The waiting game takes forever.
Good morning. Here’s your morning briefing on notes throughout the league.
Members of the Knights, including coach Pete DeBoer, delivered bikes and smiles to those in need on Tuesday. (VGK Twitter)
Whenever Vegas hits the ice, there may be some competition in regards to a roster spot in the form of Peyton Krebs, according to DeBoer. (Las Vegas Sun)
Max Pacioretty spoke publicly about being in the rumor mill for the first time. It doesn’t bother him. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Speaking of Pacioretty, he’s once again excited about the potential of Cody Glass and where he slots into the lineup this year. (The Athletic)
Around the League
Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom is officially cancer free one year after being diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma.
Two men robbed the home of Wayne Gretzky’s father for the Great One’s memorabilia. They were arrested. Clearly, the O.J. incident at Palace Station wasn’t enough to not do this. (NHL.com)
It looks like the Wild will be bringing on veteran goalie Andrew Hammond after what may be an injury to 1B netminder Alex Stalock. (The Athletic)
The NHL will allow fans into arenas in states that will allow it, but we still don’t have an official timeline of when that may be. (The Fourth Period)