Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Weekend That Was: October 16

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Top hockey news for Monday October 16 from the weekend that was features stories on P.K. Subban’s new project, Jaromir Jagr’s longevity, the greatness of Auston Matthews, Malcolm Subban’s first NHL win, Leon Draisaitl absence, J.T. Brown’s training experience, and a captain’s return.

Top hockey news for Monday October 16

P.K. Subban continues to be an ambassador of the game of hockey. He has started a new program called Blueline Buddies to bring local law enforcement and the youth community together.

The longevity of Jaromir Jagr has impressed fellow graduates of the 1990 NHL Draft class.

Auston Matthews greatness is growing to new heights. Matthews has now set a record for the Maple Leafs.

Vegas Golden Knights goalie Malcolm Subban notches first win in the NHL defeating his former club the Boston Bruins.

Edmonton Oilers fans should be worried about Leon Draisaitl. There is no timetable for his return to the lineup.

A week after lifting a fist to the American national anthem, Lightning forward J.T. Brown met with local law enforcement. It is an experience he will not soon forget.

Senators captain and star defenseman Erik Karlsson will be returning to the lineup as soon as Tuesday night.

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Photo Credit: By Michael Miller (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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