Hockey Headlines: Aleksander Barkov, Michal Neuvirth Placed on IR

Here is your hockey news for Monday, Oct. 26:

Aleksander Barkov is out with a broken hand. [KSPR 33] The Panthers will need to find scoring throughout the lineup to replace Barkov. [Sun Sentinel]

Barkov’s injury could see Jaromir Jagr shift to center. [NBC Sports]

Michal Neuvirth was placed on injury reserve, keeping him out until Thursday. [CSN Philly]

Devan Dubnyk has admitted that he is playing through a knee injury, but playing on it won’t make it any worse. [The Score]

Beau Bennett has admitted that he injured himself while celebrating a goal. [Hockey Feed]

Jonathan Quick made a game-saving stop on Connor McDavid in the waning seconds of Sunday’s Edmonton – Los Angeles tilt. [CBS Sports]

Dustin Byfuglien, Bruins, Winnipeg Jets
Dustin Byfuglien (Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports)

Should Dustin Byfuglien be suspended for his hit on Jason Pominville? [My NHL Trade Rumors]

By not disciplining Zac Rinaldo, the NHL is endangering player safety. [Hockey Buzz]

Antti Raanta posted a big game against the Flames. [Blue Line Station]

Jason Zucker sets the Wild record for fastest goal. []

Six NHL teams that could be doomed by their slow starts to the 2015-16 season. [Globe & Mail]

Sergei Fedorov is looking forward to Alex Ovechkin breaking all of his records for Russians in the NHL. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

The NWHL finally released its rulebook to fans. [Today’s Slapshot] Here’s everything a beginning fan needs to know about the NWHL. [About Sports]

The three stars of the week of the NWHL. [Puck Daddy]