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DETROIT – These Detroit Red Wings will avoid being on the inglorious end of team and NHL history, thanks in large part to Robby Fabbri, Filip Zadina and Filip Hronek.

Each young player tallied three points Thursday to lift the Red Wings to a 5-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets at Little Caesars Arena.

The Red Wings (8-22-3) ended their 12-game losing streak (0-10-2), which was two short of the franchise record set in 1981-82 and five shy of the league record.

It was Detroit’s first victory in a month (Nov. 12, 4-3 in overtime at Anaheim).

Fabbri scored two goals and assisted on Zadina’s first of the season. Zadina assisted on both of Fabbri’s goals. Hronek sealed the outcome with an empty-net goal with 1:52 remaining and picked up a pair of assists.

Fabbri continues to pay big dividends after being acquired from St. Louis for fourth-line center Jacob de la Rose on Nov. 6. He has eight goals and 14 points in 16 games with the Red Wings.

Zadina continues to make a case to remain on the NHL roster. He has six points (goal, five assists) in his past five games.

Darren Helm also scored for Detroit. Jonathan Bernier made 26 saves.

Kyle Connor scored twice for Winnipeg (19-11-2), which was 13-3-2 in its past 18 games, including a 5-1 victory over the Red Wings on Tuesday.

The Red Wings were up 3-0 before Connor scored twice in the second period (7:16 and 12:57).

Zadina then scored a huge power-play goal with 23.8 seconds to play in the period, after Anthony Bitetto was called for roughing Adam Erne. Zadina’s shot from the right flank, his sweet spot, went off the post and in past Connor Hellebuyck.

The Red Wings outshot the Jets 14-5 and led 2-0 after the first period, one of their best 20-minute segments in some time.

Helm scored on a breakaway at 7:49, his fifth of the season. Nathan Beaulieu coughed up the puck in the neutral zone and then collided with a linesman.

Fabbri scored his first of the game at 13:47, when his pass attempted deflected in off of Jets defenseman Neal Pionk.

Fabbri scored again at 3:35 of the second when the puck bounced in off of Pionk.

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Injuries and having to participate in multiple overtimes in recent games have worn the St. Louis Blues down considerably. However, the Blues received a huge boost when they signed Troy Brouwer to a one-year deal.

The news couldn’t come at a better time. The Blues need some help offensively if they plan on getting more wins. So, they signed a deal with Brouwer for one year, worth $750,000 after a successful tryout.

Time will tell if this contract pans out, but Brouwer has brought the Blues some production in key moments in the past. One of his, and the team’s, most important goals being a Game 7 winner in the 2016 playoffs that allowed the Blues to defeat the Chicago Blackhawks.

The Blues need Brouwer to bring that same kind of clutch production in a big way, especially with key players like Sammy Blais and Vladimir Tarasenko being out. During his 2016 season with the Blues, Brouwer had 18 goals and 21 assists. It will be interesting to see if he can equal or surpass that total.

One-year contracts can be a bit risky, especially if the player in question does not re-sign after and goes to a new team. That said, the Blues need to boost their offense any way and every way they can and for $750,000 dollars, it might just be what they need to make a solid run until the injuries begin to go away.

St. Louis also mitigated their risk by making the contract a two-way deal. That way, if the team gets healthy and they need the cap space, they can send Brouwer to the minors without risk of losing him.

The bad part of this signing is it happened mainly due to the team finding out about Blais’ injury. We thought something might be wrong when he left the ice against Tampa Bay, but nobody figured it would be that long since he finished the game.

Still, the Brouwer signing is great news for a team and a fanbase that needs it most. The Blues still have a lot of the season left to play.

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St. Louis Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo has been suspended four games for his cross-check of Nashville Predators forward Viktor Arvidsson.

The Predators announced that Arvidsson will miss four to six weeks with a lower-body injury as a result of the hit in the first period of Saturday night’s game. The 26-year-old Arvidsson was initially cross-checked into the Blues’ net by Bortuzzo, earning him a minor penalty.

Bortuzzo turned to the official to express his outrage, then put his hands back on his stick and forcefully cross-checked Arvidsson in an unpadded area of his lower back. The NHL announced after the game that Bortuzzo would get a phone hearing.

