Tweets of note: Nicklas Lidstrom on Greg Johnson; on charitable events

Of Twitter-related note this morning:

  1. Via Expressen:

My heartfelt condolences go out to Greg Johnson’s family. What a great teammate. RIP— Nicklas Lidstrom (@NicklasLidstrom) July 10, 2019

Sad to hear about the passing of former Red Wing Greg Johnson. One of the nicest pro athletes I’ve ever met. He was a pleasure to interview and just a great guy to be around.— Ken Kal (@KenKalDRW) July 10, 2019

2. In the alumni department, via CapFriendly and the Detroit News’s Gregg Krupa:

NY #Islanders signed free agent G Jared Coreau to a 1 year/2-way contract.

NHL: $700,000
Minor: $225,000 ($275,000 gtee)

Coreau will be an Unrestricted Free Agent again next summer.— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) July 10, 2019

3. In the charitable event category:

We are so excited for the Power To Move Classic tomorrow, and we know it will be a memorable event at the @umichgolfcourse! If you couldn’t make it this year but still wanted to help the First Step Foundation, our silent auction is available online!— Mike Barwis (@BarwisMethods) July 10, 2019

4. In video form, “Amy’s Angels” on Fox 2 Detroit reported that Ken Daniels will be honored at the CATCH foundation’s “Golf Prelude Party & Classic”:

5. And in the “future events” category:

Looking forward to helping out at the @DetroitRedWings Kids Camp next week @LCArena_Detroit What a joy it is to see the kids meet new friends and have fun on the ice at the same time. Thanks in advance to the parents who sacrifice their time for their kids enjoyment.— Ken Kal (@KenKalDRW) July 10, 2019

.@jveleno91 will be at #RedWings Youth Camp next week… will your child?! 👀

A few days remain to get them registered, camp starts Monday!

Visit →— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) July 10, 2019

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