Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – October 25th

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Coming off a quiet night in the NHL, Tuesday night featured 11 games. Top hockey news for October 25 features stories on honors for Gord Downie, Concussion spotters, Antti Niemi, a dynamic duo, John Tavares, a ‘Mighty’ return, a rookie hurt, and the best sports franchise.

Top Hockey News for Wednesday, October 25

During the NHL Alumni gala Monday night, Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie was awarded the inaugural Honorary Alumni award.

Kevin Allen of USA Today looks at the Jonathan Quick incident involving concussion spotters.

Florida claimed Antti Niemi off waivers after his failed experiment with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Tampa Bay’s dynamic duo of Stamkos and Kucherov are electrifying every time they step onto the ice.

John Tavares gives Islanders boost notching hat trick in win over the Coyotes.

Ryan Getzlaf returned to the lineup for Anaheim as the Ducks dominated in a win over the Flyers.

Speaking of the Flyers, rookie Nolan Patrick was injured during the loss to Anaheim. Should his past history be a concern for Philadelphia?

Riding the wave of Stanley Cup momentum, ESPN ranked the Nashville Predators as the best sports franchise.

For you wrestling fans out Kevin Bieska channels his inner Roman Reigns during a fight with Radko Gudas


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