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‘My bad bro:’ Hit and run driver leaves note on NHL star Tyler Seguin’s Ferrari

Well, it is the thought that counts.

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Dallas Stars player Tyler Seguin had one of those Mondays this week when he found a note on his Ferrari from someone who’d just crashed into it.

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Seguin posted a photo of the handwritten message on Instagram, which said, “Sorry I just hitted your car My bad bro. I don’t have money to pay”

Seguin didn’t add any comment beyond the word “Monday” and a face palm emoji, so it’s not known how bad the damage was or where the incident occurred.

KTSA reported that the car was a Ferrari 458 Spider, which went out of production in 2015. The car cost around $240,000 when it was new and could be worth around $210,000 today, according to NADA Guides.

Well, maybe not today.

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Nevertheless, the five-time All-Star signed an eight-year contract extension with the Stars last year for $78.8 million so the extra depreciation probably won’t sting too much.

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Key ‘Miracle on Ice’ team member arrested in pipe assault on neighbor

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A key member of the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” Olympic hockey team was arrested August 15 after allegedly assaulting his Minnesota neighbor with a metal pipe after the two had gone fishing, police said.

Mark Pavelich, 61, was arrested on charges of second- and third-degree assault, possession of an illegal shortened shotgun and possessing a gun with a missing serial number, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. He was held in lieu of $250,000 bail and ordered to undergo a mental health check.

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The man who called the Cook County Sheriff’s Office to report the assault told dispatch he was struck by a metal pole-wielding Pavelich at the former hockey player’s home after the two men spent the day fishing together. Pavelich allegedly accused the man of “spiking his beer” the paper reported, citing a criminal complaint.

Cook County deputies said Pavelich’s neighbor was “in shock” with “observable injuries and an obvious disfigurement of his leg,” the Duluth News-Tribune reported, citing the complaint. The man reportedly suffered two cracked ribs, a bruised left kidney and fractured vertebrae.

Upon further investigation, authorities discovered a shotgun with the butt of the gun replaced by a tree branch inside Pavelich’s home, according to the Star Tribune. The serial number had also been removed from the firearm.

A judge ordered Pavelich on Monday to undergo a mental health evaluation to see if he was mentally competent to stand trial. He is set to return to court Oct. 20.

Pavelich played a key role on the “Miracle on Ice” team that defeated the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y., with Pavelich assisting on two goals that helped the Americans beat the Soviets, 4-3.

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He also played in the NHL from 1981 to 1987 and again during the 1991-92 season, spending time with the New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks.

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Key ‘Miracle on Ice’ team member arrested in pipe assault on neighbor

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A key member of the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” Olympic hockey team was arrested August 15 after allegedly assaulting his Minnesota neighbor with a metal pipe after the two had gone fishing, police said.

Mark Pavelich, 61, was arrested on charges of second- and third-degree assault, possession of an illegal shortened shotgun and possessing a gun with a missing serial number, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. He was held in lieu of $250,000 bail and ordered to undergo a mental health check.

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The man who called the Cook County Sheriff’s Office to report the assault told dispatch he was struck by a metal pole-wielding Pavelich at the former hockey player’s home after the two men spent the day fishing together. Pavelich allegedly accused the man of “spiking his beer” the paper reported, citing a criminal complaint.

Cook County deputies said Pavelich’s neighbor was “in shock” with “observable injuries and an obvious disfigurement of his leg,” the Duluth News-Tribune reported, citing the complaint. The man reportedly suffered two cracked ribs, a bruised left kidney and fractured vertebrae.

Upon further investigation, authorities discovered a shotgun with the butt of the gun replaced by a tree branch inside Pavelich’s home, according to the Star Tribune. The serial number had also been removed from the firearm.

A judge ordered Pavelich on Monday to undergo a mental health evaluation to see if he was mentally competent to stand trial. He is set to return to court Oct. 20.