According to the Department of Player Safety, the act alone would typically lead to only a fine, rather than a suspension. That was the case in October 2017, when Bortuzzo was fined the maximum allowed ($3,091.40) under the Collective Bargaining Agreement for cross-checking New York Islanders forward Brock Nelson while Nelson was down on the ice — a “very similar play” to the Arvidsson incident, although at the time, “he didn’t have the history,” according to Player Safety.

But this time, Bortuzzo was a repeat offender, having been suspended three games (two preseason games, one regular-season game) for elbowing Michal Kempny of the Washington Capitals in September 2018. That, combined with the injury to Arvidsson and a history of similar acts, raised this incident to the level of a four-game suspension rather than a fine.

“This is a forceful crosscheck, delivered well away from the puck, on a vulnerable opponent, and for no other reason but frustration,” the NHL said in a video announcing the suspension.

Arvidsson, who skated in his 300th career game, had an assist to help the Predators snap a six-game losing streak. Arvidsson has 15 points in 22 games after scoring 34 goals last season.

The 30-year-old Bortuzzo is in his sixth season with St. Louis. Bortuzzo is considered a repeat offender under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and, based on his average annual salary, will forfeit $67,073.16. The money goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund.

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Croyez-le ou non, Jordan Binnington est humain. Samedi à St. Louis, le gardien des Blues a subi un premier crochet en saison régulière après avoir cédé quatre buts aux Maple Leafs de Toronto en 13 minutes de jeu. Une rare fausse note pour l’incontestable gardien par excellence de l’année 2019.

La seule autre fois où l’entraîneur des Blues, Craig Berube, a retiré Binnington fut lors du troisième duel de la finale de la Coupe Stanley contre les Bruins de Boston, un revers de 7-2 des Blues dans lequel le sauveur des Blues a accordé cinq buts sur 19 tirs en une période et demie.

Dans la défaite de samedi contre les Leafs, Binnington en était à son 79e départ sur les 100 matchs de l’année 2019 des Blues, séries incluses évidemment. C’est 30 départs en 43 matchs dans la seconde portion de la saison 2018-19, 26 sur 26 dans les séries et 23 sur 31 dans la saison actuelle.

79 matchs en 11 mois

Un total de 79 matchs en 11 mois, c’est du gros boulot, surtout pour un jeune homme qui n’avait que trois parties d’expérience dans la LNH avant de relancer les Blues à l’âge de 25 ans. De plus, il a livré 60 performances de qualité sur 79, pour un superbe ratio de 76 %. C’est le summum.

Difficile de demander mieux comme indicateur de constance en plus d’un taux d’efficacité de 0,921 en 79 parties, mais au-delà des statistiques, Binnington a surtout été à l’origine de l’une des plus grandes remontées de l’histoire de la LNH. Les Blues étaient à 11 points d’une place en séries éliminatoires avant son premier départ, le 7 janvier, un jeu blanc de 3-0 à Philadelphie.

En séries éliminatoires, le Torontois a été fumant, aidant les Blues à combler des retards de 3-2 contre les Stars de Dallas, et de 2-1 contre les Sharks de San Jose ainsi que les
Bruins de Boston. Il n’a accordé qu’un seul but lors des deux numéro sept, une victoire de 4-1 en grande finale contre les Bruins de Boston et une autre de 2-1 en deuxième période de prolongation face aux Stars au deuxième tour.

Il a démontré tellement d’aplomb dans son duel contre Ben Bishop qui brillait de tous ses feux devant la cage des Stars. Bishop était bombardé et deux fois plus occupé et c’est justement dans ces moments que l’esprit d’un gardien inactif tend à divaguer, surtout dans un match d’une telle importance.

Binnington n’a jamais cligné des yeux. En plus de la constance, il a démontré une capacité exceptionnelle à gagner les gros matchs. Qu’il reçoive 20 ou 40 tirs, Binnington reste le même, soir après soir.

