Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 16th

With the weekend fast approaching us, it’s time to sit back and take our daily spin around the hockey world with today’s top stories. In today’s spin around the NHL, we take a look at where the 32nd NHL team could end up, the latest drama with the Arizona Coyotes, who has the best young players in the NHL and more!

– Many people believe that Seattle will without a doubt be the NHL’s 32nd member city. Not so fast my friends! With an ownership change for the city’s NBA team, Houston has all of a sudden become a viable option for the world’s best hockey league. Apparently, Gary Bettman and Rockets’ ownership recently met too. More from The Sporting News.

– For years hockey fans have grown accustomed to drama with the Arizona Coyotes. Well, we aren’t out of the woods with Coyote drama just yet friends. While this drama doesn’t have to do with relocation, it’s still a pretty interesting and alarming story. According to reports, the Coyotes failed to properly compensate employees and violated a number of laws. More from AZ Central here.

– Who has the best four under 24 players in the NHL? TSN will reveal their list later today. Last season, the Oilers were named the top core, and will certainly be a contender again this season. While you wait for this years rankings, take a look back at last year’s rankings from TSN here.

– Some of the NHL’s expected contenders for the Stanley Cup are struggling as we approach American Thanksgiving. How do we fix these playoff contenders? Rob Vollman of ESPN tries his hand at that task here.

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