Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: February 11th

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Another weekend in the books as Monday is here again. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, February 11th from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Randy Carlyle fired, Blackhawks win 7th game in a row, Blues winning streak up to six, Canadiens pull off minor trade, Carter Hart ties Flyers rookie record, Artemi Panarin to test free agent waters, and Peter Forsberg enters player agent business.

Top Hockey News for Monday, February 11th

The misery in Anaheim is over, as GM Bob Murray fired Randy Carlyle and took over interim coaching duties.

The Blackhawks are inching closer to a playoff spot as Chicago won its seventh straight game in a row.

Another in the mix is St. Louis as Vladimir Tarasenko records a hat trick as the Blues win their sixth straight.

Looking to add depth, Montreal recorded a minor trade with Philadelphia.

Looking to rebound after a tough loss, Carter Hart ties a rookie record as the Flyers roll over the Ducks.

With Columbus still in the thick of things. Artemi Panarin says he will test the free agency waters.

Joining a long list of former players, Peter Forsberg is now a player agent.

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