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NYHN Daily: Brovember Begins, Jack Eichel & Is a Trade Brewing in Toronto?



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Brock Nelson is hot and only getting hotter since the end of October and the beginning of November for the New York Islanders. Is this the start of Brovember? The reactions continued to pour in after the blockbuster Jack Eichel trade and the rumor mill is churning in Toronto.

All this and more in today’s NYHN Daily.

A change in lines has helped Brock Nelson, along with Anthony Beauvillier and the New York Islanders’ second line. The four-goal performance Brock Nelson had on Thursday night along with Beauvillier’s three-point night that same game is a sign of the turnaround both have had after a rocky start to the season. (NYI Hockey Now)

The Jack Eichel trade has remained a hot topic around the NHL since the Vegas Golden Knights and the Buffalo Sabres pulled off the deal. Could this be a match made in heaven though with Eichel now on the Vegas Strip? (CBS Sports)

With the dust beginning to settle from the deal. Who were the big winners and losers from the trade? (ESPN+)

The trade winds are starting to blow in Toronto. Travis Dermott and Justin Holl may both be on the trade block as part of potential changes to the Toronto Maple Leafs blue line. (Toronto Hockey Now

The Boston Bruins have beaten the Florida Panthers and Detroit Red Wings in back-to-back wins and more good news appears to be coming down the line. Nick Foligno returned to practice on Friday. (Boston Hockey Now)

Anthony Duclair has been a big part of the Florida Panthers success this season. Finding a place where he feels belongs has helped elevate his game. (Florida Hockey Now)

COVID-19 hasn’t stopped Tom Sullivan from helping to shape the Pittsburgh Penguins success. He was still helping out virtually during Thursday’s win. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

William Eklund felt that he should have stayed in the NHL. The San Jose Sharks didn’t seem to agree. (SJ Hockey Now)

Pius Suter is the Detroit Red Wings best option to center the top line right now, writes Kevin Allen. (Detroit Hockey Now)

A string of injuries for the Washington Capitals has created a whirlwind week and a big oppertunity for Aliaksei Protas. (Washington Hockey Now)

The Montreal Canadiens are a step closer to seeing the return of Carey Price. (Montreal Hockey Now)