Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Weekend That Was: October 23

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Here is the top hockey news for Monday October 22 from the weekend that was. Stories featuring Sidney Crosby’s attitude, help for an anthem singer, a blast from the past, clearance for a fan favorite, a tribute to a legend, new book tells all, and how hockey truly is for everyone.

Top hockey news for Monday October 23

Sidney Crosby had some choice words for the officials during Saturday nights blowout loss to Tampa Bay.

A blast from the past. The NHL could be considering going back to the glow puck that was around for one season in the 1990s.

For the first time since being diagnosed with leukemia, Brian Boyle was cleared to practice with the Devils.

Hockey Night in Canada paid tribute to Gord Downie Saturday during the opening montage. For those who missed it here it is:

Ryan Kennedy of the Hockey News goes in depth into Sean Avery’s new tell all book.

Hockey truly is for Everyone as proven by the Vancouver Canucks. Vancouver donates money to help blind hockey team.

 

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