a handful of its scheduled games but get to the eighth inning of the final game of the season before its postseason bubble was pierced. Surely, expanded testing and stringent protocols even without the benefit of bubbles would enable the NFL and college football and basketball to roll through the advers...
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How Much Did Alberta Give The NHL For Advertising During The Stanley Cup Final?

from Alex Antoneshyn of CTV Alberta, Alberta paid $4 million to National Hockey League Canada to advertise during the Stanley Cup Finals in its capital city. The contract between Alberta Communications and Public Engagement (CPE) and the NHL ran from July 1 to Oct. 1. “The NHL playoffs taking place in the Edmonton 'bubble,' including the Stanley Cup Finals, was a major opportunity to showcase all Alberta has to offer to millions of viewers outside our province. The contrac...
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Two years ago today Patrik Laine became fourth youngest in NHL history to 100 goals

Looking back on this day two years ago when Patrik Laine scored his 100th NHL goal. The post Two years ago today Patrik Laine became fourth youngest in NHL history to 100 goals first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Notes On Our Game

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - NHL commissioner Gary Bettman is adamant there will be a hockey season. It has become personal for him with ownership divided on whether or not to go forward. The questions now are, how long will the season be and when will it begin? … And, still, there’s no deal with the players, who are being asked to give more money back after agreeing to and signing off on a salary clawback in July. The threat for players now is the possibility of no money for ...
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49ers Can’t Practice, Play At Home For 3 Weeks Under New Santa Clara COVID Restrictions

SANTA CLARA (AP/CBS13) – The San Francisco 49ers may need to find a temporary new home after Santa Clara County on Saturday banned all contact sports from holding games and practices for the next three weeks. County officials issued the directives in response to rising cases of the coronavirus in the area. The rules take effect Monday and will last until Dec 21. BREAKING: County of Santa Clara Public Health Department Announces Revisions to the Health Officer’s Mandatory Directives Amid Steeply...
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The View From Both Sides

from Eric Macramalla at Forbes, Requesting amendments to a ratified agreement is a big deal and the NHL knows that. So to approach the Union for further concessions means the league is seeing something new and material that requires urgent attention. Indeed, the NHL believes that its financial assumptions have so dramatically changed such that this coming season is no longer financially viable within the four corners of the existing framework. So what has changed for the league? It’s ...
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More Women Needed In The NHL

from Matt Porter of the Boston Globe, While other sports, slowly but surely, are putting women on the sidelines or in the big chair in the front offices, hockey has been a bit slower to include. There has, however, a spate of hires in the last few years. Taking stock of the NHL from a gender diversity perspective: ▪ The most visible of women in US hockey has been former Northeastern star Kendall Coyne Schofield, who blazed a lap around the rink at NHL All-Star Weekend in San Jose in 2...
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Ask Seattle To Pay Ahead For Immediate Relief

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, If the NHL needs another $300 million in order to proceed with the 2020-21 season, and that is essentially what Sixth Avenue has represented to the NHLPA, why don’t Gary Bettman, Bill Daly and the Board simply ask Seattle to advance up to half of the $650 million expansion fee that is currently due before the Kraken’s inaugural 2021-22? Wouldn’t that take care of it, and more appropriately, than the owners approaching the players with hands out ...
Tags: New York Post, Boston, Sport, NHL, Seattle, Kraken, Jerry Bruckheimer, Bettman, Scott Mayfield, NHLPA, Larry Brooks, David Bonderman, Mr Jacobs, Gary Bettman Bill Daly


Tops Draft Picks For 2021

from Corey Pronman of The Athletic, For the first time since arguably the 2017 NHL Draft, and more convincingly since the 2014 NHL Draft, we have a truly wide-open debate at the very top of the class, with several candidates for the No. 1 pick.... Aatu Raty (C, Karpat-Liiga), is a highly skilled playmaker with slightly above-average feet. He has had a tough start to the season between his Liiga and junior league play, and is in danger of not even making Finland’s world junior team aft...
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Video- When Will The Season Start?

