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Bob McKenzie 1h
That three-goal, five-point effort by Sean Couturier today was one for the ages. Fact he did it on an MCL injury that would normally keep him out four weeks, absolutely incredible. PHI loss shouldn’t diminish magnitude of the accomplishment. Add it to Stanley Cup playoff lore.
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TSN Hockey 12h
Enjoy your spring weekend with plenty of hockey talk in an all-new episode of the Bobcast - available now at , , &
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
This is the companion tweet to go with the latest episode of the . Have a nut-rubbing good weekend because April is Testicular Cancer Awareness month. Thanks to for all the great work on men’s health:
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Replying to @_willjoyce @MovemberCA
Our pal is our celebrity nut-rubbing endorser. Listened to a Nov/16 episode of the , took the advice, checked himself out, diagnosed with testicular cancer, got surgery/treatment, now healthy and spokesman:
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NHL Player Safety Apr 20
The Department of Player Safety analyzes four recent hits to explain how we determine if a player’s head is the “main point of contact”
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
This is the companion tweet to go with the latest episode of the . Have a nut-rubbing good weekend because April is Testicular Cancer Awareness month. Thanks to for all the great work on men’s health:
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Darren Dreger Apr 20
DOPS expected to release video analysis tonight of several recent hits, 2 suspensions and 2 non to explain factors they considered.
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USA Hockey Apr 20
David Quinn to serve as head coach of the 2019 U.S. National Junior Team → |
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Here you go. Happy Friday:
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Rod Brind’Amour may be internal potential candidate but owner Tom Dundon will be looking outside organization as well. Mike Vellucci, current CAR asst GM and head coach of AHL Charlotte, BTW, is more interested long term in being a coach than a GM/exec.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Replying to @TSNBobMcKenzie
Peters is front and centre as the leading candidate for the CGY opening, but there has been interest expressed by multiple clubs.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Replying to @TSNBobMcKenzie
That means, for now anyway, there would/will be head-coaching vacancies in Calgary, Carolina, Dallas and New York Rangers.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 20
Expectation is head coach Bill Peters will today exercise his option (which expires today) to leave CAR to pursue other coaching opportunities.
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Frank Seravalli Apr 19
The Saskatchewan Health Authority announced today that three additional people involved in the Broncos bus accident have been released from the hospital. Six remain in the hospital, two in critical condition.
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NHL Player Safety Apr 19
Nashville’s Ryan Hartman suspended one game for an illegal check to the head on Colorado’s Carl Soderberg.
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NHL Player Safety Apr 19
Nashville’s Ryan Hartman will have a hearing today for an illegal check to the head on Colorado’s Carl Soderberg.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 19
Replying to @TSNBobMcKenzie
So even though it appears Peters would strongly prefer to leave CAR and Dundon would strongly prefer him to leave, the circumstances of a potential departure have financial implications for both, so it all could get a little sticky. Unless Peters gets hired quickly elsewhere.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 19
Replying to @TSNBobMcKenzie
But if Peters doesn’t use option to leave, if timing and/or prospects of CGY/DAL job don’t materialize during window, Peters may not be eager to walk away from CAR with $ (one year) still on table. May prefer to be fired, but Dundon doesn’t like firing, prefers reassigning.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 19
Replying to @TSNBobMcKenzie
Meanwhile, the sense is Dundon also has a strong preference for Peters to NOT come back. If Peters exercises his option to leave, Dundon is off the hook for Peters’ contract and would be free to name a new head coach. Perhaps Rod Brind’Amour.
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Bob McKenzie Apr 19
Interesting game of cat and mouse going on in CAR with head coach Bill Peters and owner Tom Dundon. Peters, for now, has option to leave CAR. Sense is Peters’ strong preference is to NOT return. He is a candidate in CGY/DAL and belief is the Albertan’s preference is to go home.
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