Hockey Headlines: Hall of Fame Weekend Wraps Up; Palmieri Scores in OT

It was a busy weekend in the hockey world. Check out the latest headlines from Hall of Fame weekend.

Nicklas Lidstrom was a generational talent. [TSN] Lidstrom and Sergei Fedorov entered the hall together as teammates. [Toronto Star]

Claude Giroux says that Chris Pronger helped him grow into the player he is today. [CSN Philly] Pronger’s career started with a great beginning in St. Louis. [STL Today]

HHOF weekend sparked a lot of talk of trades that didn’t happen. [ESPN]

Speaking of trades, speculation suggests that Patrick Marleau is on the block. [Today’s Slapshot]

Nikolay Goldobin was sent to the AHL. [Fear The Fin]

Jaromir Jagr is destined for the HHOF (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)
Jaromir Jagr is destined for the HHOF (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

Which current NHL players will be Hall of Famers? [Sportsnet]

Patrick Kane had a four-point night to tie the scoring lead. [The Score]

Kyle Palmieri scored the overtime winner against the Canucks on Sunday. [CBS Sports] Vancouver’s Brandon Prust is not happy with Devils’ tough guy Bobby Farnham. [Sports Illustrated] Adam Larsson was ejected for a head shot. [Hockey Feed]

Ales Hemsky could see discipline for a hit he delivered Sunday. [Defending Big D] Andreas Athanasiou made his Red Wings debut in the same game. [Detroit Free Press]

Frank Vatrano of the Bruins scored his first NHL goal. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

Rick Jeanneret lost his mind during a Jack Eichel goal. [Deadspin]

The Capitals beat the Maple Leafs in a shootout this weekend. [Pension Plan Puppets]

Travis Zajac is red hot in New Jersey. [All About the Jersey]

Maine’s goalie had to serve his own penalty. [Puck Daddy]