via Sportsnet's YouTube channel, David Amber is joined by Sportsnet's NHL Insiders Elliotte Friedman & Chris Johnston to discuss whether the NHL is any closer to a firm starting date for the 2020-21 season.  
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Draft Rankings, First Edition

from Sam Cosentino of Sportsnet, So, with some players on the ice playing and others waiting to get started, here is our first look at the Top 32 prospects for the 2021 NHL Draft. 1. Owen Power, D, U of Michigan (NCAA): Playing big minutes in all situations in a great program as a freshman is a rarity, especially for a defenceman. 2. Carson Lambos, D, Winnipeg Ice (WHL): Impressive WHL point totals (32 in 57 games) last season considering he was tasked with the toughest match-ups ...
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Checking In on the Big Ten

Two-and-a-half weeks into the season, the Big Ten has emerged as one of the victors in this strange season. Whether it has been the league’s rigorous testing protocol or just dumb luck, the league has now managed to play 12 games without a cancellation; a remarkable achievement given the cancellation rate for the rest of college hockey is hovering above 50% at the moment and those Big Ten games have been played in states where case numbers have surpassed the CDC’s previous worst possib...
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What Side Will Blink First?

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun, We don’t know if that will be the NHL commissioner Gary Bettman or NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr, but the clock is ticking and the sense is if a season is to begin Jan. 1, then a deal has to in place by Tuesday. The word is that during a conference call last week, the players told Fehr not to pick up the phone or budge on the union’s position and, as a result, there’s been nothing but silence between the two sides. The players aren’t h...
Tags: Sport, Canada, United States, NHL, Ottawa, Gary Bettman, Bettman, Fehr, NHLPA, Bill Daly, Donald Fehr, Bruce Garrioch


Videos- The Boston Gardens In Table Hockey Form

from Darcy Seaton of CTV News, Trent Buhler is crazy about his Boston Bruins… and a fan of old sports venues. “I’ve been to some of the old greats but I never actually got to Boston until it was gone,” said Buhler. That led to a project he started more than two years ago. Buhler decided to turn a table hockey game into a replica of one the NHL’s most famous arenas – the iconic Boston Garden. “It borders on insanity for sure but it's definitely a labour of love,” said B...
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NHL.com Takes A Look At The Detroit Red Wings

NHL.com is providing in-depth roster, prospect and fantasy analysis for each of its 31 teams from Nov. 16-Dec. 16. Today, the Detroit Red Wings. from Nicholas J. Cotsonika of NHL.com, The Detroit Red Wings will look a lot different this season. They were active in the trade and free agent markets, adding goalie Thomas Greiss; defensemen Jon Merrill, Marc Staal and Troy Stecher; and forwards Bobby Ryan and Vladislav Namestnikov. At the same time, they subtracted goalie Jimmy Howa...
Tags: Sport, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, Steve Yzerman, Vladislav Namestnikov, Bobby Ryan, Justin Abdelkader, Red Wings, Jonathan Ericsson, Trevor Daley, Jimmy Howard, Brendan Perlini, Thomas Greiss, Dan Rosen, Troy Stecher, Wings Continue


Walmart Canada Black Friday 2020 Toy & Video Game Event Sale is ON NOW

Walmart Canada has a great Black Friday Toy & Video Game Event Sale ON NOW! Save up to 60% off select Toys and Video Games. This offer is valid until November 29, 2020. Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle, for $399.96 NHL 21 (PS4), for $39.96, was $79.96 Wireless Nintendo Switch Gamepads, for $49.96, was $69.96 Turtle Beach Recon Gaming Headset, for $29.96, was $39.96 The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening for Switch, for $49.96, was $79.96 and more Click here to view Walmart Black Frid...
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KK- Relax Mode

I am officially in kick back mode or get ready for Thanksgiving on Thursday when I will be hosting a few friends. I am in charge of the deep-fried cajun turkey, mashed potatoes and the stuffing. Since my close family no longer lives in the area, I appointed myself as the patriarch of friends for the day. (some of you may say emperor) I will update if needed but with the NHL and NHLPA in a pause, I do think it will continue to be slow. My only Thanksgiving wish is to remind people if yo...
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Winnipeg Jets prospect David Gustafsson’s loan agreement with Tingsryds extended

