Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – November 3

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It’s finally Friday!! Head into the weekend strong by reading the latest hockey news. Here is the top hockey news for November 3. Today’s stories feature Patrik Laine lacking confidence, St. Louis’s hot start, Perfect 10 for LA, New York finding a groove, Clock is ticking for an Edmonton rookie, and Ottawa’s defensive style leads to success.

Top Hockey News for Wednesday, November 3

It’s still a young season, but the so-called sophomore slump is real for Patrik Laine of the Winnipeg Jets. Laine is lacking confidence and finding it hard to score goals.

While everyone is talking about Los Angeles great start, the hockey should be looking at St. Louis. The Blues are the best team in hockey and it is not even close.

The Los Angeles Kings are the “Perfect 10” of the National Hockey League.

After starting the season so poorly, the Rangers are starting to get back in a New York groove.

Every rookie has a 10-game limit before a year of their entry-level deal gets burn.  That is no different for Kailer Yamamoto whose clock is starting to wind down.

If you thought the Devils trap style was boring hockey, then the Ottawa Senators defensive style should be boring to you as well. In both cases, the boring defensive style is successful.

 

Read More:

NHL Trade Rumors: Edmonton Oilers Looking to Bolster Offense?

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