Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: January 19

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It’s finally Friday!!! Now that most of the bye weeks are over each night more and more games are being played. Here the top hockey news for Friday, January 19. Today’s stories include Taylor Hall’s heroics, Frederik Anderson’s comments, Eric Lindros Number Retired, Rick Nash’s scoring streak, Kevin Shattenkirk goes down, and the celebration of Willie O’ Ree.

Top Hockey News Of The Day Friday, January 19

The New Jersey Devils won another divisional game. This New Jersey got their win over the Washington Capitals thanks to Taylor Hall’s heroics.

After another tough loss, Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Frederick Andersen calls out his teammates ‘to play better late in games.’

The history between Eric Lindros and the Flyers has been rocky, to say the least. Lindros was center stage as his number was retired Thursday night in Philadelphia.

As the New York Rangers continue to win, Rick Nash continues to light up the score sheet.

While the New York Rangers continue to win, it was not all good news for one player. Defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk will be out indefinitely after undergoing knee surgery.

Willie O’ Ree broke the NHL color barrier 60 years ago. As the NHL continues to celebrate his accomplishments when will be the right time Mr. O’ Ree will go into the Hall of Fame?

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