Morning NHL Notes; Radko Gudas Injured, Chris Drury GM Job, Performance-Enhancing Drug In The NHL

By Jacob Carmendy
Sep. 04, 2016

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​Here's some news and notes to start off the day; 

-Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas is injured and is expected to be evaluated by the team on a "week-to-week" basis. Gudas has already been taken out of the World Cup due to the injury. 

-The New York Rangers have officially announced the promotion of Chris Drury to assistant General Manager of the team. Drury played with the Rangers for a good portion of his NHL career before retiring. 

-The NHL has just banned the drug Meldonium recently, and Mile High Hockey has a piece detailing how it will affect Russian players both on the Avalanche and around the league.