Tom’s Daily: Vegas Golden Knights drop disappointing 3-1 game to St. Louis; Why Not? featuring Philly’s Scot Laughton; New York Islanders acquire Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac, Florida Panthers and Chicago Blackhawks make five-player deal; Jack Campbell breaks Toronto Maple Leafs record; more.
Here’s our list of the Top Five Players to Avoid at the NHL trade deadline for the Vegas Golden Knights. (VegasHockeyNow)
The Vegas Golden Knights struggled to score despite plenty of chances last night against the St. Louis Blues in a 3-1 loss. Is it time for concern? (VegasHockeyNow)
Today’s Why Not? segment features Philadelphia Flyers forward Scott Laughton. (VegasHockeyNow)
The New York Islanders have struck the first big blow of the NHL trade deadline, acquiring Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac from the New Jersey Devils. (NYIHockeyNow)
The Florida Panthers and Chicago Blackhawks have reached a five-player deal. (TSN)
Jack Campbell, Toronto Maple Leafs record-breaking goaltender. Who saw this coming when Campbell came over in a trade from the LA Kings last year? (Sportsnet)
All these postponements have a ripple effect, and now it looks like the Ontario Hockey League may not play at all this season. (Ottawa Sun)
National Hockey Now
Pittsburgh: For those who like a good scrap, Sam Lafferty and Brendan Smith had a go.
Philly: With the trade deadline three days away, the Philadelphia Flyers need a top-four defenseman now and in the future.
NYI: Ilya Sorokin is on top of his crease this season. His mental game is rock solid.
Colorado: Sources told Adrian Dater that Sampo Ranta and Alex Newhook could make their debuts this weekend.
San Jose: More trade deadline chatter–For the right price, Kevin Lebanc is available.
Boston: Sources say the Boston Bruins could be goalie shopping, too.