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Great suggestion for NHL skills competition surfaces and sets the web on fire

Published January 15, 2023 at 12:48
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The NHL All-Star Weekend is becoming less and less popular among players, but also among fans. Several big names, such as Alexander Ovechkin, have systematically refused to go for years and we feel the popularity of the event is decreasing more and more.

The NHL must find a way to innovate and make the weekend even more spectacular and this is what they have been doing for the past few years, by inviting women to the skills competitions. Remember Kendall Coyne-Schofield, who participated in the speed contest and set the competition on fire.

A suggestion from an Internet user goes in the same direction, but with a much younger woman, who is on everyone's lips right now. Nela Lopusanova is seen as the next potential woman to be drafted into the NHL.

At 14 years old, she is breaking all the records in a men's league and scoring spectacular goals.



Here are a few highlights of the young lady.




Imagine if the NHL started including exceptional young talent, male or female, in their skills competition! It would definitely add to the popularity and quality of the show.
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January 15   |   34 answers
Great suggestion for NHL skills competition surfaces and sets the web on fire

Do you agree with the proposal to include outstanding young talent in the skills competition?

Yes2676.5 %
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