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Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: April 26th

0share Share Tweet Flipboard Reddit Comment EmailHappy Friday!! Another week in the books. The Second Round has begun. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Friday, April 26th. Today’s stories include Charlie Coyle shines in Bruins Win, Tarasenko and Binnington lead Blues to Victory, Mike Babcock’s future uncertain in Toronto, NHL apologizes […]

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Happy Friday!! Another week in the books. The Second Round has begun. Here is the top hockey news of the day for Friday, April 26th. Today’s stories include Charlie Coyle shines in Bruins Win, Tarasenko and Binnington lead Blues to Victory, Mike Babcock’s future uncertain in Toronto, NHL apologizes to Vegas, Zach Hyman’s injury, Changes coming in Nashville, PK Subban’s future, Joe Pavelski out of Game 1, and Nathan MacKinnon looks to build on playoff magic

Top Hockey News for Friday, April 26th

The Second Round is underway as Boston took Game 1 in Overtime thanks to a great performance by Charlie Coyle.

Behind two goals by Vladimir Tarasenko and a brilliant goalie performance by Jordan Binnington, Blues take Game 1.

After another first round exit, Mike Babcock’s is facing an uncertain future.

Days after the loss in Game 7, Golden Knights say NHL apologized for the wrong call.

Toronto forward Zach Hyman played the Boston series with a torn ACL and will miss the start of the 2019-20 season.

On break up day Predators, General Manager David Poile says “Changes Are Coming.”

PK Subban hopes he is part of the solution in Nashville as his name continues to swirl in trade rumors.

Joe Pavelski is still feeling the effects of his injury and is doubtful for Game 1 against Colorado.

As the Avalanche begin the second round, Nathan MacKinnon hopes to Colorado can continue their stellar play.

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