Chicago and Buffalo chose to spice things up on a quiet Tuesday, with the Blackhawks sending defenseman Henri Jokiharju to the Sabres in exchange for forward Alex Nylander.
For Nylander, this serves as a welcome change of scenery for the struggling forward.
In the NHL, Nylander has scored three goals and six points in 19 games.
Dylan Strome, a former third overall pick, had similarly flat production in limited duty with the Arizona Coyotes before being acquired by the Blackhawks. Jokiharju, from Finland, posted 17 points (two goals, 15 assists) in 30 games for the Rockford IceHogs of the AHL.
Nintendo shifts some Switch production from China to Vietnam
The ongoing trade war between the United States of America and China is causing concern for two of our favourite console brands. But Nintendo has determined it is necessary to avoid the risks from making most of its products in a particular country.
1-yo dies in fall from cruise ship in Puerto Rico
The ship has since departed for a trip through the Caribbean while the girl's family remains in Puerto Rico amid an investigation. Asked if the grandfather had been drinking, he added: "There was absolutely no alcohol involved, Sam is not a drinker".
"Pronounced "joh-kee-HARH-yoo", the 6'0" 190 pound defenseman was selected by the Blackhawks 29th overall in the 2017 draft.
Jokiharju, the No. 29 selection in the 2017 draft, made his National Hockey League debut in October and finished with no goals and 12 assists in 38 games in his first season with the Blackhawks.
Both the Blackhawks and Sabres finished outside the playoff picture last season. But after adding to the unit with the acquisitions of Calvin de Haan and Olli Maatta, Chicago has dealt from a surplus to acquire a raw talent in Nylander.
Alex's father, Michael, played for the Blackhawks from 1999-2002.
Three sources familiar with the state of the talks said the Chinese side did not make firm commitments for immediate purchases. Washington wants Beijing to address what USA officials see as decades of unfair and illegal trading practices.
Peter Seidler, the San Diego Padres general partner, has chief oversight of all activities of Seidler Equity Partners. Verlander, numerous times in the past, has stated that he believes baseballs are juiced.
Dalglish was arrested in April a year ago in Kavrepalanchowk district, near Kathmandu, by Nepal's Central Bureau of Investigation. French aid worker, Jean Jacques Haye, was found guilty of raping ten children at an orphanage in Kathmandu in 2010.
Over the Fourth of July weekend, a brawl that seemed to involve a set of two families erupted in Disneyland's Toontown. Pink shirt man comes back and starts slapping the white-shirted woman in the face, leaving her flat out on the floor.
The CEO of International Airlines Group, Willie Walsh, said he was confident the plane would make a successful return. The cancellation itself is a small dent in Boeing's backlog for the bestselling 737, including the Max version.
According to Automotive News , the electric hatch is estimated to have an EPA-certified range of 114 miles (183 km). After coming away impressed by our stint in a prototype, we're excited to get our hands on the new electric Mini.
Tacos are back in the menu at Burger King with the introduction of the $ 1 Crispy Taco at participating locations nationwide. The fast-food chain is complimenting its burgers , fries and chicken items with something new this time.
Data breach lands Marriott chain £99m fine
Marriott has been issued a £99m fine by European Regulators under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR ). The GDPR makes it clear that organizations must be accountable for the personal data they hold.
Alaphilippe breaks away to take overall Tour de France lead
Alaphilippe was strong enough to cling on and win by 26 seconds, despite a desperate effort from the pack to reel him in. Half of them are drunk in France and now the French have a great excuse to crack open a bottle or two in celebration.
Zion's Summer League exit just 'precautionary'
Indeed, even without Williamson, the Pelicans defeated the Chicago Bulls 109-72 on Monday night. Williamson said it was "frustrating" to sit out. "Whenever I can play, I just want to play".