An overview of the NHL setup in Edmonton – the Athletic


As Andrew Heydt fell in bed Sunday night in Edmonton, as Equipment Director Tony DaCosta and Head Coach John Worley and their six-person squad put the finishing touches on the establishment of ” Locker Room: B-1, 2 “at the Terwillegar training center about 25 minutes from the NHL” bubble “, you can bet there was a feeling of incredible relief and gratification. In tracksuits, 30 Wild players and 21 other staff, including Wild owner Craig Leipold, have landed in the Alberta capital for potentially – or, as Leipold put it, “hopefully” – more than 80 days. It’s 137 days into the 2019-20 NHL hiatus, but at 1:30 p.m. PT on Wednesday, the Wild will face the Colorado Avalanche in an exhibition game and open its qualifying round. in the best of five against the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night at 9:30 p.m. CT.

Most of the traveling party had to worry about …


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