Woodcock leans over and gives Khan an update. He’s just received a message from a Jaguars PR staffer at the stadium: “Calais Campbell is rounding up the team in 10 minutes. I think they’re planning something.” Khan nods. “If our players are getting together, developing exactly what they want to do, we’ll find out what it is and support them,” he says.
Of the two big KHL imports to the NHL this season (Dadonov and Vadim Shipachyov), it looks like we have one Artemi Panarin and one Sergei Plotnikov. While Shipachyov has been suspended by the Vegas Golden Knights for leaving their AHL affiliate and appears to be on the verge of a return to Russia, Dadonov is excelling in his NHL return on the Panthers’ top line.
That said, he has looked fine so far, and the Blues’ top six has remained exceptionally productive through the first month. Only the Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals have more combined points than the Blues among their top four forwards.
It’s premature to give up on Aho completely for his sophomore season, but he’s the type of player who can spend some time on the waiver wire in shallow leagues until he gets it going.
“The current mission is to dominate the wXw world tag league,” said Jay. “Being 100 percent on the same page is our goal.”
MLW One-Shot is set to take place this Thursday in Orlando, Florida, and the card that Court Bauer has built is one worth watching.
Wrestling’s lifelines are creativity, energy, and realism. All three will be on display at One-Shot, and the card represents a legitimate opportunity to impress the wrestling community.