PHT Morning Skate: Capitals sign Conor Sheary; More trades soon?
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• The Pittsburgh to Washington pipeline remains strong as the Capitals signed two-time Stanley Cup champion Conor Sheary to a one-year contract on Tuesday. With Henrik Lundqvist not playing this season the Capitals had some additional salary cap space, and they used it to sign Sheary. [Washington Capitals]
• Another look at the key dates for the 2020-21 NHL season. [NBC ProHockeyTalk]
• Also another look at the COVID-19 protocols for this season as well as the change to the offside rule. [NBC ProHockeyTalk]
• Examining Mikael Granlund’s return to the Nashville Predators. [On The Forecheck]
• Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving says trades and free agent signings could really pick up over the next couple of weeks. [TSN]
• Looking at Deryk Engelland’s hockey career in Vegas. [Knights On Ice]
• Looking at Arizona State’s 36-day road trip to start the NCAA hockey season. [ESPN]
• Here are two sentences on 15 potential breakout candidate for the 2020-21 NHL season. [Sportsnet]
• The Battle of Albert between the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers will be played 10 times this season. [Calgary Sun]
• Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman is hoping for improvement and renewed excitement this season. [The Detroit News]