NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – September 17, 2017
Latest on Roberto Luongo, Ryan Miller, Petr Mrazek and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines.
SUN-SENTINEL.COM: After an injury-shortened 2016-17, Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo hopes his summer of rehab will lead to a healthier 2017-18 campaign. Luongo’s also incorporated a lengthier, intricate warm-up routine last 45-60 minutes.
THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER: After years of being linked to the Anaheim Ducks in trade rumors, goaltender Ryan Miller is getting ready for his first season with the team. Miller inked a two-year contract with the Ducks this summer.
THE DETROIT NEWS: Coming off a poor performance in 2016-17 and being left exposed in June’s expansion draft, Red Wings goalie Petr Mrazek has a renewed attitude as he looks toward a bounce-back season.
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES: Sophomore forward Nick Schmaltz is getting an opportunity to center the Blackhawks’ second line.
CSNNE.COM: Veteran winger Teddy Purcell hopes to rekindle his NHL career on a professional tryout contract with the Boston Bruins.
STLTODAY.COM: Blues center Zach Sanford will missed the remainder of training camp with a shoulder injury.
TSN: The Philadelphia Flyers hired former Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi to work under GM Ron Hextall.