Another weekend in the books as Monday is here again!! Lots of action on and off the ice. Here is the top hockey news from the weekend that was for Monday, October 29th. Today’s stories include Auston Matthews injured, NHL and sports gambling, Penguins rolling, New Jersey back on track, Sebastian Aho tied Caroline franchise record, St. Louis answers coaches bell, Matt Duchene scores twice in return to Colorado, Canucks Alex Edler injured, and Kings place Jonathan Quick back on IR.
Top hockey news for Monday, October 29th
Though the Maple Leafs won on Saturday, Toronto will be without the services of Auston Matthews for a minimum of 4 weeks.
After years of opposition, the NHL is venturing into sports gambling as Commissioner Bettman announces a new partnership with MGM.
For the first time since 2007 the Pittsburgh Penguins sweep their Western Canada road trip.
New Jersey ended their three-game losing streak as the top line leads the Devils past Florida.
The young phenom for Carolina Sebastian Aho tied Ron Francis’s club record in a loss to the Islanders.
After head coach Mike Yeo calls himself out, the Blues turn in a great performance by routing Chicago.
In his return to Colorado, Matt Duchene scores twice and receives a great ovation from the crowd.
After being injured last Wednesday, Alex Edler will be out three to six weeks because of an MCL Sprain.
For the second time this season, the Los Angeles Kings placed Jonathan Quick on IR.
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