Sunday November 1st 2015 – Saturday November 7th 2015
Here is this week’s top NHL news. This post is just meant to be a convenient way for some people out there who are busy during the week and need a nice condensed list of what has happened in the NHL each week. All headlines are linked to articles with further detail. Please let me know if there is any errors/anything that you think I should add to this list and I will fix it/deem if it is worthy.
Injury Report: http://www.rotoworld.com/teams/injuries/nhl/all/
Trade Report: http://www.tsn.ca/tradecentre
Suspensions Report: http://www.nhl.com/ice/newsindex.htm?location=/news/playersafety&view=headline
Sunday November 1st:
Monday November 2nd:
- Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone has been suspended for two games for an illegal check to the head of Detroit Red Wings forward Landon Ferraro.
- Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand, St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen, and Edmonton Oilers forward Taylor Hall named NHL’s Three Stars of the Week.
- Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn, Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price, and Boston Bruins Forward David Krejci named NHL’s Three Stars of the Month.
- Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid named NHL Rookie of the Month for October.
- Jake Virtanen of the Vancouver Canucks scores his first career NHL goal.
Tuesday November 3rd:
- Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock to coach Team Canada at 2016 World Cup.
- Boston Bruins forward Chris Kelly breaks his left femur, will be out 6 to 8 months.
- Connor McDavid is injured with a broken clavicle, expected to miss three to four months.
Wednesday November 4th:
- Ryan Reaves of the St. Louis Blues has been fined $3,024.19, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for roughing on Los Angeles’ Anze Kopitar.
Thursday November 5th:
Friday November 6th:
- Montreal Canadiens unveil 2016 Winter Classic Jersey.
- Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis has been sent to the hospital as a precaution due to his ongoing battle with blood clots. (Tests came back negative)
Saturday November 7th:
- Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu inducted into the Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame.
- Vancouver Canucks goalie Ryan Miller starts first game in Buffalo since he was traded from the Buffalo Sabres.
- Long time Hockey Night in Canada: Coaches Corner hosts Don Cherry and Ron MacLean were added to Canada’s Walk of Fame.
- Alex Ovechkin ties Sergei Federov for the most goals scored by a Russian born player with 483 goals.
- At 10 wins and 3 losses, the Washington Capitals have their best start in franchise history.
Thanks for reading this week’s NHL Weekly Summary! I will be trying to post these weekly on Mondays by noon, so keep checking in!
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