Devils are still open up to moving their first-round choice, which is now No. 2
Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman on 32 Thoughts on the weekend about the 2022 NHL draft and the New Jersey Devils.
“Now, another scenario to watch on, the draft. A couple weeks ago Tom Fitzgerald, the Devils basic supervisor was asked by a regional press reporter if he would think about moving the Devils first-round choice. And he stated as every basic supervisor should, naturally, we would do anything that would make us much better.
Well ever since the Devils ended up second, and the No. 2 total choice in the lottery game.
Does it remain, or do the Devils pull it back? Well, the details we have is that the Devils will still think about it, and will still consider the possibility of moving the No. 2 total choice, and remain in the procedure of a long time over the next number of weeks, tightening a list of gamers that they would think about moving that choice for.
So it might be intriguing near the top of the draft. Ottawa has actually likewise shown publically it will think about moving No. 7 also.
10 training prospects for the Chicago Blackhawks
Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports: One of the primary top priorities for Chicago Blackhawks GM Kyle Davidson this offseason will be working with a head coach.
“We want someone that’s going to come in and grow with the team,” Davidson stated. “We don’t want any stopgap options. We’re looking to bring someone in that’s going to come and be a part of this for a long time.”
They are searching for a coach who will hold gamers liable, who wishes to play an up-tempo video game and didn’t matter if they are a ‘hard-nosed veteran or a young up-and-comer.’
10 prospective prospects for the Blackhawks are Jeff Blashill, Spencer Carbery, Travis Green, Derek King, Derek Lalonde, Jim Montgomery, David Quinn, Rick Tocchet, Mike Vellucci and Pascal Vincent.
Other high profile coaches that didn’t make the list consist of Mike Babcock, Randy Carlyle, Peter DeBoer, Claude Julien, Paul Maurice, John Tortorella and Barry Trotz.