Another weekend in the books. Lots of exciting action to recap. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, January 21st from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include the first place New York Islanders, Elias Pettersson returns with a bang, Leafs continue to struggle to score, Blackhawks turn back the clock, Tuukka Rask injured, Avalanche offense breaks out, Flames continue to roll, and Vegas continues to win on home ice.
Top hockey news for Monday, January 21st
After a five-game winning streak, the New York Islanders sit in first place in the Metro Division.
The Vancouver Canucks received good news as Elias Pettersson returned to the lineup and his impact was felt right away.
After beating the top team in the league, the Toronto Maple Leafs continue to struggle against lesser opponents.
Chicago turned back the clock against Washington as Toews records a hat trick and Kane adds 2 more.
During a loss against the Rangers, Tuukka Rask was injured suffering a concussion.
After some recent struggles, the Avalanche offense explodes for seven goals against LA.
Another Battle of Alberta, another Flames dominating win over the Oilers.
In a battle of former teammates, it was Marc Andre-Fleury and the Vegas Golden Knights winning again on home ice.