Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: October 31st

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Happy Halloween everyone! The midway point of the week is here. Lots of action on the ice Tuesday night. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, October 31st. Today’s stories include Coyotes win again, Bruins place Charlie McAvoy on injured reserve, Brayden Point’s career night, Rangers spoil Thornton’s return, Penguins honor shooting victims, Predators activate Pekka Rinne, Mike Condon placed on waivers, and Stars get their first road win.

Top hockey news for Wednesday, October 31st

Don’t look now but the Arizona Coyotes are on a winning streak securing their best October since 2013.

Boston received some tough news before their game yesterday as the Bruins placed Charlie McAvoy on injured reserve.

Tampa Bay’s Brayden Point has a career night as the Lightning rout the Devils.

A change of scenery did the Rangers some good as the team spoils the return of the Sharks Joe Thornton.

Prior to the game against the New York Islanders, the Pittsburgh Penguins honored the victims of the synagogue shooting.

The best team in the NHL is getting better as the as the Predators activate goalie Pekka Rinne.

After a rough night in Arizona, Ottawa placed Mike Condon on waivers.

For the first time all season, the Dallas Stars won a game on the road by defeating the Montreal Canadiens.

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