Hockey Headlines: Injury News on Carey Price and Evgeni Malkin

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

What’s the real problem with the Jets? [Winnipeg Free Press]

The Rangers need to make some kind of move to shake things up, while not selling the farm. [NY Post]

Carey Price might have an MCL sprain that may need surgery to heal fully. [Slapshot]. I’m a big baseball fan, specifically of the Toronto Blue Jays. Last year, Jays outfielder Michael Saunders injured his MCL in the preseason. H elected to rehab it instead of getting surgery, eventually returned to game action, lasted a couple of weeks, but was too hurt to go on and had the surgery that effectively ended his season. Throughout this Price ordeal I couldn’t help but wonder if it was a similar situation. Today’s new information causes me to wonder even further…

Dennis Wideman spoke about his suspension and apologized for the incident that caused it. [ESPN][Deadspin]

Great news that Amanda Kessel is making her return from a concussion. [The Hockey News]

These players could be on the block come trade deadline day. [TSN]. Are the Blues going to make any moves? [KSDK]

Evegni Malkin is injured. The Penguins will never have nice things. [Sportsnet], [Pensburgh]

Which teams legitimately have Stanley Cup aspirations? [Today’s Slap Shot]

Does a new logo mean a new Maple Leafs team? So in other words, one that wins? [Along the Boards]

Mike Babcock has coached a lot of games. [Globe and Mail]

After two games back, the Connor McDavid-led Oilers look like a new team. [Edmonton Journal]

Darnell Nurse is bringing the grit in Edmonton. [Beer League Heroes]

Which goalies are likely to be trade bait this season? [Too Many Men on the Site]

Joel Quenneville wasn’t too happy last night. But his team won anyway. [CBS Sports]

And finally, the Minnesota Wild need another Devan Dubnyk to appear to save their season. [Puck Daddy]