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When the Rangers’ ping-pong ball declared them winners of the 2020 NHL Draft Lottery, there was no doubt that they’d take Lafrenière, the league’s most highly-touted prospect, to join an already-lethal arsenal that features the likes of Artemi Panarin, Mika Zibanejad, Kaapo Kakko and Chris Kreider. Calgary Flames Custom Logo Face Coverings



That isn't to say that two weekend losses to the Philadelphia Flyers — in which the Sabres failed to muster a single goal — isn't worth mentioning, but it seems clear we've already re-reached the familiar point where the results of games involving Buffalo do not matter. Dallas Stars Custom Logo Face Coverings

Let’s chalk Sunday’s loss up to one bad period — five goals in 13:51, oof — and focus on the positive, even after Dylan Larkin missed both games in Chicago: The Wings’ wins over the Preds and ‘Hawks on Thursday and Saturday, respectively, were their first back-to-back triumphs since March 2020, and their first back-to-back five-goal games since March 2018.



Konecny was the final Flyers player in the protocol after the team had as many as seven on the list on Feb. 17. Toronto Maple Leafs Custom Logo Face Coverings

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"There was a lot of controversy about how to interpret these cardiac MRI studies and really what the meaning of these findings were," Engel said. "This study had a very clinically relevant approach. Patients who tested positive went through the recommended screening from the American College of Cardiology. It was only after there were abnormalities that we went on for further testing. Using this step-wise approach, we found what we considered to be clinically relevant incidents of myocarditis and pericarditis to be quite low." Ottawa Senators Custom Logo Face Coverings

Max Comtois got the Ducks on the board shortly afterward with his team-leading nine goal of the campaign.

"Only time will tell if, five years from now, we'll have an epidemic of failed hearts," said Dr. Robert Bonow, a cardiologist at Northwestern University and editor of JAMA Cardiology who was not affiliated with the study. "But I think that is unlikely."

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