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Around the League 2019-2020 Edition

hockeylover

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Ah okay, 22 years then.

Don't actually remember that 1998 series at all.

I probably wouldn't enjoy their failures so much if they didn't throw such a tantrum about Babcock choosing us.
 

JackBurton

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sabres traded twice for jimmy vesey.. once it was to speak to him on the phone.
ironically there was massive celebrations when pegula bought the team but they've been a disaster and it feels he's always rushed the rebuilds
 

LeafGm

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Looks like the Sens are hitting the headlines again.

Yesterday, the Sens foundation—a separately run organization that’s affiliated with the Sens as their charitable arm in Ottawa—tweeted out this about George Floyd:




The Ottawa Senators themselves have still, thus far, had nothing to say on the subject of Floyd or the ongoing BLM protests.

Today, the Sens & Sens foundation announced they’re cutting ties after 22 years.
 

LeafGm

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For all the plans the NHL’s been announcing, not much time has been dedicated to what’ll happen in the case of positive tests in the midst of competition.
 

zeke

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For all the plans the NHL’s been announcing, not much time has been dedicated to what’ll happen in the case of positive tests in the midst of competition.
Tbh it's even money that a flare-up from opening up will scuttle all these plans anyways.
 

axlsalinger

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I'm sure they do have a plan, but there is no perfect solution. We have to figure it out though, because waiting indefinitely for a vaccine isn't really an option, imo.
 

trujaysfan

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Test the remainder of the team, isolate the individuals and have a large taxi squad.... not much different between how the NHL should handle it and how the Bundesliga handles it.
 
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