Hockey Headlines: Ducks, Habs Keep Losing; Panthers Keep Winning

A collection of the latest news from around the world of hockey:

The Florida Panthers are quietly creeping their way up the standings. [Miami Herald]. Tough night for Jagr’s teeth, though. [Fox Sports]

Patrick Sharp had fun scoring against his former team. [The Hockey News]

The Habs lost again. [CTV]. Is it the goalies fault? [National Post]

Zac Rinaldo was injured by a linesman apparently. [Scouting the Refs]

The Minnesota Wild’s alumni jersey is awesome. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Leon Draisaitl’s hard work is paying off. [Oilers Nation]

Taylor is becoming the star and leader that he was pegged to be. [ESPN]

Would the Oilers have released Connor McDavid to play in the World Juniors? [Sportsnet]

Shots fired…

Some world junior predictions. [Today’s Slap Shot]

These teams have been disappointing all season long. [The Hockey Lines]

Another game, another loss for Anaheim. But the Rangers bounced back nicely. [NY Post]

Bruce Boudreau and the Ducks are running out of answers. [Sports Illustrated], [LA Sports Hub]

The Lightning aren’t out of it yet. [Fan Rag Sports]

And finally, Guy Boucher isn’t surprised about the drama surrounding Steven Stamkos. [Sportsnet]