Hockey Headlines: Barrie Suspended; Ducks Get First Win

Here is what you may have missed from a wild weekend in the NHL:

The Ducks ended a disastrous scoring slump and beat the Wild 4-1 for their first win of the year. [Star Tribune] Anton Khudobin shined in his first win as a Duck. [ABC News]

Tyson Barrie was suspended three games for an illegal hit. [Coloradoan] Simon Despres, on the receiving end of Barrie’s check, was placed on IR by the Ducks. [Puck Daddy]

The Oilers defeated the Canucks thanks to Lauri Korpikoski’s OT winner. [The Score]

Sharks goalie Martin Jones is setting records. [SportsNet]

The potential owner of the Las Vegas franchise plans to hear news in December. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Defenseman Klas Dahlbeck (Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports)
Defenseman Klas Dahlbeck (Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports)

Anthony Duclair is driving possession for the young Coyotes. []

Brock McGinn scored early in his NHL debut. [Hockey’s Future] McGinn was a standout early in the season for AHL Charlotte before scoring his first goal. [Cardiac Cane]

McGinn is one of many Sabres with NHL siblings. [Buffalo News]

There are five NHL rookies standing out but aren’t in the spotlight. [USA Today]

The Flyers have hit their stride under their new head coach. [Today’s Slapshot]

The Blues overtook first in the Western Conference with a win against the Jets. []

Tarasenko is a superstar — no questions about that. [Rant Sports]

Did the Rangers intentionally shoot the puck into the crowd after losing to the Devils in OT? []