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The Cannon Jun 21, 2017
Zach Werenski Finishes Third in Calder Memorial Trophy Race

Zach Werenski Finishes Third in Calder Memorial Trophy Race

He may not have won the Calder, but he's the best rookie in our hearts. Zach Werenski of the Columbus Blue Jackets finished third as a finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL's most outstanding rookie. He was up against Patrik Laine of the Winnipeg Jets and Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Werenski stepped in as a rookie defenseman, supposedly the hardest position to adjust to, and immediately took off. Werenski was the Rookie of the Month for the NHL in November and never looked back. Werenski registered 11 goals and 36 assists in his rookie...
The Cannon Jun 21, 2017
2017 NHL Expansion Draft and Awards show: Start time, TV channel and how to watch online

2017 NHL Expansion Draft and Awards show: Start time, TV channel and how to watch online

Get ready for a big night of hockey! Last night was a big night for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Nick Foligno won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy and Mark Messier Leadership Award. The new jerseys were finally unveiled. Tonight, the awards can continue to flow in. Zach Werenski is a nominee for the Calder Trophy. Sergei Bobrovsky is nominated for Vezina and Hart Trophies. John Tortorella is a finalist for the Jack Adams Award. Oh, and the expansion draft is tonight. Here’s how to follow along. How to watch the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft & NHL Awards 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT | Wednesday, June...
The Cannon Jun 18, 2017
2017 Expansion Draft: Protected Lists Revealed

2017 Expansion Draft: Protected Lists Revealed

Who is exposed? This morning, after an unnecessary 30 minute delay from their original scheduled announcement, the NHL announced the protection lists for all 30 teams. The lists can be found here. The Columbus Blue Jackets protected the following: F Nick FolignoF Brandon DubinskyF Scott HartnellF Brandon SaadF Alexander WennbergF Cam AtkinsonF Boone JennerD Seth JonesD David SavardD Ryan MurrayG Sergei Bobrovsky The following Jackets would therefore be eligible for selection (all first and second year players, like Zach Werenski or Oliver BJORKSTRAND, are exempt): F Josh Anderson (RFA)F...
The Cannon Jun 16, 2017
Zach Werenski Medically Cleared

Zach Werenski Medically Cleared

The defenseman is good to go. Zach Werenski is back. Nearly two months after fracturing an orbital bone in his face and requiring 18 stitches just below his eye, Werenski has been medically cleared by doctors to resume preparations for next season. Werenski will be healthy and ready to play next season after taking time to rest this offseason and recover from his first season of NHL duty for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Welcome back, Zach!

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