In Red Wings Land
Two Detroit Red Wings from 1989 draft made history with these NHL awards - Freep
It was Lidstrom’s fellow pick from the 1989 draft, fourth-rounder Sergei Fedorov, who was the first Wings player to win the Selke, in 1994 (he was runner-up in 1992). Fedorov won again in 1996, the same year Steve Yzerman was second runner-up. Yzerman won the Selke in 2000, and Kris Draper in 2004.
They exist. https://t.co/ywkqaLIJt7— supernintendo chalmers (@helmerroids) July 20, 2020
Sara made me aLOL coming off the top rope with this.
Around the NHL
On Jeremy Roenick - Faxes from Uncle Dale
Jeremy Roenick is a weeping wound on the unwashed asscrack that is the NHL off the ice.
I’m very torn on the idea of giving that festering buttwipe any more attention, but I think this brief post covers it.
NHL announces only 2 positive tests for virus since camps opened - ESPN
Players who are missing from training camp are labeled “unfit to play,” and teams are forbidden to elaborate on the reasons for their absence. There were many more players deemed “unfit to play” than tested positive through July 17. In some cases, players were held out of the lineup out of concern for “secondary exposure” to an individual that tested positive for COVID-19, as the Pittsburgh Penguins did with nine players on July 13.
Yay only two!