Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 1

NHL Central Division

Coming off a quiet Halloween night, the NHL calendar flips to November. Here is the top hockey news for November 1. Today’s stories feature concussion spotters, Gary Bettman impressed, Devils Youth Movement, Jets flying high, Rangers rally, Brian Boyle ready to play, Larry Robinson speaks on today’s NHL, Islanders practice facility, and a franchise first.

Top Hockey News for Wednesday, November 1

To say Allan Walsh is a calm individual would be an understatement. Walsh blasted the NHL and their concussion spotters for what happened to his client Marc-Andre Fleury during a game.

The Vegas Golden Knights start has been impressive, to say the least. Vegas has even caught the eye of Commissioner Gary Bettman.

New Jersey is playing like they have nothing to lose thanks in part to the youth movement.

Don’t look now but the red-hot Winnipeg Jets are soaring over the competition.

For now, the New York Rangers rallied to save their coach and season.

Good news coming out of New Jersey for the Devils. Brian Boyle appears ready to return to the lineup.

Hall of Famer and former Canadiens defenseman Larry Robinson speaks on the state of today’s NHL.

Islanders co-owner Jon Ledecky hopes Islanders practice facility can be a template for a new arena in Belmont.

David Perron made history as he took the first penalty shot for the Vegas Golden Knights.

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