Hockey season is right around the corner now. Prospect tournaments are well underway and training camps begin the end of the week. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, September 10th from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Max Pacioretty finally traded, Devils prospects taking steps forward, Tyler Parsons expects a big year in Calgary, Drew Stafford gets PTO, Josh Ho-Sang’s clean slate, The future dynamic duo in Vancouver, and Andrew MacDonald injured.
Top hockey news for Monday, September 10th
The saga in Montreal is finally over. Early this morning the Canadiens traded Max Pacioretty to the Vegas Golden Knights.
With prospect tournaments underway, the New Jersey Devils prospects are taking steps forward to get a longer look when training camp starts.
The Calgary Flames are expecting big things between the pipes from Tyler Parsons.
Drew Stafford is getting another shot with the New Jersey Devils on another PTO.
After two disappointing seasons and issues with management, Josh Ho-Sang is looking for a clean slate with the Islanders.
The future is bright in Vancouver with the dynamic connection of Elias Pettersen and Jonathan Dahlen.
During the off-season, Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Andrew MacDonald suffered a lower-body injury and will be out six weeks.