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Morning Flurries: Nathan MacKinnon’s point streak hits 13 games

Nazem Kadri recorded his 200th assist!

Calgary Flames v Colorado Avalanche Photo by Michael Martin/NHLI via Getty Images

The Avs

Perhaps the biggest non-game news yesterday for the Avalanche was this: it appears the standoff between Altitude and DirecTV has ended:

According to Jim Martin, CEO of KSE, Altitude Sports has reached a multi-year agreement with DirecTV. The deal ends a two-month dispute with the distributor that prevented Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche fans from being able to watch their teams. [Mile High Hockey]

The Avs also played hockey last night, it wasn’t a great one.

In the press conference at the end of the game, coach Bednar spoke about readiness out of his players and starting on time. Looking at the quotes and video, he’s right. It’s not the coach’s job to motivate players to do their best right before a game, it’s their job to create a game plan that will win the game. There was a plan for this game, but the team didn’t execute. [Mile High Hockey]

Lucky number 13!

It was a milestone night for Nazem Kadri:

Apparently Matt Calvert is a fan of traffic jams?

A lovely, touching gesture by Mark Barberio and Ian Cole:

And because it wouldn’t be an MHH post written by yours truly without some Cale Makar content:

The Prospects

Injuries have also struck the Eagles:

Here’s a fun event brought to you by USA Hockey!


And just a couple of tidbits to tide you over until Monday’s prospect report, where I will discuss both tweets in greater detail:

The League

November is Hockey Fights Cancer month, and here are a couple of initiatives:

After eleven years, Doug Gilmour is leaving the Kingston Frontenacs:

The San Jose Sharks have introduced a truly terrifying food combination:

Yesterday marked the change in the way NHL teams can claim players off waivers:

The Tampa Bay Lightning finally dealt Louis Domingue:

NHL Seattle made another hire:

Enjoy the weekend!