Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: October 30

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Lots of great games from over the weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, October 30 from the weekend that was. Featuring stories on Vadim Shipachyov, Alex Ovechkin, Blake Wheeler, Devils stay hot, Eberle and Tavares starting to click, Rangers poor start, Jack Eichel’s tantrum, Penguins back-to-back schedule, and Blackhawks scoring woes.

Top hockey news for Monday, October 30

The saga between Vadim Shipachyov and the Vegas Golden Knights takes another wacky turn. This time the story continues down in the AHL.

Humble and Kind are two words that can describe Alex Ovechkin and his deed from over the weekend.

Blake Wheeler records fastest hat trick in team history as Winnipeg routs Pittsburgh.

Devils continue their winning ways with back-to-back victories led by Taylor Hall and Jesper Bratt.

Doug Weight pushing the right buttons as Jordan Eberle breaks a scoreless drought and John Tavares nets a hattrick.

The New York Rangers poor start has left the team and management at a crossroad with the coach potentially on the hot seat.

Frustration is sinking in Buffalo. That could not be more evident when Jack Eichel broke his stick post game after another one-goal loss.

Penguins can only blame themselves and not the schedule maker in how the team performs in the second game of back-to-backs.

The Blackhawks big stars need to start acting like big game performers as Chicago struggles to find offense.


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