Hockey Headlines: Farewell Rexall Place; News on Carey Price

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

It’s been a disappointing year in Colorado. Will Jarome Iginla be back? [Mile High Sticking]

After backing their way into the playoffs, the Minnesota Wild hardly feel confident. [Fox Sports], [Star Tribune]

Should the league do away with conference seeding and just allow the 16 best teams to make the playoffs? [Hockey Wilderness]

How about that James Reimer? [Mercury News]

The Oilers are set to play their final game at Rexall Place. Oh the memories. [Edmonton Journal], [TSN], [The Hockey News]

If John Scott did indeed play his last NHL game, he appreciated every minute of it. [Yahoo Sports], [CBC]

Carey Price’s season is officially over. [The Neutral Zone], [CTV News]. P.K Subban is also done for the year.

Erik Karlsson is having a historic season. [Todays Slapshot]

The Penguins got down 3-0 to the Senators, but it didn’t phase them in the least. [Pens Labyrinth]

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh may not be ready for the start of the playoffs. [NY Post]

Marc Staal is on top of his game. [SNY Rangers]. So is Derek Stepan. [Newsday]

Do the Maple Leafs have a real shot at landing Auston Matthews? [Sportsnet]

And finally, here are some low-lights of the NHL season. [Hockeybuzz]