Let’s go over some news and notes:
- Matt Dumba is the man, and now he has an award to show for it. He’s officially been named the 2020 King Clancy Memorial Trophy recipient! And that means a Wild player has now won the award two years in a row. [Hockey Wilderness]
- You know what would be awesome? Anthony Cirelli in a Wild uniform. Go make it happen, Bill! [Zone Coverage]
- No big deal, just two legends having a good chat.
Former King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner, Shane Doan, sits down with 2020s recipient, @matt_dumba. #NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/YhX03WfH1e— NHL (@NHL) September 7, 2020
Off the trail...
- The Stars got the better of the Golden Knights in Game 1 of their Western Conference Final series. [Defending Big D]
- Who will win the Conn Smythe? Not a bad idea to put money on Shea Theodore or Brayden Point. [The Athletic]
- Bad news for the Lightning — Steven Stamkos won’t play at all in the Eastern Conference Final. [ESPN]
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