Pavelich played a key role on the “Miracle on Ice” team that defeated the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y., with Pavelich assisting on two goals that helped the Americans beat the Soviets, 4-3.

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He also played in the NHL from 1981 to 1987 and again during the 1991-92 season, spending time with the New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks.

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Seattle close to naming Ron Francis as GM

Seattle’s NHL expansion team is close to an agreement with Hockey Hall of Famer Ron Francis to become its first general manager, a person with direct knowledge tells The Associated Press.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the team had not made an announcement.

The expansion Seattle franchise is set to begin play in the 2021-22 season as the NHL’s 32nd team.

After longtime Detroit GM Ken Holland went to Edmonton, adviser Dave Tippett left Seattle Hockey Partners LLC to become Oilers coach and Vegas’ Kelly McCrimmon and Columbus’ Bill Zito got promotions, there was a limited pool of experienced NHL executives to choose from for this job. Francis fits that bill.

The 56-year-old has been in hockey operations since shortly after the end of his Hall of Fame playing career. All of that time has come with the Carolina Hurricanes, including four seasons as their GM.

Carolina didn’t make the playoffs with Francis in charge of decision-making, though his moves put the foundation in place for the team that reached the Eastern Conference final this past season.

Francis had 1,798 points in 1,731 games over 23 seasons with the Hartford Whalers/Hurricanes, Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs. He won the Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh in 1991 and 1992.

Competing for the Cup in the early going will be the expectation for Seattle after the Golden Knights reached the Final in their inaugural season in 2017-18. Francis will have two full seasons to scout the rest of the league before his as-yet-named team’s expansion draft in June 2021.

Francis did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

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New Jersey Devils mascot shatters window at child’s birthday party

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The New Jersey Devils mascot might have partied too hard Sunday.

The mascot, NJ Devil, was at a child’s birthday party in New Jersey when he ran into and shattered a glass window during a parachute game with several children.

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The “breaking” news was caught on video and The Devils posted the footage to the team’s Instagram account.

Another parent posted a video on their Twitter account showing a different angle of the strange incident.

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Nobody was injured, according to one parent.

It’s unclear what the mascot was trying to accomplish by running straight into the window. One commenter suggested it was “practicing storming Area 51.”

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Convincing Hall to stay is a Devil of a task for New Jersey

After the New Jersey Devils acquired P.K. Subban, Taylor Hall texted Ray Shero a green checkmark.

“Like, ‘Check that box off,'” Shero said. “I guess that’s good.”

The Devils have a much longer checklist to complete to convince Hall to re-sign and not leave as a free agent next summer. There is no rush from either side on negotiating an extension for the 2018 NHL MVP, and as much offseason work as Shero has done to improve the roster, the process will likely take into next season for Hall to see if New Jersey is actually a place he wants to be for the long term.

“You want to play on the best team possible, and I’ve played nine seasons in the NHL and only won one playoff game,” Hall said. “You want to be on a team that’s not only a playoff contender but a Stanley Cup contender every year because I only have so many more years left in this league and so many more chances to win a Stanley Cup. It hasn’t even come close yet. I kind of want to make up for lost time, but at the same time want to be smart with everything that’s going on.”

New Jersey traded for a top-pairing defenseman in Subban, won the draft lottery to select center Jack Hughes first overall and signed winger Wayne Simmonds .

“This is a team that’s (trending) up, getting better and better,” Simmonds said. “They’ve added some pieces including myself this offseason. Obviously P.K. and Jack Hughes. There’s a lot of young talent. Definitely really excited to be part of it.”

After a disappointing season — Hall missed half of it with a knee injury and New Jersey finished third to last in the league — Shero understood the All-Star winger wanted more talent around him.

“Obviously some of the things that we’ve done prove that we want to improve the hockey team not just for Taylor Hall but for our team,” Shero said. “My job is to obviously build the best team I can for the short and long term and also when it comes to dealing with players and relationships to sit down with them and explain to them as to what we’re doing and I want them to be aware of it.”

