Good morning, my name is Andrew Fantucchio. It’s Tuesday, October 3, and here’s what I’m focused on around the NHL today.
Zegras and Ducks Reach Agreement:
A long stalemate between Trevor Zegras and the Anaheim Ducks has come to an end as the two sides agreed to a three-year deal worth $17.25 million on Monday.
🚨 HE’S BACK! 🚨
We’ve agreed to terms with forward Trevor Zegras on a three-year contract.#FlyTogether
— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) October 2, 2023
Islanders Fall To Devils:
Takeaways from the New York Islanders’ loss to the New Jersey Devils in preseason competition.
Crosby’s Advice To Bedard:
Few people understand the life Chicago Blackhawks rookie sensation Connor Bedard is about to lead as a generational talent, but Sidney Crosby does.
More From National Hockey Now:
New Jersey: The other side of last night’s Islanders vs. Devils game.
Pittsburgh: Penguins claim Jansen Harkins off waivers from Winnipeg.
Boston: Another round of cuts for the Bruins sends two players out of town.
Montreal: A new line combination is fostering the growth of a former top draft pick.
Nashville: Jusso Parssinen is primed for a new role with the Predators.
San Jose: A former Rangers prospect is getting a fresh start in the Bay Area.