Hockey News: Dan Boyle Update; Leafs Win Again

Thankfully, Dan Boyle is feeling okay and should be headed back to San Jose soon. [TSN]

Meanwhile, the Sharks are none too pleased over Max Lapierre’s hit and actions in last night’s game. [Puck Daddy] and [NESN]

(Photo by Vu Ching).

(Photo by Vu Ching).

But seriously, what was Lapierre thinking? [Globe and Mail]

Patrick Kaleta was just called to the carpet for his own questionable hit on Jack Johnson. [The Hockey News]

Rejoice in Sabre land, they won a game! [NHL.com]

Despite the win, Buffalo GM Darcy Regier isn’t out of the woods. [Bleacher Report]

Should the Sabres have acknowledged the return of Jason Pominville? [Sabre Noise]

Don’t look now, but the Toronto Maple Leafs have the best record in the NHL. [Toronto Star]

The Leafs have a big decision to make regarding their outstanding rookie Morgan Rielly. [National Post]

Is Marty St. Louis injured? [Pro Hockey Talk]

Martin St. Louis

Martin St. Louis (Icon SMI)

Nail Yakupov wasn’t happy about being benched. He also doesn’t like to skate a lot or hit or do much of anything. [Edmonton Journal]

Will the Oilers make a goaltending change to help them be less terrible? [Copper and Blue]

Patrick Roy ties a record with some other coach he used to know. [ESPN]

Matt Duchene doesn’t get a ton of attention but he deserves a lot more. [Yahoo Sports]

Evidently Claude Giroux can’t handle being the best player in the world. (Side note: he never was) [CSN Philly]

In news that isn’t so surprising but still unfortunate, Chris Pronger will never play again. [Canoe]

And finally, don’t fret Rangers fans. Things will get better. [USA Today]

Marcy Di Michele

Marcy Di Michele

A hockey player, and huge sports fan, Marcy has worked as a Sports Journalist for the esteemed online magazine Suite 101 in addition to being a Writer and Editor at the Hockey Writers. She also writes for the hockey news site Two Pad Stack.
Marcy Di Michele
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