Hello hockey world! As you get ready for tonight’s slate of games, sit back and take a spin around the hockey world with today’s top hockey news of the day. Today’s edition will take a look at ESPN teaming back up with the NHL, the latest on Carey Price, GM’s on the hot seat and more.
Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 14th
– ESPN, which ditched the NHL after the 2004-05 season was lost due to a lockout, is reportedly getting back into the hockey world. After being the TV provider for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey, the network will start to stream games live online in the spring of 2018. The Toronto Star has more here.
– The Montreal Canadiens have dug their way back into the playoff race, and have been doing it without franchise face Carey Price in net. Price was hurt earlier this season, and recently revealed that it was in warm ups against the Minnesota Wild on November 2nd. The Habs’ biggest star claims he’ll be back soon, as per The Sporting News.
– Which GM’s are on the hot-seat already? Which GM’s are safe? Whose seat is lukewarm? Sean McIndoe (aka DownGoesBrown) takes a look at those burning questions for Sportsnet in Canada here.
– Last night, the NHL enshrined the 2017 Hockey Hall of Fame class in Toronto. Naturally, with that in the books, focus turns to next year’s group of inductees. Greg Wyshynski of ESPN believe that Marty Brodeur is a lock, but after him it is open for debate. His look at next year’s potential class is here.
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