Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: November 30th

NHL Pacific Division

It’s Finally Friday. Several games on the schedule for this Friday evening. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, November 30th. Today’s stories include Patrik Laine scores his 100th goal, The most hated man in hockey, Dustin Byfuglien is out with a concussion, Zach Parise “rebirth”, Max Pacioretty getting his scoring touch back, Jonathan Quick returns, and Jack Hughes is the clear number one pick.

Top hockey news for Friday, November 30th

During Winnipeg’s 6-5 win over Chicago, not only did Ehlers get a hat trick, but Patrik Laine recorded his 100th NHL career goal.

The most hated man in hockey may not reside in Boston anymore, he rides in Washington and his name is Tom Wilson.

After leaving Tuesday’s game in bad shape, Winnipeg finally diagnosed Dustin Byfuglien with a concussion.

Having one of the best seasons of his career, Minnesota’s Zach Parise is feeling “Reborn.”

As the Golden Knights continue to win, Max Pacioretty is starting to find his scoring touch again.

Despite Jonathan Quick returning to the lineup,  the Los Angeles Kings fell to the Edmonton Oilers.

Even though the 2019 NHL Entry Draft is months away, Jack Hughes is the clear number one overall pick.

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