Offbeat March: "That was the goal in front of the two games"
A free-agent profile for former All-Star goaltender Devan Dubnyk
Dubnyk could find a spot where he can act as a No. 3 and, if need be or if he shows he is capable, can take over a backup role. Again, it isn’t the most valuable label, but it could benefit a number of teams. At the end of the day, for those clubs that decide they need another goalie this late in the offseason or in-season but don’t want to make a trade, Dubnyk is the best option.Stats2020-21: 22 GP, 6-11-2 (.368), .895 SV%, 3.20 GAA, .444 QS%, 1 SOCareer: 542 GP, 253-206-54 (.546), .914 SV%, 2.61 GAA, .
after two rich defeats are RB Leipzig and Jesse Marsch on Saturday in Cologne under pressure. The coach believes in "the process".
RB Leipzig in Cologne Under pressure
On Saturday evening, Jesse Marsch expects "a good team" in Cologne, a "militant team". Even if Steffen Baumgart has asked for the day before to relate his FC to the emotional component.
for RB is "the situation clearly", as well as March knows: "We did not have the start we wanted. But the boys are ready, the mentality is still there." After three defeats from the first four league games and 3: 6 in Manchester on Wednesday, RB should win in Cologne in order not to increase the prevailing pressure.
Mikko Koivu to ‘be around’ Wild training camp in some capacity
Koivu, 38, retired earlier this year, leaving the Columbus Blue Jackets after playing just seven games. That time in Columbus is perhaps an unfortunate footnote on a career that up until then was spent entirely in Minnesota, spanning 15 years and more than 1,000 games with the organization.The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired a pair of goaltending development coaches, bringing in Kain Tisi and Charles Grant. The two will work with goaltending prospects throughout the Penguins organization, in Europe, the minor leagues, juniors and college hockey, as well as scout draft-eligible and college free-agent goalies.
Even though March fades it and nothing wants to hear from "less self-confidence". "We have to learn from it," he says in terms of the two youngest bankruptcy. "That was the goal in front of the two games, and we did that." Meant is the learning process. "We believe in the process, and I think we have learned a lot. We need more concentration and discipline at the right moment."
double tip conceivable? Silva is "no pure switching player"
Who the US American sets up on Saturday, or if he might also change the system, he still left open. Also in terms of the previously rather luckless pusher André Silva. "In our idea of football, switching is important," he says. "André is Clever, he's good in the penalty area, he's good in the combination. He has many footballing qualities." But: "He is not a pure switching player."
It would be conceivable that march may also play two lace and Silva as a support Yussuf Poulsen aside. Of course for the coach: "There are many tactical things" to discuss, "but that also has something to do with the will. We need stability."
Veteran goaltender Curtis McElhinney announces retirement .
Veteran goaltender Curtis McElhinney was unable to find a team to sign with in free agency and rather than opt to try his hand at a tryout somewhere, he has instead called it a career, updating his Instagram profile to state that he has now retired. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The 38-year-old was never truly able to establish himself as a starter in the NHL but that didn’t stop him from having a long career as a backup. Following a strong season with Carolina as a 35-year-old in 2018-19, McElhinney was able to land a two-year deal with Tampa Bay that just ended this summer. He posted a 2.97 GAA along with a .