Lots of entertaining games from over the weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, November 6 from the weekend that was. Featuring stories on Vadim Shipachyov, Edmonton Oilers playoff chances, Brock Boeser, Devils entertaining style, Gordie Howe leaves a lasting impact on son, KHL players not going to the Olympics, NHL’s definition of slashing, Brian Boyle’s focus on hockey, and Rick Tocchet’s impact on the Penguins.
Top hockey news for Monday, November 6
The story involving Vadim Shipachyov has finally come to an end. Shipachyov will retire from the NHL, to go play in Russia full time.
Fans of the Edmonton Oilers are panicking in the streets. While its only November, Edmonton’s playoff chances are closing quickly.
Vancouver Canucks rookie forward Brock Boeser is making an impact every time he is on the ice.
Despite losing to the Calgary Flames in a shootout, the New Jersey Devils are playing an entertaining style of hockey.
Murray Howe describes in his new book how his father Gordie Howe left a lasting impact on his life.
With the Olympics already having no NHL participation, there is a possibility of no KHL participation as well.
As Dave Caldwell of the New York Times lays out, the NHL redefinition of slashing crowded the penalty box.
As Brian Boyle returned to the lineup, his focus is now on hockey not on his disease.
Even with Pittsburgh playing decent hockey, Rick Tocchet’s departure from the Penguins can definitely be felt this season.