Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: November 26th

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After a nice weekend of hockey and holiday in the States, Monday is here once again. Lots of news in just the past few days. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, November 26th from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include, Ron Hextall fired, Chicago and Arizona make a trade, Auston Watson’s hat trick, Jets road could cost millions, Ilya Kovalchuk’s Return to the NHL, Golden Knights getting their groove back, Sabres keep winning, Andreas Johnsson first NHL hat trick and Karl Alzner placed on waivers.

Top hockey news for Monday, November 26th

After an embarrassing loss on Saturday, the Flyers decided to fire GM Ron Hextall on Monday.

While you were sleeping, Nick Schmaltz was traded from Chicago to Arizona for Dylan Strome and Brendan Perlini.

Auston Watson is on a tear as his hat-trick gave the Predators their sixth straight home win.

The Winnipeg Jets road trip will cost the team millions thanks to Patrik Laine’s scoring ability.

This is not the Hollywood script Ilya Kovalchuk imagined when he returned to the NHL.

Slowly but surely, the Vegas Golden Knights are finding their groove again.

The best team in the league resides in Buffalo as the Sabres have won nine games in a row.

Andreas Johnsson showed why he was the Calder Cup MVP, recording his first career NHL hat-trick.

After signing a five-year contract with Montreal in 2017, Karl Alzner was placed on waivers.

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