Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: December 4

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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 4 from the weekend that was. Today’s stories feature Mark Scheifele’s hockey passion, Rangers have fun outdoors, Scott Wedgewood’s Revenge Tour, Tristan Jarry stellar start, Derek Dorsett’s career is over, an interesting stat about the Montreal Canadiens, Mike Keenan’s legacy, and Marc Andre Fleury’s return to action.

Top hockey news for Monday, December 4

Every player says they live, breathe, and sleep hockey. For Mark Scheifele his passion for hockey is not just being a student, it is being a fan too.

Hockey players are not always serious, they are allowed to have fun too. On Saturday, the New York Rangers held a Winter Classic practice in Central Park for the fans.

It was the battle of the backups in Arizona on Saturday night. Scott Wedgewood proved to his former team, he is doing just fine without them.

With Matt Murray out of action for several weeks, Tristan Jarry is showing he can carry the load in Pittsburgh.

Derek Dorsett was having a career season. Now Dorsett has to retire because of a severe neck injury, and he has been such a pro about it too.

22 years after the Detroit Red Wings embarrassed Patrick Roy and the Montreal Canadiens, Montreal returned the favor.

Now that Mike Keenan coaching career is over, ESPN debates whether or not he is a Hall of Famer.

Marc-Andre Fleury is getting closer to returning to action for the Golden Knights as he passed his concussion protocol.

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Photo Credit: By Robert Kowal (Flickr: Henrik Lundqvist) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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