Halfway through another week as the trade deadline inches closer. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, February 20th. Today’s stories include Matt Duchene to sit, Sharks DeBoer gets a phone call, Don Cherry amused, Blues set a franchise record, Ducks starting to win again, Devils celebrate 90s night, Canadiens snap skid, and Jaromir Jagr returns to game action
Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: February 20th
As trade deadline approaches, the Ottawa Senators will hold Matt Duchene out of the lineup until the team trades him.
Sharks head coach Pete DeBoer received a call from the NHL he predicted he would.
After his rant on Saturday, Don Cherry is amused by ‘Canes “Bunch of Jerks” shirts, but still against the celebrations.
The Blues continue to roll as the team wins a franchise record 11th straight game.
Under new head coach Bob Murray, the Ducks have won three of four games.
Despite losing to the Penguins, the Devils celebrated 90s night with Seinfeld star David Puddy was in the house.
Even with the team’s recent struggles, the Canadiens found a way to win over the struggling Blue Jackets.
After a year-long absence, Jaromir Jagr returned to the lineup for his Czech team.