Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day – December 8

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Another Friday is here again. It was a busy Thursday night in the NHL. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, December 8. Today’s stories feature Seattle Expansion process, Hurricanes sold, Adam Henrique’s instant results, Emergency goalie opportunity, Ben Jovejoy’s pledge to science, and an Opportunity for one lucky college player.

Top Hockey News Of The Day – Wednesday, December 8

Now that the city council in Seattle approved arena renovations, the NHL has approved Seattle to begin the expansion process.

During the NHL Board of Governors meeting, Tom Dundon purchased a majority share in the Carolina Hurricanes.

Since the trade to Anaheim, Adam Henrique is providing instant results for the Ducks.

Tyler Stewart, the Blues emergency goalie, gets to the call to be on standby as the backup to Jake Allen Thursday night.

Ben Lovejoy of the New Jersey Devils becomes first active player to donate brain to CTE research.

Saint Michael’s College first-year defenseman Noah Muller has the opportunity of a lifetime. Muller will play for his home country of the Netherlands at the Division II U20 Championships.

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Photo Credit: By Bala from Seattle, USA (Seattle SummersUploaded by X-Weinzar) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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