Good evening, Bolts Nation! Welcome to today’s edition of The Daily Bolt where we bring you all the latest and greatest news and updates from not just here in the Bolts Nation, but around the entire world of hockey.
There is a lot going on in the NHL today, not just here in the Hockey Paradise, but the rest of the league as well. We have good news like former NHL-forward Teemu Selanne being offered $10 million to bring his talents to the KHL and bad news like number one overall draft pick Aaron Ekblad sustaining a concussion.
No matter how your day in the world of hockey turned out, there is one bright shining light. With another day checked off the calendar, we are one day close to the 2014-15 Tampa Bay Lightning hockey season.
For those of you like us who have been keeping track, that means that there is just 63 more days until the Lightning Home Opener. Are you as excited as we are yet?
While we wait patiently for the new season to start, let’s take a look at what’s going on around the National Hockey League today.
Concussion for top overall draft pick (ESPN)
Report: KHL club offers Teemu Selanne $10M (FanSided)
Rangers must adapt to changes after loss in Final (NHL.com)
Timeline laid out for Vinik’s Channelside development (TBO.com)
Carolina Hurricanes Sign Haydn Fleury to an Entry-Level Contract (Cardiac Cane)
1 Player on Each NHL Team in Need of a Bounce-Back Season in 2014-15 (Bleacher Report)
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