- Are Ron Francis’ failures in Carolina a red flag for Seattle?
My column on Ron Francis,— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) July 18, 2019
Seattle’s NHL team and whether his failings in Carolina are a red flag for his new team. #NHL https://t.co/pQoVxEDMxF
- And Francis is excited about the opportunity to prove himself. [NHL]
Thank you for the warm welcome! I’m excited to join @NHLSeattle_ and build an excellent franchise that will bring back the Stanley Cup! https://t.co/lMPKKKIxFG— Ron Francis (@RonFrancis10) July 18, 2019
- Andrei Svechnikov was mentioned in a list of young players poised to have a breakout sophomore season.
Andrei Svechnikov was overshadowed in the Calder race in 2018-19, but is set for a big season in Carolina this year.— The Hockey News (@TheHockeyNews) July 18, 2019
He's far from the only sophomore primed for a breakout season in 2019-20 – let's take a look at five others ready for a big campaign. https://t.co/aKwYrFPbsm
- This is, uh, interesting.
NHL star @9Artemi: Putin's time is up, he can no longer distinguish between right and wrong; I don't like the lawlessness. https://t.co/EarmyLiwsP— Lucian Kim (@Lucian_Kim) July 18, 2019
- And here’s the full translation of that interview.
I have translated Panarin's interview to a Russian Youtube channel, where he rips Putin to shreds. It's absolutely magnificent. Nothing like this has ever been said by a Russian athlete, ever. Please, read this. The Breadman is an absolute monster.https://t.co/F6u6wZbdQo— Slava Malamud (@SlavaMalamud) July 19, 2019
- Svechnikov was spotted at the Bauer hockey combine in Noah Hanifin’s Instagram post.
- The Hurricanes were mentioned in the offseason Super 16. (Hey, at least it’s progress.) [NHL]
- The Charlotte Checkers beefed up their roster on Thursday, signing defenseman Derek Sheppard and forwards Hunter Shinkaruk and Colin Markison all to AHL contracts. [Checkers]
- The NHL Network is highlighting four of the Canes’ best games in franchise history. Go vote!
We're highlighting 4 of the @NHLCanes' best games in franchise history, starting at 10am ET.— NHL Network (@NHLNetwork) July 19, 2019
Which of the 4 is your favorite?