Hell hockey world! With American Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’ve officially hit the quarter mark of the NHL season. Time flies, huh? With a full slate of action tonight, the playoff races are starting to heat up and the news cycle in hockey is flying in full force. So, sit back and relax as we spin around the NHL’s news wire.
Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 21st
Today, we’ll take a look at which markets are ripe for expansion, look at the top ten things we aren’t thankful for in hockey and much more.
– So far, so good in Vegas for the NHL. The league’s 31st team has been a complete success both on and of the ice in their inaugural season, and people are already talking about where the 32nd member club could end up. ESPN takes a look at which markets are ripe for a team and which one makes the most sense.
– Thanksgiving is a time to share what we are thankful for, it’s a time for positive thoughts and looking at the good we have in our lives. Naturally, as hockey fans, some of us have to look at the negative, it’s what we do. USA Today puts a creative spin on that, taking a look at the 10 things we aren’t thankful for as hockey fans this Thanksgiving.
– Don’t look now, but the Arizona Coyotes just swept a road trip through eastern Canada, have won three in a row, and are close to jumping the Edmonton Oilers in the standings. Last night, Arizona topped the Toronto Maple Leafs in an upset at the ACC. Full recap from the NHL’s Dave McCarthy is here.
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