Knights Nuggets: Remembering a legend

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- We answered your questions yesterday, and it appears William Carrier and Deryk Engelland wouldn’t look out of place with a handlebar ‘stache. [KOI]

- Marc-Andre Fleury? Yeah, he’s pretty good! After getting two shutouts in as many games, the 34-year-old earned First Star of the Week honors. [KOI]

- Everybody’s talking about the Sharks right now, but the Golden Knights could certainly surprise some folks in the playoffs. [The Hockey News]

- Shea Theodore has been playing quite well recently, and the recent shakeup of the defensive pairings may have a lot to do with that. [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

In other news...

- The legendary Ted Lindsay passed away yesterday. One of the best to ever lace ‘em up. And without him, the game of hockey wouldn’t be in nearly as good a place as it is. [The Athletic]

- Elias Pettersson seemed to be running away with the Calder early on in the season, but he has some competition now. [ESPN]

- The Oilers have won three games in a row. Don’t ask me how. [Copper And Blue]

- Female officials are coming. And it’s not a matter of if. It’s a matter of when. This is long overdue. [Washington Post]

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