Another weekend in the books. Monday is here again. Lots of thrilling hockey over the weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, January 7th from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Finland wins Gold, Pittsburgh winning streak is over, Kyle Connor is back with a vengeance, Vancouver Canucks gets good news, PK Subban’s homecoming, Mike Peluso files lawsuit, Winnipeg loses another key player, IIHF’s proposal, and Dougie Hamilton on the trade market
Top hockey news for Monday, January 7th
In a thrilling game, Finland scores late to win gold over Team USA at the World Junior.
One streak continues, while another falls as Chicago ends Pittsburgh’s eight-game winning streak. With the win, Chicago extends their winning streak over Pittsburgh to 10 games.
Winnipeg gets a big divisional win over Dallas as Kyle Connor explodes on the score sheet.
Vancouver received some good news as Elias Pettersson only has a sprain MCL in his knee.
PK Subban got some revenge on his old the Montreal Canadiens with a big victory on Saturday night.
Former New Jersey Devil Mike Peluso files a lawsuit against his former team claiming they hid the extent of his head injuries.
During a loss against Pittsburgh, Winnipeg’s Nikolaj Ehlers was injured and will be a few weeks with an upper-body injury.
Falling under the radar was the IIHF’s decision to play on smaller ice at the 2022 Olympics and 2022 World Championships.
With the NHL Trade Deadline coming up, Carolina’s Dougie Hamilton could be on the trading block.
NHL Trade Rumors: Boston Bruins And Brayden Schenn