Hockey Headlines: Hall-of-Famer Passes Away; Winnipeg Breaks Losing Streak

A collection of stories from around the hockey landscape for Nov. 19, 2015:

Hall-of-Famer Bert Olmstead has passed away. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

Reports suggest Travis Hamonic is on the trade block. [Sportsnet] There are a slew of teams that should be lining up for Hamonic’s services. [Today’s Slapshot]

The Islanders’ attendance in Brooklyn is next to last in the NHL. [Newsday]

The new All-Star Game format is over the top, but should be exciting. [Sports Illustrated] The Metropolitan team should be star-studded. [Broad Street Hockey]

The top 10 NHL ASG Fantasy Hockey Draft moments. [Puck Daddy]

Kevin Bieksa visibly lost a tooth in a fight recently. [For The Win]

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Mark Scheifele (Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports)

The Jets defeated the Canucks to snap their six-game losing streak. [SB Nation] The Jets’ second line had a massive contest. [Arctic Ice Hockey]

The Red Wings lost to the Capitals in overtime after an exciting goaltending showdown. [Winging It In Motown]

Jeff Blashill called his team “average.” [Hockey Buzz]

Thanks to a huge save from Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks defeated the Oilers in OT. [CBS Sports] Marian Hossa won it in the extra period. [Hockey Feed]

Jordan Eberle showed off some crafty stick skills. [The Score]

The Stars added veterans in the offseason and are better for it. [The Salt Lake Tribune]

Antti Niemi had his name misspelled on his jersey. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Inside the man that is Zac Rinaldo. [The Pink Puck]