Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 15

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Halfway through another week. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, November 15. Today’s stories feature Clarke MacArthur’s health, Devan Dubnyk’s third shutout in a row, Coyotes make history in a bad way, Sidney Crosby breaks a streak, Travis Zajac inching closer, Dale Hawerchuk honored by Jets, and Kevin Shattenkirk finding his groove.

Top Hockey News for Wednesday, November 15

Clarke MacArthur was the feel-good story of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Now his focus is on getting healthy rather than playing this year.

Devan Dubnyk is finding his form again as he has propelled the Wild to their third straight win.

Making history is always a good except if you are the Arizona Coyotes. The Coyotes are on the wrong side of making history to begin this NHL season.

Heading into the night Sidney Crosby had not scored a goal in 11 games. Crosby ended the skid as the Penguins defeat the Sabres.

After having surgery in August to repair a torn pectoral muscle, Travis Zajac will be returning to the Devils lineup against the Maple Leafs on Thursday.

Dale Hawerchuk takes a trip down memory lane as the Winnipeg Jets honor their former captain.

Kevin Shattenkirk is finding his groove as the Rangers continue to win.

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Photo Credit: By Michael Miller (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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