It’s Tuesday, the day of the presidential election. I hope everyone here who is eligible to cast a vote exercises that right. Your voice and input is valuable in this society.
On Monday, we launched our 2020 Top 25 Under 25 Tampa Bay Lightning prospects ranking series. Profiles will be coming out soon, but for now we want YOUR INPUT! Please follow the links below and give us your ranking of the top 25 players under the age of 25 in the Bolts system. I’ve inputted my list and am very excited to get this all going again. I’ve been waiting for this since the Spring! [Raw Charge]
“Have fun doing it and if you need some refreshers on how some of the prospects performed last season, feel free to go through the archives for the Syracuse Crunch (here), the Orlando Solar Bears (here), previous Top 25 Under 25 posts (here), and this year’s draft profiles (here).”
November is Hockey Fights Cancer month in the NHL. The league has raised $28 million since 1998 when this project was launched. The Lightning Foundation will be taking part in this campaign that will have a bit of a different look this year. [NHL dot com]
“Fans can get involved by sharing their stories using the official hashtag #HockeyFightsCancer and by visiting HockeyFightsCancer.com to donate and download an “I Fight For” card. HFC Merchandise is available at NHLShop.com.”
November is #HockeyFightsCancer month across the NHL. We are honored to be able to support all those who have fought, those who continue to fight, and in memory of those lost to this terrible disease #BoltsFightCancer ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/qy1fJhobAS— Lightning Foundation (@LightningFDN) November 2, 2020
The Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins have revealed a new alternate jersey for next season! Finally a jersey with something that looks like an actual penguin!
We'll have to wait a while to wear it, but check out our new alternate sweater! We'll have mercy featuring the futuristic logo in our online store later this week - just in time for your holiday shopping needs! pic.twitter.com/0m89kIiuvX— WBS Penguins (@WBSPenguins) November 2, 2020
“The ESPN story further stated that the NHL would play no fewer than 48 games next season and return to its traditional 16-team playoff next year. The NHL publicly announced that they are targeting January 1, 2021, as its start date, but that still remains far from certain.”
Hockey highlight of the day: