NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – July 12, 2017
Latest on Mark Giordano, Jaromir Jagr and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.
CALGARY SUN: Flames captain Mark Giordano won ESPN’s Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award for his charity work.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: Well deserved recognition of Giordano’s good works away from the ice.
THE NEWS & OBSERVER: If unrestricted free agent Jaromir Jagr fails to land with a new NHL team, the ECHL’s Florida Everblades would love to sign him.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: If Jagr can’t find an NHL contract, I believe he could opt to finish his playing career in Europe.
ARIZONA SPORTS: The Coyotes hired former Pittsburgh Penguins assistant coach Rick Tocchet as their new head coach.
TRIBLIVE.COM: The Penguins replaced Tocchet with Mark Recchi.
EDMONTON SUN: The New York Islanders hired Kelly Buchberger as their new assistant coach.
CSNPHILLY.COM: The Philadelphia Flyers re-signed center Scott Laughton to a two-year, $1.925 million contract.
DALLAS MORNING NEWS: The Stars re-signed forward Gemel Smith to a one-year, two-way contract.