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Sheng’s Daily: Agents Think Eichel, Laine, Marner Most Likely Stars to Move in Next Year

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21 player agents take a seven-question survey: They think Patrik Laine, Jack Eichel, and Mitch Marner are the most likely high-profile players to move in the next year. (The Athletic)

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Bill Daly, on the 2020-21 NHL season: “Some of the difficulties that [Major League] Baseball went through and some of the difficulties that the NFL is currently dealing with, how do we address those situations in the context of our own schedule?” (NHL)

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Alicia

I wonder if a change of scenery would do Laine good. He’s a great player but he seems lazy/bored sometimes and doesn’t seem to give it his all on the ice. I wonder if that is a result of the Jets culture, or just how he has been allowed to be as a star caliber player. I wonder if another team would kick him into gear. He seems like a guy who could use a role model of someone like Jumbo. Not that we would have the funds to acquire him, or have Jumbo in the locker room. Just thinking… Read more »

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