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Videos- Media Cuts After A 7-2 Loss To Florida

Frans Nielsen first, followed below by Mickey Redmond (no game talk), the game highlights and Jeff Blashill quoted on the passing of team masseur Sergei Tchekmarev.

added 10:37pm, Jeff Blashill on the passing of Sergei Tchekmarev. is below.  added 10:45pm, extended interview with Nielsen is below.

 

Highlights

 

via Ansar Khan tweets,

Jeff Blashill on passing of team masseur Sergei Tchekmarev: Blashill
“He was an unreal man. He made it fun to be around the rink. I’ve known him for 10-plus years, he was here for 20-plus years. He was one of the best people I’ve ever been around, one of the kindest ...

Jeff Blashill on passing of Sergei Tchekmarev (continued): "He cared, had an unreal outlook on life. My heart goes out to his family and certainly to … so many people around here that loved him, including myself.”

Blasill's only response to the game was we stunk.

Here is Blashill on the passing of Tcekmarev,

via the Detroit Free Press,

 

 

added 10:41pm,

 

added 10:45pm, extended interview with Nielsen

 

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TreKronor's avatar

That Blash presser was tough to watch but a good reminder that everyone… EVERYONE in the franchise is family.

Posted by TreKronor on 02/19/21 at 11:15 PM ET

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