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The Buffalo Sabres have picked defenceman Owen Power first overall in the NHL entry draft. The six-foot-six, 213-pound blueliner from Mississauga, Ont., played at the University of Michigan last season before being selected to Team Canada for the men’s world hockey championships in May. The league’s newest franchise, the Seattle Kraken, chose Power’s Michigan teammate
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For the second year in a row, NHL general managers and scouts will gather around their computers Friday for a virtual entry draft. Owen Power, a six-foot-six, 213-pound defenceman from Mississauga, Ont., is expected to be selected by the Buffalo Sabres with the first overall pick. The league’s newest franchise, the Seattle Kraken, will choose
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SEATTLE (AP) — Players taken Friday by the Seattle Kraken in the NHL’s expansion draft: Goaltenders — Chris Driedger, Florida; Joey Daccord, Ottawa; Vitek Vanecek, Washington. Defensemen — Jeremy Lauzon, Boston; William Borgen, Buffalo; Dennis Cholowski, Detroit; Cale Fleury, Montreal; Gavin Bayreuther, Columbus; Jamie Oleksiak, Dallas; Carson Soucy, Minnesota; Vince Dunn, St. Louis; Haydn Fleury,
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Players, staff and billet families with the Ontario Hockey League will all be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the upcoming season. The league released its vaccination policy Tuesday for the 2021-22 season and says it is effective immediately. The policy applies to “OHL Community Members,” including people who attend training camp, practices, games
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The Montreal Canadiens’ Carey Price says more needs to be done to make more people aware of the history of residential schools. Price, from Anahim Lake, B.C., has previously spoken about his grandmother being a residential school survivor who faced ”social injustices” at school. The star netminder told 680 News he believes not many Canadians are
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