Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: December 11

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Another weekend has come and gone. Lots of action on and off the ice. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, December 11 from the weekend that was. Today’s stories feature Belmont Park renovations, Changes to the Olympic Winter Games, Slow starts plague Pittsburgh, Mathew Barzal can play with the NHL’s best, Steven Stamokos toughest rehab, Taylor Hall’s Growth, and Sean Monahan best season.

Top hockey news for Monday, December 11

Over the weekend, the New York Islanders released plans for a new year-round arena for the Belmont Park area.

For some NHL Stars, the changes to the hockey tournament at the upcoming Winter Olympic Games are hitting home.

Pittsburgh is not playing like the team that won two straight Stanley Cups. Slow starts and sloppy play have plagued the Penguins throughout the season.

Islanders rookie Mathew Barzal is showing night in and night out why he belongs in the NHL.

Lightning forward Steven Stamkos has overcome his toughest rehab to play some of his best hockey in his career.

It took some time, but Taylor Hall has finally found stability in his game to help the Devils prosper.

Sean Monahan of the Calgary Flames, is having one of the best seasons no one is talking about.

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