Et ça se poursuit, cette saison. Il a certainement eu toutes les raisons du monde de perdre son focus au cours de l’été, mais il a gardé le cap. Pour la première fois, Binnington vient de perdre deux matchs d’affilée de saison régulière en temps réglementaire.

Ça viendra certainement, peut-être même cette semaine, mais ses séries de victoires sont nettement plus remarquables. Il a connu deux séquences de cinq victoires la saison dernière et une de huit. Cette saison, il en a déjà une de cinq.

Peu importe ce qui se passe d’ici le 31 décembre, Jordan Binnington mérite amplement le titre de gardien de l’année 2019 et c’est franchement incontestable malgré le brio de quelques autres, dont Tuukka Rask, des Bruins, et Ben Bishop, des Stars.

De plus, Binnington semble avoir inspiré son auxiliaire, Jake Allen qui joue mieux après un début de saison difficile.

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He was selected by the St. Louis Blues in the ninth round of the 1988 NHL Entry Draft, No. 177 overall. After skating with the Blues for the 1989–1990 season, he played four seasons with the Quebec Nordiques (later relocated to Colorado). He became a free agent in 1994 and returned to the Blues, playing there until July 1999, when he broke his pelvis in a motorcycle accident in St. Louis and was unable to resume his NHL career. Known for his devastating punches, he battered many of the league’s top enforcers during his career.

In the Spawn comic book series, Todd McFarlane created a mob enforcer character named Antonio “Tony Twist” Twistelli, who McFarlane acknowledged was named after Tony Twist. Twist learned about the character through his mother in British Columbia, who had a group of boys arrive to her house with Tony Twist-related Spawn items in 1997. After this incident, Twist viewed the Spawn animated series that had earlier aired on HBO from May to June 1997, he subsequently remarked “I’m in pink thong underwear, smoking a cigar, ordering the kidnapping of a child while two women are naked on the couch making love to each other. I obviously didn’t want any part of that. Even if I was a good guy I wouldn’t have participated. You’ve got kids being kidnapped, you’ve got nudity, you’ve got police raping women. It’s nothing I want to be affiliated with.” On October 31, 1997, Twist filed an anonymous John Doe lawsuit against Todd McFarlane Productions, and related parties such as HBO, for defamation of character and appropriation of his name without permission. The lawsuit was filed anonymously in order to keep publicity surrounding it to a minimum.

He was initially awarded $24 million by a St. Louis, Missouri judge in 2000. Sean Phillips, a former executive of a sports nutrition company, testified for Twist, stating that he withdrew a $100,000 endorsement deal, only after learning about the despicable nature of the Tony Twist character. However, the $24 million ruling would be reversed in November 2000, with McFarlane joking to journalists “He’s got to return that yacht now.”The trial continued, and Twist later won $15 million in 2004 when a St. Louis jury found Todd McFarlane Productions had profited from Twist’s likeness.The verdict was upheld after two appeals in June 2006.In 2007, Twist and McFarlane settled the lawsuit out of court for $5 million.

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Les répercussions du congédiement de Bill Peters par les Flames de Calgary dans la LNH, et les accusations dirigées envers Mike Babcock et maintenant Marc Crawford, qui fait l’objet d’une enquête par son employeur actuel, les Blackhawks de Chicago, commencent également à se faire sentir au niveau junior, alors qu’un club, les Tigers de Medicine Hat, a congédié son thérapeute athlétique, Jamie LeBlanc, cette semaine en raison de

Ayant joué chez les professionnels lui-même il y a une vingtaine d’années et jusqu’en 2012, une époque où les entraîneurs n’allaient pas être réprimandés s’ils étaient trop durs avec leurs protégés, Landry est conscient que les temps ont changé grandement.
« J’ai eu des entraîneurs qui étaient durs avec leurs joueurs, qui étaient exigeants et demandaient de l’intensité ou de jouer physique, je pense que c’est la bonne façon de faire, estime l’ancien des Flames de Calgary [où il a été dirigé par Brian Sutter] et du Canadien de Montréal [Alain Vigneault et Michel Therrien]. De faire autre chose, ou de l’abus verbal, ou encore de l’abus personnel, j’ai toujours trouvé que ça n’avait pas sa place dans le hockey. Il y a une grosse, grosse ligne entre le joueur de hockey que tu dois pousser à performer et à le faire sortir de sa zone de confort, et utiliser une méthode personnelle pour faire avancer un joueur. Ça, je ne crois pas du tout à ça. »

Landry, qui a aussi joué neuf ans en Europe, se comptait chanceux de ne pas avoir eu de problème majeur avec ses entraîneurs, ayant toujours bien accepté ceux qui le mettaient au défi « parce que je voulais ensuite leur prouver qu’ils avaient tort ».

