Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – October 27th

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With a plethora of games on Thursday night, here is the top hockey news for Friday, October 27. Today’s stories feature the U.S. Women’s hockey team, Good start in Vegas, a snag in the Hurricanes sale, Phil Kessel is clutch, missing link in Dallas, Derek Stepan’s return, Oilers finding their groove, a bright spot in Arizona, reaping the rewards, a surprise in Vancouver, Jumbo’s historic night, and a surprise injury.

Top Hockey News for Friday, October 27

In a special gala this week, the 1998 gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Women’s hockey team was enshrined into the Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame.

Vegas has gotten off to a fabulous start and has become the feel-good story of the year.

A potential sale of the Carolina Hurricanes has a hit a snag with the sale hanging on threads.

“Phil the Thrill” is already a household name. Kessel can now be called clutch after scoring back to back overtime goals.

Is Ben Bishop the missing link needed for the Dallas Stars to get back to the Stanley Cup Final?

Derek Stepan’s emotional return to Madison Square Garden is spoiled by his former team the New York Rangers.

Don’t look now, but the Edmonton Oilers are starting to find their groove again.

There’s not much to be excited about in Arizona right now. The only bright spot is Clayton Keller.

While the scoring chances are going up, the goals have not come thus far for Patrik Laine after adding some new dimensions to his off-season training.

Vancouver knows they can’t rely on the draft lottery, so their win-now attitude is a surprise to most in the NHL.

Joe Thornton’s historic night was spoiled by a Bruins rookie.

After delivering a superman punch on Tuesday, Kevin Bieska is heading back to California with a hand injury.

Here is a little funny video of Brent Burns Workin’ Out with his buddy Sasquatch:

If you missed it here is Drew Doughty and Dustin Brown arguing who will cover Erik Karlsson in OT:

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