Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: November 16th

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Friday is upon us. Hopefully everyone survived the winter storm that hit the East Coast on Thursday. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Friday, November 16th. Today’s stories include Carey Price back on track, Point’s record hat trick, Leafs continue to roll on the road, Wild game in the Battle of New York, Drew Doughty apologizes, Injuries piling up for Nashville, Morrissey avoids suspension, and Joey Anderson nets first NHL goal.

Top hockey news for Friday, November 16th

After sitting for the past couple of games, Carey Price returned to form leading Montreal past Calgary.

It was a record night in Pittsburgh as Tampa Bay’s Brayden Point recorded a hat trick in 91 seconds.

Behind two goals from Kasperi Kapanen Toronto continues their dominance on the road.

What a wild game between the Islander and Rangers as Anthony Beauvillier records a hat trick.

With the Kings playing so poorly, Drew Doughty apologized to the fans for the team’s embarrassing play.

Even though Nashville is the best team in the league, the Predators will be dealing with several key injuries.

Winnipeg Jets defenseman Josh Morrissey will avoid suspension for his hit on Capitals forward TJ Oshie.

New Jersey Devils forward records his first NHL career goal as it proved to be the game winner.

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