Sport: PHT Morning Skate: Quenneville reaction; Cheveldayoff meeting moved to Friday

Quad Queen Trusova does just one but still easily rules at Skate America

  Quad Queen Trusova does just one but still easily rules at Skate America Trusova won over compatriot Daria Usacheva in Las Vegas.The 17-year-old Quad Queen from Russia was a runaway winner Sunday at Skate America in Las Vegas despite limiting herself to just one free skate quadruple jump, a lutz, because of an unspecified foot injury.

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• “This was the allegation of a single person, but it had echoes of the recent gymnastics scandal that led to the life sentence imposed against Dr. Larry Nassar, the U.S. Gymnastics doctor. This proves that one instance can be enough. That one is too many.” [Miami Herald]

• “It’s irony, I suppose, that a bunch of guys whose reputations and bank accounts are built on the fetishization of accountability dodged it as long as they did.” [The Athletic]

Quenneville’s Meeting with Bettman May Decide Florida Fate

  Quenneville’s Meeting with Bettman May Decide Florida Fate For the Florida Panthers, there has never been a better start to a season. The next few days, though, could change everything. © Provided by Hockey News on Sports Illustrated Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports By Tim Reynolds SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — For the Florida Panthers, there has never been a better start to a season.

• NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly on why Quenneville was behind the Panthers’ bench Wednesday night: “I don’t think it would have been appropriate for us to intervene in a situation where we haven’t given Joel a chance to speak to us directly. He is entitled to a fair process.” [Ken Campbell]

• Joel Quenneville resigned as Panthers head coach Thursday night. [PHT]

• Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff, originally scheduled to meet with Commissioner Gary Bettman on Monday, will now meet in New York City on Friday. [TSN]

Kieffer Bellows and Tyson Jost are a new players who might be better off with a change of scenery. [Daily Faceoff]

• On the challenge ahead for Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman. [WEEI]

Is Joel Quenneville still Panthers coach? Full timeline of former Blackhawks coach's involvement in 2010 scandal

  Is Joel Quenneville still Panthers coach? Full timeline of former Blackhawks coach's involvement in 2010 scandal Quenneville is currently the head coach of the Florida Panthers. He coached the Blackhawks in the 2009-10 season when the team won the Stanley Cup.The meeting came 48 hours after the Blackhawks organization publicly released a 107-page document that involved interviewing 139 witnesses over the course of a four-month independent investigation following a lawsuit filed by a former player in May 2021. The report went into detail regarding a sexual assault that occurred in May 2010 and the lack of an investigation by the Blackhawks organization at that time.

• The Bruins and Panthers will honor the late Jimmy Hayes before their game Saturday night. [NHL.com]

• Are the Sharks for real? [The Hockey News]

• Hockey Hall of Famer Cammi Granato on her new role as a scout for the Kraken. [Seattle Times]

• Some news and nuggets to help your fantasy hockey dealings this week. [NBC Sports Edge]

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