Il s’estime tout aussi chanceux d’avoir amorcé sa carrière d’entraîneur sous les ordres de Benoît Groulx, son mentor pendant trois ans avant qu’il n’hérite de son poste, en relève à Mario Duhamel, au cours de la saison 2016-2017.

« Ben est un entraîneur exigeant qui met beaucoup l’accent sur les détails et l’intensité lors des entraînements. Il a ses manières d’amener ça… J’ai tellement eu d’entraîneurs que je peux en prendre un peu de chacun. Il y a beaucoup de points que j’aimais de Ben dans son enseignement, dans sa façon de démontrer de l’intensité, ce que j’utilise certainement. Autant que j’utilise des techniques apprises d’autres entraîneurs, comme pour des rencontres individuelles, que j’utilise aussi. Tu en prends un peu de chaque entraîneur que tu as eu », note-t-il.

Le pilote de 44 ans affirme qu’avec les joueurs qu’il a présentement sous la main, une jeune formation qui est en danger de rater les séries pour la première fois depuis 1984, son approche est justement de les défier pour en arriver à se dépasser.

« J’aime ça challenger les joueurs, j’ai des attentes côté hockey qui sont les mêmes pour tous les joueurs. Ils savent à quoi je m’attends d’eux sur la glace. Et je m’en tiens au côté hockey », dit-il.

De ce côté, ça ne va pas trop bien pour les Olympiques ces temps-ci. À moins de deux semaines de l’ouverture de la période des transactions, Landry constate que son club ressent la pression des défaites qui s’accumulent. « En ce moment, les gars veulent bien faire, ils travaillent, mais ils tiennent leur bâton plus serré aussi. Je pense que ça explique pourquoi on n’obtient pas les buts au moment opportun », dit-il.

Les Olympiques (7-17-3) vont recevoir des Sea Dogs de Saint-Jean qui n’ont que six points d’avance sur eux mercredi soir, une bonne chance de mettre fin à leur série de revers. « C’est un match qu’on doit gagner, on doit utiliser notre vitesse et trouver le fond du filet au bon moment surtout », ajoute-t-il.

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Where were you on March 24, 1994, when Dave Andreychuk took a pass from Doug Gilmour and slipped it by goalie Arturs Irbe, sending Maple Leaf Gardens into a frenzy?

Maybe you remember, maybe you don’t (or, third option…maybe you weren’t alive yet). But that moment was special because it was the last time anyone wearing the blue-and-white Maple Leaf celebrated a 50-goal season.

Netting 50 goals is a feat reserved for elite goal scorers. It’s tougher now than it’s ever been, in a league that continues to grow faster and more skilled across the board.

Keep this in mind: only two players (Alex Ovechkin and Leon Draisaitl) have scorer 50-plus the past six seasons; when Andreychuk scored 53 in 1993-94, he was one of eight players to hit the half-century mark that season.

But this could be the year Toronto breaks its streak and has a player join the scoring elite. Auston Matthews, the Maple Leafs’ 22-year-old cornerstone center, is the player who can get it done.

Before going further, I must first acknowledge that John Tavares was only a few bounces away from scoring 50 for Toronto last year. He finished with an impressive 47 goals — good for third in the NHL — but that came with a career-high 286 shots and a 16.4 shooting percentage, his highest rate in a non-lockout year.

Plus Tavares’ shift starts are almost a 50/50 split between the offensive and defensive zone, which lessens his opportunity compared to someone like Matthews, who starts in the offensive zone more than 60 percent of the time.

