Hockey Headlines: Canadiens on Brink of NHL History

Here are your hockey headlines for the weekend of Oct. 24, 2015:

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The Canadiens won their ninth straight game to open the season. They are embarking on NHL history. [SB Nation] We have learned dominant hockey from the Montreal team. [SportsNet]

The Blue Jackets won their first game on Saturday. [Puck Daddy] Some postgame thoughts on the Jackets’ first victory. [Jackets Cannon]

Blues’ forward Jaden Schwartz will be sidelined for some time with an injury. [Bleacher Report] On Saturday, the Blues lost to the Islanders in overtime. [STL Today]

Jonathan Toews scored a highlight-reel, OT winner on Saturday. [CBS Sports]

Phil Kessel
Phil Kessel (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports)

Phil Kessel also tallied an important OT goal. [The Score]

Nick Bjugstad helped the Panthers defeat the Stars, 6-2. [Beaumont Enterprise] The Stars’ winning streak came to a close. [Defending Big D]

The Red Wings had to fight for their win over the Canucks. [Hockey Buzz]

The Devils beat the Sabres’ in rookie Linus Ullmark’s debut. [Washington Post]

The Bruins have revealed their Winter Classic jersey. [Hockey Feed]

Who’s the highest paid in the NHL? [Business Insider]

There’s a lot shining on Brent Seabrook right now. [Today’s Slapshot]