Dan’s Daily: Sidney Crosby Day, Jason Zucker Back on the Ice

And it is August 7, otherwise known as 8/7. On this date in 1987, otherwise written 8/7/87, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby was born and forever tied to the 87 numerology. His contract? 8.7 AAV. His jersey? Always No. 87. And so August 7 is Sidney Crosby day. Also, Penguins winger Jason Zucker is back on the ice. He’s getting his sea legs back by playing in the famous Da Beauty league.

In the Daily, former teammate Kevin Bieksa revealed the Sedin twins used to trick referees and even coaches by switching jerseys, Joe Thornton may take over a Swiss club as management, the Montreal Canadiens are still reveling in the Maple Leafs first-round loss, and the $84 million question: can Jonathan Huberdeau thrive under Calgary Flames coach Darryl Sutter?

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NHL News & National Hockey Now:

NHL.com: Good get by Jessi Pierce. Jason Zucker had to be duct taped and bubble gummed back together to play in the playoffs after a pair of core muscle injuries, and surgery robbed him of most of the 2021-22 season. There’s been some question if he would be able to return for the coming season and be healthy. That seems to be put to rest as Zucker said he’s healthy and is playing in the Da Beauty league.

Montreal Hockey Now: Nick Suzuki is still glad the Toronto Maple Leafs lost in Round One. Again. Yeah, there’s no love lost between the Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens.

Washington Hockey Now: Our Sammi Silber loves to find little nuggets across the NHL. Kevin Bieksa recently revealed that the Sedin Twins pulled off some epic trickery. NHL news.

San Jose Hockey Now: Joe Thornton wants a 25th NHL season, but if he doesn’t get it, will he bolt for Switzerland and management? It seems a gig is lined up for the former San Jose Sharks captain.

Calgary Hockey Now: Here we go — the question must be asked, and it will be answered, one way or another. Can Jonathan Huberdeau thrive under head coach Darryl Sutter? Calgary Flames coverage.

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