Shero asked Hall what he thought of Subban before making the move to get the 2013 Norris Trophy winner and got a resounding vote of confidence. Even before New Jersey signed Simmonds, Hall gave the Devils’ upgrades a thumbs up.

“I’ve always liked it in New Jersey. That’s never changed,” Hall said. “I think it adds to the talent level, the skill level of our team, and as a player in the offseason that’s what you want to see. It’s exciting. We’re going to have more than a couple new faces next year. It’s important that we have a good start and all that stuff. Just injecting some new blood into the team is going to be really good.”

No single player is more important to the Devils’ success than Hall, who carried them into the playoffs two seasons ago with 93 points and whose injury derailed any hopes of contending in 2018-19. The 27-year-old who spent his first six NHL seasons in Edmonton doesn’t want to commit until he thinks the mix in New Jersey could be enough to win a championship.

Maybe that’s why Hall talked well before the start of the regular season about the Devils getting off to a hot start. Winning on the ice is more important than winning the offseason when it comes to Hall’s future.

“It’s a big decision for Taylor,” Shero said. “It’s a big decision for the team here. Both sides need the information to have a real fruitful dialogue that’s meaningful, and that’s been the relationship we’ve had with Taylor since Day One, so that hasn’t changed.”

Subban said the Devils “have to get (Hall) signed” because he’s a go-to player. Based on the $81.5 million, seven-year contract the cross-river rival New York Rangers just gave winger Artemi Panarin, it’s realistically to think Hall could command $10 million or more a season no matter where he signs.

In-depth negotiations are yet to come, even though money shouldn’t be an impediment to the Devils locking up Hall for the remainder of his prime and more.

“We’re both on the same page and both groups have been on the same page,” Shero said. “I don’t have the crystal ball as to when or how or what the story will be, but I think we’ll know it when we get to it.”

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Former NHL great Jeremy Roenick drives ball off tee hanging out of caddie’s mouth

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Former NHL great Jeremy Roenick is among the former celebrities and athletes taking part in the American Century Championship this weekend in Lake Tahoe.

One caddie put his complete trust in Roenick’s arms Thursday and let nine-time NHL All-Star drive the ball from a tee that was in his mouth.

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According to TMZ Sports, the caddie was really nervous about the stunt and kept moving as Roenick was getting ready to swing. The ball fell out of the caddie’s mouth multiple times.

The 49-year-old former center then crushed the ball down the seventh-hole fairway.

Roenick is among a few hockey players who are taking part in the tournament. Joe Pavelski, Mike Modano, Tyler Seguin and T.J. Oshie were also listed as competitors.

Roenick has a 15-1 shot at winning the event, according to oddsmaker Sportsbetting.ag.

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has the best odds at 5-2.

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Romo won the event last year. Roenick finished in seventh.

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Weird AHL app notifications include request for $6,000 payment

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Of all the ways for Stewart Zimmel to gain some notoriety, this probably wasn’t one he saw coming.

Zimmel is the COO of a company called HockeyTech according to his LinkedIn page, and before that, he worked for a company called Buzzer Apps. If you’re wondering why he’s important, here’s the reason: the American Hockey League app started sending push notifications demanding money from Zimmel on Wednesday. About $6,000, according to the alerts from the NHL’s top minor league.

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“Stewart. Since I have no way to contact you are you owe me nearly $6,000 I would ask you contact me about a payment,” the notification, which was sent repeatedly, reads. “Also, I’m filing a workplace report against you for threatening to punch me in the throat nemours [sic] times.”

Another notification sent read: “Stewart Zimmel please pay the outstanding monies owed.”

A third: “Stewart Zimmel threatened to punch Ian Bowman in the throat.”

When users opened the app, they were treated to a picture of a computer screen with messages between Zimmel and someone else, in which Zimmel (using scare quotes) threatens to punch someone in the throat.

