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Marián Studenič was finally called by the New Jersey Devils and is expected to experience his NHL debut tonight against Pittsburgh.

 

if he´ll then he would be the 89th Slovak player in NHL in history

 

 

believe it or not but the guy started the season in Slovan Bratislava as loaned, before the christmas he was called by the Devils back to USA and send to Binghamton in AHL, last week he was called back to New Jersey as member of the "taxi team" and this morning he finally received that holy call from the GM, that he is in the line-up for tonight match

 

Good luck Majo ! :cheer:

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Richard Pánik together with the czech Jakub Vrána was traded from the play-offs contender Washington to dead last Detroit (well, at least he may be now eligible for the World Champs :p )

 

 

 

and another Slovak may experience very soon his NHL debut, the 21 year old Bratislava born forward Adam Ružička was called to the A team of Calgary Flames from the AHL Stockton for the next trip. Rumors saying he may play already tonight against Toronto to became then the 90th Slovak in NHL in history.

 

 

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On 11/04/2021 at 22:55, hckošice said:

Marián Studenič was finally called by the New Jersey Devils and is expected to experience his NHL debut tonight against Pittsburgh.

 

if he´ll then he would be the 89th Slovak player in NHL in history

 

 

believe it or not but the guy started the season in Slovan Bratislava as loaned, before the christmas he was called by the Devils back to USA and send to Binghamton in AHL, last week he was called back to New Jersey as member of the "taxi team" and this morning he finally received that holy call from the GM, that he is in the line-up for tonight match

 

Good luck Majo ! :cheer:

and last night he fulfilled another big dream, scoring his first careers NHL goal in is 4th NHL match

 

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On 13/04/2021 at 10:36, hckošice said:

Richard Pánik together with the czech Jakub Vrána was traded from the play-offs contender Washington to dead last Detroit (well, at least he may be now eligible for the World Champs :p )

and a week later, Richard scored his first one for Detroit. But a really funny one :roflmao:

 

 

BUT the star of the match was :CZE Jakub Vrána scoring 4 !

 

 

 

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Rangers fined $250,000.


Here’s the statement that got them in trouble.

 

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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3 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

Rangers fined $250,000.


Here’s the statement that got them in trouble.

 

It's always so delightful to see a sports league caring for their players! :facepalm:

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I'm a fan of tough play and of the old NHL of the Seventies and Eighties, but this time the NYR are absolutely right...

 

Wilson is a dirty, dangerous player to have on the ice according to the modern criteria of how the game is played...

 

and the NHL are definitely on the wrong side with all their actions...first, not suspending Wilson and then fining the NYR because they publicly stated the concept and made a fully legitimate protest for the lack of disciplinary actions against Wilson...

 

by the way, it's a shame that Hockey hits the headlines only because of things like that instead of the wonderful show they put on night after night...:facepalm:

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Here’s the highlights of the first five minutes of last night’s game...

 

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair” - Nelson Mandela

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