Hockey is back. With training camps are officially opening, there was a shock to the system on Thursday afternoon. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, September 14th. Today’s stories include Erik Karlsson Trade, Tyler Seguin Re-Signs, Cory Schneider’s injury, Robin Lehner opens up his addiction, Senators lose a player to an injury, Captains named in Arizona and Carolina, New Rules in Toronto, and continuing to grow the game in China.
Top hockey news for Friday, September 14th
Erik Karlsson is now a member of the San Jose Sharks as the saga in Ottawa is now over.
In addition to the Karlsson trade, Tyler Seguin and the Dallas Stars agreed on a new 8-year contract extension.
After having off-season hip surgery, Devils goalie Cory Schneider could miss the start of the season
In a great story in the Athletic, Robin Lehner opens up about his battle with mental health and substance abuse.
Adding to the misery in Ottawa, Jean-Gabriel Pageau could be out long-term after rolling his ankle during physical testing.
Lost in all the news of yesterday was the fact that Justin Williams was named the captain in Carolina. While Oliver Ekman-Larsson was named the captain in Arizona.
Now that Lou Lamoriello has left Toronto, the Maple Leafs are embracing the new rules of Kyle Dubas.
With the NHL playing preseason games in China, one Hall of Famer sees it as an opportunity to grow the game even more.