The AHL, which was ready for a schedule-release announcement on Wednesday, was forced to issue an apology for the mess.

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“We have worked with out app host to resolve today’s issue of unauthorized notifications coming from the AHL app,” the league said on yet another alert. “We apologize for the inconvenience.”

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Hockey coach who went viral for pro-national anthem message: ‘I take pride in my country’

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A Connecticut hockey coach who went viral for telling his players to stand for the American and Canadian national anthems said Thursday he is not going to apologize for asking his players to show respect.

John Krupinsky, an assistant coach for the Danbury Hat Tricks of the Federal Hockey League, appeared on “Fox & Friends” and said the national anthem is important to him.

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“I take pride in my country,” said Krupinksy, who is also a police sergeant with the Danbury Police Department.

“I’ve unfortunately seen it cover too many coffins. I think we can take a timeout to give two minutes’ worth of respect to our soldiers, to our firemen, to your policemen. I don’t think that’s asking too much. I’m not going to apologize for asking players to show a little bit of respect when it’s either the American or Canadian national anthem.”

Krupinsky insisted he would let his players protest, but on their own time.

“Some people said, ‘oh you wouldn’t let your players protest.’ I wanna be clear: My players would be free to protest on their day off,” he said. “If they had something they wanted to do. My owners are awesome – they would give them the team bus to go.

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“But when they’re playing the national anthem, I don’t think it’s too much to ask your employees to show some respect for the flag and for the country.”

Krupinsky’s video went viral earlier this week. He was seen telling his players that he wouldn’t tolerate anyone disrespecting the national anthem.

“If there’s anybody here who is going to be disrespectful to either the American or the Canadian national anthem, grab your gear and get the f–k out now because you’ll never see the ice in this arena,” he said. “We don’t have that problem in hockey. We’re better than that, but there was no sense in wasting anybody’s time if that s–t was going to happen.”

He told Todd Starnes on “The Todd Starnes Radio Show” he didn’t expect the video to gain as much traction as it did.

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The Hat Tricks are about to enter their first season in the Federal Hockey League. The team will open the season Oct. 25 at the Danbury Ice Arena against the Port Huron Howlers.

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Ottawa Senators owner, sport minister have beef after strange incident at concert

A beef is brewing in Canada between Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk and Ontario Sport Minister Lisa MacLeod about an incident between the two at a Rolling Stones concert late last month.

MacLeod attended the concert June 29 and went off on a tirade at Melnyk, according to the Ottawa Citizen. He told the paper MacLeod accosted him during the event.

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“So I’m just there, we’ve got families and friends in a small group and I’m surrounded by people from Ottawa — and I see from the corner of my eye somebody trying to bust through,” Melnyk said. “I’m thinking, ‘OK, might be a crazed fan and that’s fine.’ I’ve gotten used to it. And all of a sudden it’s this woman and she yells at me, ‘Do you know who I am?’

“I can’t place her so I said, ‘I’m sorry. No.’ And she yells, ‘I am your minister and you’re a f—ing piece of s–t and you’re a f—ing loser.’”

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Ontario Sport Minister Lisa MacLeod and Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk are beefing. (Getty Images)

MacLeod tweeted Friday trying to “set the record straight” on her interaction with Melnyk.

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“Let me set the record straight, I gave @MelnykEugene some feedback at the Rolling Stones concert and I apologized to him for being so blunt,” she wrote. “I have serious concerns about the state of our beloved Ottawa Senators! We need to get our team back on the road to winning the cup!”

Melnyk responded by saying their interaction “had nothing to do with the Ottawa Senators.”

“She didn’t even mention the Ottawa Senators,” he said. “She’s trying to justify it, but she didn’t even acknowledge that she made a mistake.”

Melnyk said MacLeod called him to try and start over, according to the Ottawa Citizen. He said she “thought it was a joke.”

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Melnyk said he complained to Premier Doug Ford about the incident. It’s unclear whether there will be any discipline handed down.

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