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NHL Information: Cheveldayoff, Panthers, Hamonic, Johnston, Blackhawks, Blues, Letang and Blackwood



Statement by Jets GM Cheveldayoff

Winnipeg Jets PR: Statement by Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff.

“I have passed on everything I know about this matter as part of my participation in the Jenner & Block investigation. This is reflected in today’s investigation report. I also look forward to speaking to Commissioner Bettman as soon as possible so that we can continue to work fully with the National Hockey League. I reserve the right to make any further comments until this conversation has been held. “

Statement from the panthers

Matt Porter: A Florida Panthers statement on Joel Quenneville.

“At this point in time, Commissioner Gary Bettman announced that he would meet with Joel Quenneville to discuss the events highlighted in the Jenner & Block report of October 2021. Accordingly, we have no comment. “

Bowman is out as US Olympic GM

Frank Seravalli: Stan Bowman has stepped down as GM of the US Winter Olympics team.

Report to Hamonic

Chris Johnston: The Vancouver Canucks said defenseman Travis Hamonic will be reporting to Abbotsford on the AHL in the coming days.

Islanders sign Johnston

Puck Pedia: The New York Islanders have signed 27-year-old forward Ross Johnston on a four-year contract with a salary cap of $ 1.1 million. He will have a salary of $ 1.1 million each season.

Blackhawks have multiple players and coaches on the COVID log

Mark Lazerus: Chicago Blackhawks players and coaches currently on COVID log.

Players: Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Henrik Borgstrom, Riley Stillman and Jujhar Khaira

Trainers: Marc Crawford, Tomas Mitell and Jimmy Waite

O’Reilly and Saad tested positive

Lou Korac from NHL.com: St. Louis Blues strikers Ryan O’Reilly and Brandon Saad were put on the NHL COVID log list yesterday.

O’Reilly will be out for at least four games as he tested positive and showed symptoms yesterday.

Saad will miss the next two games after testing positive on October 21st.

“This is obviously not very good news for O’Reilly, his health and the team for sure,” said Blues coach Craig Berube. “This is an obstacle that we have to deal with, like with Saad.

Letang’s positive test confirmed

Pens inside scoop: Pittsburgh Penguins manager Mike Sullivan on defender Kris Letang: “It has been confirmed that he has tested positive for COVID so he is now on record.”

Strom was symptomatic

Vince Z. Mercogliano: New York Rangers striker Ryan Strome said he tested positive for COVID and was symptomatic. His voice was a little scratchy. Strome said he felt good about the conditioning.

Blackwood’s vaccine process has begun

Corey Masisak: New Jersey Devils goalkeeper Mackenzie Blackwood has begun his vaccination process. He got his first vaccination last week and has to follow the unvaccinated protocol for two weeks after his second vaccination.





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