Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: March 12

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Just like that, the weekend is over and Monday is here again. Lots of exciting games to recap from the past couple of days. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, March 12 from the weekend that was. Today’s stories feature NHL wants the complaining to stop, NHL enters the Esports market, Patrik Laine joins an exclusive club, Reasoning behind Ron Francis’s promotion, Panthers turning into contenders, Vegas turning the hockey world upside down, John Tavares’s future, Devils end Predators winning streak, and Eric Staal living the dream.

Top hockey news for Monday, March 12

Over the weekend, the NHL came out and asked teams and coaches to stop complaining about goalie interference. However, this may not stop members of the media from doing so.

With all the success EA Sports and the NHL are having, the NHL has decided to venture into the ESports world by holding a tournament.

Patrik Laine joins the exclusive 40-goal club and is looking to take the Rocket Richard Trophy from Alex Ovechkin.

There was a crazy turn of events in Carolina last week. With Ron Francis being relieved of his duties as general manager, owner Tom Dundon gives his reason behind it.

Over the past few years, the Florida Panthers are building the right way and turning into true contenders.

Ever since the season started, the Vegas Golden Knights continue to turn the hockey world upside. Vegas set a new expansion record for road victories.

As the Islanders continue to lose, the future of John Tavares is not as certain as it once was.

In one of the best of the weekend, the Devils were able to end the Predators 10-game winning streak in a thrilling and exciting game.

Lost in all the shuffle of Hart Trophy candidates, Eric Staal continues to live the dream by leading the Wild in scoring.

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