Halfway through another work week. Lots of great hockey action over the past two days. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, November 7th. Today’s stories include Brian Boyle’s special night, Ottawa’s famed Uber ride, Senators rebound nicely, Joel Quenneville fired in Chicago, Martin Brodeur will always be a Devil, Willie O’Ree’s long road to the Hall of Fame, and NHL’s hypocrisy towards sports betting.
Top hockey news for Wednesday, November 7th
It was a great night in Pittsburgh on Monday night. After battling leukemia, on Hockey Fights Cancer, Brian Boyle recorded his first career hat trick.
With everything surrounding the team, the Senators involved in the video rebound nicely in a win over New Jersey.
Another coaching casualty in the NHL. This time Chicago relieved Joel Quenneville of his duties. This move now puts all the pressure on management.
As Martin Brodeur enters the Hockey Hall of Fame this weekend, Brodeur returns back to New Jersey to learn more about the game.
After years of being pushed by fans, Willie O’Ree’s long road to the Hockey Hall of Fame is being realized.
After inking new deals with FanDuel in New Jersey, the NHL has proven once again they are hypocrites when it comes to sports gambling.