Speaking of Matthews, let’s dive in on his quest to become Toronto’s first 50-goal scorer in more than a quarter century.
Almost on pace despite recent slide

After his usual hot start to the season — Matthews is a prolific October scorer, with 36 goals in 46 career games — a recent five-game goalless stretch pushed Matthews off the 50-goal pace.

During his drought, which lasted from Nov. 27 through Dec. 4, he took 21 shots but couldn’t buy a break. Finally, on Saturday against the defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues, Matthews broke through with a pair of tallies.

“I’ve just got to keep shooting the puck,” he told Sportsnet’s Kyle Bukauskas, “and eventually it’s gonna go in.”

That sounds like a reasonable plan. Matthews shoots more than anyone else on the Maple Leafs and, wouldn’t you know it, he scores more as well. And he has the support of his coach to keep on keepin’ on, which is always a good thing.

“I didn’t think about (Matthews’ slump) one second,” Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe said after the St. Louis game. “Full confidence it’s going to fall in for him. He’s too good a player for it not to.”

With 19 goals through 32 games, Matthews is on pace for 48.7 goals over a full 82-game slate.

Of course, health is not something to take for granted; especially considering Matthews has missed 34 games over the past two seasons. But it’s impressive that he’s still almost on track for 50 goals despite his recent skid.
Toronto’s power play runs through Matthews

One could argue that Toronto’s power play runs through Tavares, given his usual position in the middle of the slot as part-time facilitator, part-time traffic cop. But when it comes to getting pucks on net and producing, no one shoulders more of the load than Matthews.

Sometimes he snipes from his power play perch, inside the faceoff circle to the left of the goalie.

Sometimes he bull rushes the net, unaccounted for, and chips the puck top shelf like he’s getting it out of a sand trap.

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T.J. Oshie scored twice in the Washington Capitals 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins before John Carlson netted the game-winning goal in the third period just minutes after the Bruins tied it.

Oshie not only scored twice, he scored those two goals in the span of 3:30 and while the first one was a slam dunk, the second one could qualify as goal of the year.

First let’s break down goal number one. With the Caps on the power play, Oshie was wide open in front of the net and John Carlson found him. Oshie’s initial blast went off the top crossbar but he followed his shot to rebound it past Bruins netminder Jaroslav Halak.

Now onto the goal the entire hockey world has talked about. Charging up the ice and taking a pass from Evgeny Kuznetsov, Oshie undressed two Bruins defenders, showed excellent puck control and followed through with a backhander past Halak.

Oshie admitted he was playing fast the whole game, particularly the second goal and he explained he felt like his line buddy Jakub Vrana to The Washington Post’s Samantha Pell (subscription required):

“I felt like I had (Jakub Vrana’s) wheels on the bench. I had to check my skates, make sure there wasn’t a ‘13’ under there. I don’t know. Like I said, I haven’t seen it. It felt pretty lucky for the puck to squeak through.”

I’m sure by now Oshie has seen the goal. It was an absolute beauty. Trailing 1-0 at the first break, Oshie’s two goals helped keep the crowd into it. In a battle between two Eastern Conference juggernauts, the Capitals came out on top.

T.J. Oshie-t we have the lead! pic.twitter.com/ZlzyxdvIjT

— Washington ☃️ Capitals (@Capitals) December 12, 2019

Oshie has come a long way since his injury in Game 4 of last year’s first round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes. He now has 13 goals on the season.

Capitals coach Todd Reirden mentioned in the same article:

“I think the work he put in this summer, working on skill development, talking about how he can score more goals, skating I think is improved and it’s tough to improve skating when you become an older player and I think it’s evident. (Oshie’s goal) for me sums it all up. But he leads the way for our team.”

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If you have been betting Woodbine Mohawk Park and haven’t been cashing on horses driven by Scott Young in the past month, you just haven’t been paying close enough attention.

Young has been on a tear and has created a buzz, and by winning the first 1 3/8 mile race carded on Oct. 31 as part of the current pilot project at the track, Young might even be part of a trivia answer. He guided the 4-year-old Andover Hall mare Venus Duharas to a 10-1 upset that night despite being parked the entire way, one of many longshots he has driven to victory. The mare was making her first start for his dad Bob and with that win things just seemed to take off for Scott. As of the end of action Friday night, Young had notched eight wins at Mohawk in November, with three of those coming as a hat trick on Nov. 15 and he has delivered a high win percentage.

