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Postby BessLineberger on Tue Dec 22, 2020 8:54 am

"The fact is, if I'm a player and I'm looking at a [salary] cap that's going to be basically flat for the term of what is now a six-year collective bargaining agreement and players for the next five or six years are going to be repaying what was overpaid, they have to ask themselves: Does this make sense?" Bettman said. "Just like there's a lot of issues we have to deal with where we say, does this make sense? Having said that ... what we're focused on is trying to get through the 2020-21 season so we can be back in position for 2021-22 for normalcy. Based off everything we're hearing from the medical experts ... we're hopeful and optimistic that we can return to normalcy by the time we get to '21-22."

All that said, the Lightning have to figure out a way to keep at least Cirelli, a future Selke Trophy winner as the League's best defensive forward and potential future captain (although Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos is certainly not going anywhere). Cirelli is the perfect third-line center in the NHL today, especially playing behind Stamkos and Brayden Point. He has breakaway speed, a high hockey IQ, strength in the middle of the ice, and the versatility to move up the lineup if necessary (if, for example, Tampa Bay wants to play Stamkos at right wing). You win in the NHL today with strength down the middle, and the Lightning have that. If they can't keep Cirelli, they could have a difficult time replacing him without having to rob from another area.

The NHL’s oldest head coach still worries about COVID-19 but not enough to stop doing his job. It’s a risk-reward proposition coaches and executives around sports are weighing, and while Florida assistant Mike Kitchen is the only one to so far opt out of hockey’s return, plenty of others are considering masking up behind the bench and taking other precautions in the middle of a pandemic.

“Everyone is looking forward to a time where wearing masks and stuff won’t be necessary,” Reimer said. “You’re just grinding it out now and trying to make the best of it.”

Hockey Visor Pros
Visors Offer Prime Protection – The most important aspect of the hockey visor remains the protection it provides against errant sticks, skates, and pucks.
Visors Air It Out in Comfort – Hockey visors allow air to flow, keeping players’ heads cool, and they’re comfortable for most skaters.
Visors Allow Optimal Sightlines – Hockey visors provide skaters optimal visibility on the ice, with limited blind spots.
Hockey Visor Cons
Visors Can Get Foggy – One of the biggest player complaints about hockey visors is that they tend to fog up when skaters are seated on the bench, impeding visibility until they’re wiped clean.
Visors Scratch Easily – Scratching blurs a player’s sightlines.
Visors Leave Areas Exposed – Hockey visors are designed to cover a player’s eyes and nose, but leave the jaws and teeth exposed. Dentists are big fans of visors, eh?
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"I'd love to be on an NBA roster at some point again -- and maybe not too far from now," Gasol said.Miami Dolphins for NHL Face Masks

If I'm looking for adults in the room where the NHL and the Canadian and provincial governments are negotiating, I'm putting all my money on the government to do the responsible thing. Don't make me regret this wager, Canada.

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