The week is flying by as we Wednesday is upon us once again. It was busy Tuesday night in the NHL. Lots of entertaining games to keep fans at the edge of their seat. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Wednesday, February 14. Today’s stories feature a surprising trade, Seattle applies for Expansion, Brian Elliott has surgery, Canada in an unfamiliar position, Scheifele shines against Washington, Hall rallies the Devils, Olympic hockey still a must watch, and Chris Kreider ready to go.
Top Hockey News Of The Day Wednesday, February 14
On Tuesday night, news broke of a surprising trade in the NHL. As the Ottawa Senators sent Dion Phaneuf to Los Angles for Marian Gaborik.
Another major news story that broke in the NHL was that Seattle officially submits an application to be an NHL expansion team.
The Flyers will be without the services of Brian Elliott for the next 5-6 weeks after undergoing surgery.
As the Olympics begin, Canada finds themselves in an unfamiliar position as the Underdog.
While it took three games, Mark Scheifele is back to his old ways of dominating games.
New Jersey is Taylor Hall’s team. Hall rallied the Devils past the Flyers as his leadership was on display.
Even without NHL players going to the Olympics, those not going still believe Olympic hockey is a must watch.
The New York Rangers received some good as Chris Kreider says he is ready to play hockey again.