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Connor Dewar

Connor Dewar

#26C,
G
5
A
8
Pts
13
+/-
-1
PPP
0
SOG
50
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 10"/182 lbs
Born: Gilbert Plains, Canada
Draft: 2018 3rd round (92nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Hockey Writers

    Smart Money On Ryan O'Reilly Being Traded: 3 Teams To Watch

    As per Frank Seravalli, contract extension talks between the St. Louis Blues and Ryan O'Reilly's camp have been cordial, but nothing is close and both sides are losing hope that a deal will get done. While O'Reilly says he would like to stay in St. Louis, Seravailli writes, “…the smart money is still betting on the 2019 Conn Smythe Trophy winner being on the move.” Suggesting O'Reilly will come back from injury and play for about two weeks before teams have to make a decision on how useful he could be for a playoff run, Seravalli argues that the center's injury may actually enhance his value since he'll be a well-rested player. Who might be looking at O'Reilly over the next three weeks?

  • The Hockey Writers

    Minnesota Wild-Only 2023 NHL Skills Competition

    It's just over halfway through the NHL season and that means it's time for the All-Star Game that is being held in Sunrise, Florida, later today, Feb. 4. While there are certain players that are expected to make the cut every season, like Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin, Johnny Gaudreau, Nathan McKinnon, Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, and Erik Karlsson, there are also a number of new faces that will be joining the ranks and will soon be household names. The Wild's Kirill Kaprizov is one of those soon-to-be household names and he'll be making his second appearance at the All-Star Game this season, but before that he took part in the NHL All-Star Skills Competition.

  • Detroit Lakes Tribune

    Wild superstar Kirill Kaprizov is a perfect face of the franchise: 'He gets it'

    It's not uncommon to see Kirill Kaprizov still shooting pucks more than 30 minutes after his teammates start leaving the ice at TRIA Rink in downtown St. Paul. As veteran Marcus Foligno put it earlier this season, Kaprizov is a legitimate superstar in every sense of the word but has the commitment level of someone scrapping to make an NHL roster.