It was a busy Tuesday night in the NHL, with 10 games on the schedule. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, November 29. Today’s stories feature Flyers Hakstol on the hot seat, Bettman supports Islanders Belmont effort, Panthers Red Hot, Pittsburgh’s goalie troubles, IIHF concerned over Russia status, and Braden Holtby leading with his head.
Top Hockey News Of The Day – Wednesday, November 29
As the Philadelphia Flyers skid hits nine games, fans in Philadelphia are calling for Dave Hakstol to be fired.
With New York Islanders ownership looking to move the team to Belmont Park, they have the support of Commissioner Gary Bettman.
It is hard to win back-to-back games, but the Florida Panthers did just that. Though the Panthers are near the bottom of the standings they are staying red-hot on the road.
Olympic hockey is already missing the best players from the best league in the world, could second best league follow. The IIHF is making it clear they Russian players at the Olympics.
As the Washington Capitals continue to win and climb up the standings, the team has Braden Holtby to thank.