Happy Friday!!! What a night it was last night in the NHL. Even more great action tonight. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, December 14th. Today’s stories include Andrei Vasilevskiy steals the show, Minnesota roll again at home, Buffalo starting a new winning streak, Nashville returning to full health, Taylor Hall a game-time decision, Winnipeg doesn’t lose at home, and Columbus finds a way to win a game.
Top hockey news for Friday, December 14th
What a return for Andrei Vasilevskiy as he steals the show as the Lightning defeat the Maple Leafs.
With an important homestand ahead of them, Minnesota gets another key home win to keep pace with teams in the Central Division.
After ending their five-game losing streak, the Buffalo Sabres are starting a new winning streak.
As the Nashville Predators return to full strength, the team continues to find a way to win hockey games.
When the New Jersey Devils take on the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday, the team may be without Taylor Hall. He will be a game-time decision as he deals with a lower-body injury.
Winnipeg continues to fly high as the Jets are unbeatable on home ice.
After a tough stretch of games, the Columbus Blue Jackets bounce back with a victory.