Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day February 9

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Friday is upon us once again. With 10 games on schedule Thursday there was a lot of thrilling and exciting hockey on the ice. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Friday, February 9. Today’s stories feature Sean Monahan chasing history, Canadiens could learn from another NHL team, Kyle Turris Returns to Ottawa, Devils searching for answers, and Winnipeg to stand pat at trade deadline,

Top Hockey News Of The Day Friday, February 9

Sean Monahan is chasing a record for the Flames. Monahan is closing in on most game winning goals in franchise history.

With the New York Rangers coming out and telling their fans they are blowing it up one team could learn from that. The Montreal Canadiens need to take a lesson from the Rangers and be open to a rebuild now.

Kyle Turris returned to Ottawa for the first time since being traded and the Predators came up short in overtime.

After winning three in a row, the New Jersey Devils are searching after losing their second straight.

Chemistry is an important aspect of hockey. For the Winnipeg Jets if it ain’t broke do not fix is the mentality heading into the trade deadline.

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