Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: March 15th

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Happy Friday!!! Another week in the books. Lots of playoff races falling into place. Here is the top hockey news for Friday, March 15th. Today’s stories include Ben Bishop shutout streak, Top three in the Metro, Jets tame the Bruins, Blues take another bad loss, Coyotes win again, Chris Kreider fined for elbow, and Predators get a much needed win.

Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: March 15th

Shortly after setting a new shutout record for Dallas, Ben Bishop leaves the game with an injury as Dallas defeats Minnesota.

Washington maintains their lead in the Metro with win over Philadelphia.

Islanders keep pace with Washington as Anders Lee nets late winner in win over Montreal.

Trying to secure the third spot in the Metro, Pittsburgh cruises to win over Buffalo.

Winnipeg picks up a much needed victory over the Bruins on home ice.

St. Louis is falling back into the mess in the West as the Blues suffer another bad loss.

Things are certainly looking up for Arizona, as the Coyotes continue to win inching closer to securing a playoff spot.

The NHL Department of Player Safety is facing some backlash for only issuing a fine as Chris Kreider elbowed Elias Petterson in the head.

For the first time in three weeks, the Nashville Predators picked up a regulation win over the Kings.

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