LeBrun: NHL’s lost generation of Olympians is ‘dying for’ its shot at best-on-best play in 2026

LeBrun: NHL’s lost generation of Olympians is ‘dying for’ its shot at best-on-best play in 2026

Connor McDavid on missing a chance at the 2018 and 2022 Olympics: “I like that you called it ‘lost generation.’ I certainly feel that way.”


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