The centre will be sticking around in Sweden for a bit longer. The post Winnipeg Jets prospect David Gustafsson's loan agreement with Tingsryds extended first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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The Life Of Fred Sasakamoose

via TSN, Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous players in the NHL's history, has died after battling a presumed case of COVID-19. He was 86. Sasakamoose played 11 games with the Blackhawks in 1953-54 and had a storied junior career with the Moose Jaw Canucks of the Western Canadian Junior Hockey League. Watch The life and legacy of Fred Sasakamoose at TSN.
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One Big Reason To Play This Season

from Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star, If there is a motivating factor for both the NHL and its players to get this season underway, it’s money. The NHL is heading into the final season of a 10-year contract that gave NBC and its cable partners national broadcasting and digital rights in the United States. It amounted to $200 million (U.S.) a year. There’s a pot of broadcast gold waiting at the expiration of this contract. If the season is played, the NHL could enter into new lucr...
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A More Realistic Start Date

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, The lack of progress over the last five days in crafting protocols for 2020-21 would seem to jeopardize the NHL’s targeted Jan. 1 puck drop on a hypothetical 60-game regular season. Indeed, a 48-game season beginning the third week of January appears the more likely objective. The 1994-95 lockout season began Jan. 20 while the 2012-13 lockout year opened Jan. 19. The parties must agree on health and safety protocols outside of a bubble. With...
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Fred Sasakamoose, Indigenous NHL trailblazer, dies at 86 after battle with Covid-19

Fred Sasakamoose was the first Indigenous player with treaty status to play in the National Hockey League.
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NHL Game-Used Uniform Friendship Bracelet

At maximum speed, a hockey player can skate up to 25 miles per hour. Factor in all of those adrenaline-fueled collisions and glove-dropping brawls, and you realize just how much those uniforms endure throughout 82+ grueling annual matchups. Now fans can wear a piece of their favorite team's history with Ward Wallau's one-of-a-kind creation. Crafted from authenticated regular season, game-worn NHL uniforms, each friendship-style bracelet is gift-boxed with an authentication card and a hologram to...
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A Not So Good COVID Update

from Sportsnet, The Columbus Blue Jackets have had several players test positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed in a statement provided to Sportsnet. “The Blue Jackets had several players recently test positive for the COVID-19 virus. Those players immediately began to quarantine and the club closed its off-ice facilities at Nationwide Arena beginning the week of November 16," the Blue Jackets' statement reads. "No voluntary workouts were scheduled this week due to the Thank...
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Good Contract, Bad Contract

from Emily Kaplan of ESPN, In this exercise, we identified the best contracts on every team, the ones with which the player provides the most production per dollar. We also identified the worst -- you know, the ones that drive both fans and general managers up the wall. Detroit Red Wings Best: Dylan Larkin 24, C, $6.1 million through 2022-23 The Red Wings were bottom-feeders last season, as they are in total revamp mode. Steve Yzerman is essentially trying to build a winner from...
Tags: Sport, Espn, Nielsen, NHL, Steve Yzerman, Dylan Larkin, Red Wings, Henrik Zetterberg, Zetterberg, Larkin, Frans Nielsen, Ken Holland, Yzerman, Emily Kaplan, Tyler Bertuzzi, Detroit Red Wings Best


A ‘Real’ Trip For Daniel Carcillo

from Phil Rosenthal of the Chicago Tribune, “It was the most amazing experience,” Carcillo says on the latest edition of “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel,” set to debut at 9 p.m. CST Tuesday on HBO and HBO Max Carcillo, who sued the NHL over his concussion-related injuries, is among the former athletes on the program extolling the benefits of psychedelic drugs in helping him cope with aftereffects of brain trauma. The research in this area, correspondent David Scott notes, is “embr...
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The late Alex Trebek hosted more than 8,200 'Jeopardy!' episodes, with his last slated to air on Christmas Day. Here's a look at his life and legacy, from his start as a Canadian sports announcer to Emmy-winning millionaire.

Trebek won Emmy Awards in 1989, 1990, 2003, 2006, 2008, and 2019. Reed Saxon/AP Images Alex Trebek, the beloved host of the "Jeopardy!" game show, died on November 8 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80. Trebek, who helmed "Jeopardy!" for 36 years, holds the record for most episodes of a game show hosted. He reportedly earned a salary of $10 million a year. His last episode will air on Christmas Day. It was taped at the end of October, just over a week before he died. The s...
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