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The Daily: Everything is Coming Up Filip Zadina



Peruse the Hockey Now Network and boy is there a consistent theme right now. After the Detroit Red Wings and Filip Zadina agreed to mutually terminate the contract, there has been much written about it on the Hockey Now Network. Montreal Hockey Now looks at Zadina as a potential reclamation project for the Montreal Canadiens. Even outside of the Network, the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, and even Toronto Maple Leafs were listed as teams that should have an interest.

Our editor’s choice piece examined the parallels between Dan Cleary and Zadina, and whether it would be something they should look into. Zadina certainly makes for an interesting case and will be an interesting case to keep an eye on as whatever contract he signs now will be an absolute bargain.

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  • Filip Zadina is looking for a new spot after the Red Wings mutually agreed to terminate his contract. Would there be any reason for the Blackhawks to offer a contract?
  • Connor Bedard talks development camp, Chicago, the food, and yes, the roller hockey league
  • Drew Commesso emulates NHL star Andrei Vasilevsky’s regimen to make himself better on and off the ice

Hockey Now Network

Boston: Kevin Shattenkirk is finally a Boston Bruin

Buffalo: The Buffalo Sabres prospects are showing off in its scrimmages

Florida: Anthony Duclair says the trade from the Florida Panthers is just part of the business

Nashville: How the failed Kuznetsov trade influenced the Nashville Predators free agency choices

New Jersey: Jeremy Brodeur, son of Martin, is signed by the New Jersey Devils

Philadelphia: Matvei Michkov escalates the Philadelphia Flyers prospect pool to #3

San Jose: Quentin Musty dazzles in the San Jose Sharks scrimmage

Vegas: A look at the positive culture of the Vegas Golden Knights

Washington: Andrew Cristall signs his entry-level contract with the Washington Capitals

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