Genting Club Jaden Schwartz changes number from 9 to 17 in memory of sister Mandi

Genting Club

Genting Club The St. Louis Blues were none too happy about Vladimir Sobotka’s decision to bolt for the KHL on Thursday. They responded by re-signing Steve Ott, who wasn’t very good for them, but hey, they needed somebody.

เก็นติ้งคลับ But while the Blues were annoyed, one of their players saw the silver lining immediately. With Sobotka’s no. 17 now up for grabs, left wing Jaden Schwartz snagged it for a very special reason.

It’s the number his older sister, Mandi, wore for the Yale University women’s team before she lost her two-and-a-half year battle with acute myeloid leukemia. On Friday, Jaden let his fans know that his no. 9 jersey would become a thing of the past:

Sorry to the fans with #9 apparel but when I’m back in uniform I’ll be looking a little different this year #MS17 pic.twitter.com/kfgOLUQkqg

It’s yet another way Mandi’s legacy is being honored.

SBOBET Who will be the next $10 million-a-year NHL players?

SBOBET

SBOBET This week, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks becamethe first two players to cross the $10 million annual salary threshold in the NHL, under the salary cap. They won’t be the last.

SBO Thing is, many of their comrades worthy of an eight-figure AAV are locked up long term: Sidney Crosby (2025), Alex Ovechkin (2021), Evgeni Malkin (2022), Zach Parise (2025), Phil Kessel (2022), Jeff Carter (2022), Corey Perry (2021) and Claude Giroux (2022) among them.

But a few players are going to have a chance to break the bank in the near future. Here’s a look at the next wave of potential $10-million men.

P.K. Subban, Montreal Canadiens (Restricted, 2014)

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