Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: November 13

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What a weekend if you were a hockey fan. Lots of exciting and thrilling games. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, November 13 from the weekend that was. Today’s stories feature Lightning sweep California, Miles Wood hattrick propels Devils, Friends for Life Head into Hall of Fame, Maple Leafs win without Matthews, Senators need a new home, Jack Eichel frustrated, Hockey Concussion talk goes quiet, and Matt Gilroy thrives in KHL.

Top hockey news for Monday, November 13

The best team in hockey just keeps on rolling as the Tampa Lightning sweep the very challenging California road trip.

Miles Wood was relentless and resilient as his hattrick propelled the Devils to victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.

Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya forged a friendship that has lasted forever as they enter the Hockey Hall of Fame together.

During the Legends Classic on Sunday, it was like old times as Selanne set up Kariya for a goal.

The Toronto Maple Leafs are not missing a beat. Toronto has not won three games in a row without Auston Matthews in the lineup.

Don Cherry is not the only one that thinks the Ottawa Senators need a new arena. Gary Bettman believes the Senators need a new home now.

Young sensation Jack Eichel of the Buffalo Sabres is frustrated over where his game is and with the constant losing in Buffalo.

As Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne, and others get ready to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame, the talk of concussions has gone quiet.

Former NHLer Matt Gilroy is finding success in the KHL and hopes to be a backbone for the American Olympic team.

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