Halfway through another work week. Hockey is in full swing. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, October 24th. Today’s stories include two goals of the year candidates, San Jose passed a major test, Islanders move a game to Nassau Coliseum, NHL to address goalie concerns, Carey Price ties Patrick Roy, Brandon Saad leads Blackhawks to victory, and Los Angeles’s frustration continues.
Top hockey news for Wednesday, October 24th
Tuesday night saw two amazing highlight reel goals that could be considered goals of the year.
First, in Ottawa, Brad Marchand with some amazing hands to assist on David Pastrnak’s goal
Then later in the night in Edmonton, Sidney Crosby showed why he is still the best player in the NHL.
In one of the big games of the night, San Jose passed a major test with a win over Nashville.
When John Tavares returns to Long Island, he will be playing in Nassau Coliseum instead of Barclays Center.
What started as one complaint has turned into a major concern as the NHL will address the smaller chest protectors for goalies.
Montreal’s surprise start continues with a win over Calgary as Carey Price ties Patrick Roy on Montreal’s wins list.
There is something in the air in Chicago. Brandon Saad scores twice as the Hawks winning ways continue.
After another loss in a tough Western Conference, the Kings frustration is starting to boiling over.