It’s Finally Friday. Here in Toronto it is Hockey Hall of Fame Weekend. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Friday, November 9th. Today’s stories include Tomas Plekanec to retire, Blackhawks struggles continue, Martin St. Louis glad he took the hard road, Joel Quenneville wants to coach again, Devils get some reinforcement, John Klingberg injured, and Joe Thornton’s 1500th game.
Top hockey news for Friday, November 9th
After being traded from Montreal last season, Tomas Plekanec returned to play for the Canadiens this season. However, after playing in his 1000th game Tomas Plekanec will retire from the NHL after his contract was terminated.
Even without Coach Q behind the bench the Blackhawks still continue to struggle.
With Hockey Hall of Fame weekend finally here, Martin St. Louis is glad he took the long hard journey to get here.
After being let go by Chicago, Joel Quenneville wants to coach again if the situation is right.
Reinforcements are on the way for the struggling New Jersey Devils as Jesper Bratt returns to the lineup.
Even with the Stars picking up the victory vs San Jose, Dallas will be without John Klingberg up to three weeks.
After being selected number one overall by Boston in 1997, Joe Thornton competed in his 1500th game on Thursday.