Tonight will also be Ron Hainsey’s 1,000th NHL game, so sit back and be ready for a ceremony to kick the night off, and a presentation of a silver stick and probably some kind of fancy $2,000 watch.
There’s no confirmation yet on whether or not Travis Dermott will be back for tonight’s game, but it sounds like he won’t play.
I hope you and your little ones had a fun and spooky night last night. Feel free to throw costume pics in the comments!
Here’s what we wrote about yesterday.
The Toronto Maple Leafs Are Good And I’m Still Pissed Off - Fulemin
Working through some hockey frustration.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: USA still Four Nations Cup favourites - nafio and Annie
Four Nations Cup approaches, Nova Scotia hosting Worlds 2020, and streaming hockey from Australia.
Wednesday was a quiet day for the NHL, with only one game scheduled which was played between the Canucks and Blackhawks. The NHL likely thought at the time of scheduling the World Series may still be in progress, so they kept the schedule light. The Canucks won that game by the way, with help from noted Fulemin-favourite Jake Virtanen. The Canucks now sit at the top of the Pacific division standings. I bet you didn’t see that one coming.
Ian Scott named WHL Vaughn Goaltender of the Month – WHL Network
[Auto-play video warning] Ian Scott has an incredible 13-1-0-0 record with the Raiders.
Hard to be Gritty - Broad Street Hockey
A funny look back into Gritty’s last week and some interesting naming rights.
Quick Undergoes Knee Surgery, Out Indefinitely - Jewels From The Crown
More bad news for the Kings, as Jonathan Quick has been ruled out after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus.
Komarov Clicking In Islanders Room - NHL.com
Islanders embracing Leo Komarov and his unique, funny personality in the locker room.