Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: November 2nd

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Happy Friday! The end of the week is here. Lots of great hockey action this weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, November 2nd. Today’s stories include Patrik Laine’s home cooking, Two best teams in the NHL clash, Flyers loving the California Sun, a rookie gets his first two NHL goals, Islanders earn a second straight win, Flames/Avs explode for offense, Devils suffer another tough loss, and the Rangers putting wins together.

Top hockey news for Friday, November 2nd

All Patrik Laine needed was some home cooking. Laine recorded a hat trick in a win over Florida in front of his home fans.

In a clash between the two best teams in the NHL, Nashville ends up edging Tampa Bay.

Going to California did the Flyers some good as Philadelphia gets their first winning streak of the season.

Montreal’s young rookie Jesperi Kotkaniemi scores his first two NHL goals as Montreal comeback win.

Even with Evgeni Malkin continuously to produce, Islanders beat the Penguins in back to back games.

In one of the best games of the night, the Flames and Avalanche have an offensive explosion.

New Jersey produces another sloppy effort in a loss to Detroit.

Another team enjoying the California sun is the Rangers as New York notches their second consecutive victory.

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