Another weekend in the books as Monday is here again. Lots of great hockey action over the weekend. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, January 14th from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Alex Tuch’s consistency, the battle of the rookie goaltenders, Islanders pass a big test, Bob Murray issues a statement, a minor trade happens, Frederik Andersen returns to the lineup, Jim Rutherford poised for a big trade, and Snoop Dog entertains.
Top hockey news for Monday, January 14th
Thanks to the consistent play of Alex Tuch, the Vegas Golden Knights continue to win.
In a battle of the rookie goaltenders, it was Mackenzie Blackwood edging out Carter Hart.
The New York Islanders passed a big test defeating the Lightning on Sunday night.
Despite the recent losing streak, Anaheim Ducks GM Bob Murray issued a statement regarding head coach Randy Carlyle
A minor trade occurred between the Ducks and the Stars as Andrew Cogliano and Devin Shore traded places.
Finally healthy, Frederik Andersen will return to the crease Monday night for Toronto against Colorado.
With DeSmith re-signed, Penguins GM Jim Rutherford is poised for a big trade.
LA Kings and huge hockey fan Snoop Dog had some fun during the Kings game Saturday night