Each week more and more details of how the NHL is inching towards a plan for a return to hockey is revealed, and in turn a palpable level of excitement is beginning to emerge. As Colorado Avalanche players slowly make their way back to Denver and on the ice in small groups hockey finally feels on the horizon.
The always entertaining Nikita Zadorov updates from Florida on staying in shape and his thoughts on the return to play plan.
Gabe Landeskog discusses his statement supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and at the time was hanging out in Toronto with his family.
Nathan MacKinnon chatted with TSN giving a very candid and reflective interview on a wide range of topics including his burning desire to win a Stanley Cup, Olympic participation and even his legacy.
MacKinnon shares who his pick for the Hart Trophy is. VIDEO: https://t.co/9lVwzyRBjq pic.twitter.com/W1YdPcs5qe— TSN (@TSN_Sports) June 10, 2020
Philipp Grubauer shared with the Altitude crew how he’s been keeping himself busy and in shape.
We loved the chance to hear from Grubauer today!#GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/pytK6FOojQ— x-Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) June 11, 2020
Finally, siblings Jesse and JT Compher discussed how they train and motivate each other during the offseason and in their season pause downtime.
Big thanks to @KathrynTappen for chatting with Jesse and JT on the latest edition of #HockeyatHome! https://t.co/MldGNxLuxF pic.twitter.com/gMowrbcirU— BU Women's Hockey (@TerrierWHockey) June 11, 2020