With training camps about to get underway tomorrow, the news around the hockey world is hot and heavy. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, September 12th. Today’s include Steve Yzerman steps down, Max Pacioretty signs an extension, Hockey is back in Humboldt, Patrik Laine eyes 50 goals, Message from Ottawa Senators owner, Erik Karlsson’s future still in limbo, and Tyler Seguin closing in on an extension.
Top hockey news for Wednesday, September 12th
With the season beginning shortly, Steve Yzerman is stepping down as GM of the Lightning.
After being traded to Vegas on Monday, Max Pacioretty signs a four-year contract extension.
Tonight is a special night in Humboldt as the Broncos take to the ice for the first time since the horrific crash.
After putting a stellar season together last year, Patrik Laine is eyeing a 50-goal season.
Senators Owner Eugene Melnyk released a video promising his fan that the team is looking to rebuild and bounce back after a horrible season.
Staying on the Senators for a moment, the future of their captain Erik Karlsson remains an unknown.
Contract talks between Tyler Seguin and the Dallas Stars are heating up with camp approaching.