NHL News: Lehner, Vrana, Salary Cap, World Cup, and Russian Players
Double hip surgical treatment for Robin Lehner

Jesse Granger: Vegas Golden Knights GM Kelly McCrimmon stated that goaltender Robin Lehner required double hip surgical treatment. He’s currently had one surgical treatment and will be having the other at a later date.

Greg Wyshynski: McCrimmon stated they will begin the season utilizing Laurent Brossoit and Logan Thompson in internet. Lehner will be out all season.

Jakub Vrana had the ability to totally train this offseason

Tom Gulitti: Detroit Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana stated that he’s had the ability to do complete training this offseason. He had shoulder surgical treatment last offseason.

Vrana stated that he’d been handling need to concerns for 2 years prior to having the surgical treatment.

The income cap might substantially increase after the 2023-24 season

Sportsnet: NHL Deputy commissioner Bill Daly stated that the income cap might substantially increase after the 2023-24 NHL season.

“I’ve seen some preliminary estimates recently which would make me more optimistic on the cap gong up sooner whether that’s in two seasons or three seasons, I think it’s more likely than not two seasons rather than three,”

World Cup of Hockey on track for 2024

Dan Rosen of NHL.com: The NHL and NHLPA are continuing with strategies to host a 2024 World Cup of Hockey in February that will have at least 8 National groups with video games in North America and Europe. Deputy commish Daly:

“We still want to play one pool in Europe, a preliminary round pool in Europe and a preliminary round pool in North America and move the semifinals and the final to a different city in North America likely,” he stated. “I think that short list would universally encompass more traditional hockey markets.”

Daly on how carefully they are keeping track of Russian gamers as they prepare yourself for training school

Tom Gulitti: NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly when asked how carefully they are keeping track of Russian gamers for concerns as they’ll begin returning for training school.

“Our details on that is truly through our clubs and a minimum of at this phase, knock on wood, I believe the majority of our Russian gamers are currently back in their NHL cities so ideally we won’t have a substantial concern there.

Obviously, there is the one extremely noteworthy exception with the Philadelphia gamers (goalie Ivan Fedotov) and I don’t have the current upgrade on his status however I believe at this moment the club is continuing on the presumption that he’s not going to be readily available for them this year.”

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