“I was a little small before.”
That’s what Jonathan Dahlen admitted to Uffe Bodin recently, an acknowledgement of what’s between him and the NHL.
So when should the San Jose Sharks expect to see the Swedish prospect?
Les Lazaruk, voice of the Saskatoon Blades, talked about Tristen Robins and shared some great stories from his 25-plus years behind the broadcast booth.
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Devan Dubnyk is ready for a fresh start with the San Jose Sharks. (NBC Sports Bay Area)
Lean Bergmann will play for Team Germany in the upcoming Deutschland Cup. Will he be joining DEL’s Adler Mannheim next? (German Ice Hockey Federation)
Around the NHL…
A couple days ago, Mark J. Burns reported that the NHL was targeting a mid-November unveiling of the rumored reverse retro jerseys. (Sports Business Daily)
The Stars had their own unveiling — their new “Blackout” jerseys, which are not reverse retros:
Everything we know about the Stars new blackout jersey including how often they’ll be used, how long they’ve been in works, and why that color green? https://t.co/dLCWeeXc7W
— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) October 28, 2020
The AHL has set February 5th as the start date for the 2020-21 season. (AHL)
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— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) October 28, 2020
Inside the political donation history of NBA, NFL, NHL, WNBA, MLB, and NASCAR owners and commissioners. (ESPN)
Ottawa signed Alex Galchenyuk to a one-year, $1.05 million deal. (Ottawa Sun)
The Hockey Diversity Alliance blasted the Coyotes for drafting Mitchell Miller, convicted of bullying Isaiah Meyer-Crothers. (TSN)
Seven teams that could weaponize their cap space. (Sportsnet)
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