“It’s really been a dream come true,” the personable catch-driver, who turns 28 today, said, beaming. “I was always doing a little Mohawk here and there wherever I could, and with Trevor (Henry) and Doug (McNair) being away, it kind of created a little more opportunity for me.”

Young says all it took was a little push from a friend for him to try out Mohawk Park on more of a full-time basis.

“I was doing Thursdays for a while because Flamboro Downs wasn’t that busy,” he said. “I kind of got talking to Bobby McClure about it and he said to me: why don’t you try to come here? I already kind of had ideas about it, but, you can go there all you want but you have to be able to get some work once you’re there.”

Young, who should take his 1,000th driving win early in 2020, said that racing more at the big track has been a case of so far, so good.

“It’s been great,” said Young.. “I got some drives right off the hop, I got a little horsepower, and it’s been a run that I sure didn’t expect that’s for sure.”

Young’s success has even created a bit of demand for his driving services. “I laughed there two Thursdays ago,” he said. “I came out with six drives but two of them were two races where two different guys put me down on their horses. I was laughing with my dad, saying: look at me getting doubles downtown at Mohawk. I certainly never thought I’d see the day where I would have to pick and choose who I was driving at Mohawk. Some of the trainers that I’ve driven for all along at the B tracks are putting me on their Mohawk stock too, now and that’s always well appreciated, too.”

Young has gained Internet fame — some may call it infamy — due to a paddock camera catching him in action falling off the bike as he was leaving his stall to head out for a post parade in a race several years ago. At least a couple of times a year, the video gets shared by someone in the industry — usually drivers — and Young is always a good sport about it, as he was when I asked him about it.

“It was my second year driving, I was 19 and it was a Saturday afternoon at Flamboro,” the Guelph resident said of the incident that sparked the popular video. “I remember it like it was yesterday. I was on the bike and I knew I was going to hit the wall because the bike was too far over. It was my own fault because when you are on the racetrack on dirt and you shift your butt over your wheels will move. So that’s what I did, but being where I was, it doesn’t work with rubber on rubber.

Young remembered that he shifted when he made contact with the wall and “that’s when I ended up falling out because all my weight was going the one way.” He said he knew that camera was there but he hoped he got lucky and they had already moved on to the post parade because the #1 horse was already on the track. No such luck.

“When I got out on the track, I told Billy Davis Jr. what had happened and he was killing himself laughing,” Young said. “I said imagine if it got on film? When I came in that day, James Macdonald, who was still driving at Flamboro comes over and he starts laughing to me and I said: no way they didn’t get that on film.”

Macdonald’s brother Curtis was working at Flamboro at the time and he captured all the action. “Curtis texted me and said, don’t worry, I caught it all — Twelve minutes from start to finish and I already posted it on YouTube,” Young said, laughing.

Now Young — who lists Pieceoftherock, Nickle Bag and Whiskey Tax as some of the best he has driven to date — is making winning videos regularly “downtown” at Mohawk as they call it, and at least in the month of November, he was the bettors’ best friend.

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With next year poised to be a banner year for the Birds of Prey, Brian Azzarello and Emanuela Lupacchino’s eagerly anticipated take on the DC superteam has gotten a variant cover by fan-favorite artist J. Scott Campbell.

DC Nation shared Campbell’s cover to the oversized DC Black Label one-shot shows Harley Quinn in action alongside Black Canary and the Huntress. The mature reader-oriented issue goes on sale this January.

Azzarello and Lupacchino’s story was originally announced as an ongoing series for the main DC Universe, slated for an October debut. Plans changed this past September when the series was re-solicited as a DC Black Label title, rescheduled to debut in February to coincide with the release of Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).

With the announcement last month that Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner would launch a new four-issue miniseries in February titled Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey, solicitations for DC titles slated to go on sale January 2020 revealed that material for Azzarello and Lupacchino’s story had been combined into a 96-page one-shot to be published at the end of the month.