Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: October 22nd

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Another weekend in the books as Monday is here once again. Lots of great action on the ice over the weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, October 22nd from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Paul Kariya honored, Maple Leafs struggling, Alex Tuch’s new contract, McDavid and Matthews ready to rule, Gabriel Landeskog on tear, post-game press conference fun, Sabres find life on the West Coast, Gut check time for New Jersey, and what is next for the Kings.

Top hockey news for Monday, October 22nd

When you think of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, one person comes immediately to mind. His name is Paul Kariya. On Sunday in a great ceremony Paul Kariya has his number 9 retired.

After another loss on Saturday to St. Louis, the Maple Leafs high powered offense is struggling.

Learning from past mistakes the Vegas Golden Knights signed Alex Tuch to a new seven year contract.

As the NHL heads into its next 100 years, the dynamic duo of Auston Matthews and Connor McDavid are ready to rule the NHL.

The Colorado Avalanche have the best line in hockey and it is proven by Gabriel Landeskog’s hot start to the season.

Maybe Predators coach Peter Laviolette should stop making bets through Western Canada. With his Predators swept games in Alberta Laviolette came out wearing a bull’s head for his post game press conference.

After being blown out in San Jose, the Buffalo Sabres rally to win back to back games in Souther California.

Poor performances in the last two games, it is gut check time for the New Jersey Devils.

Things are not going as planned for the Los Angeles Kings. After a players only meeting what is next for the Kings and can they turn it around?

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