Hockey Headlines: Latest News on Seguin, Wideman and More

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

Andrew Ladd returned to Winnipeg for the first time since being traded. His team won, and he scored a goal. [TSN]

Cam Talbot stood tall in another win for the Oilers. [CBC]. How does the teams’ play differ depending on the game situation? [Copper N Blue]

The Oilers have to take a hard look at their forward group as the offseason approaches. [Edmonton Journal]

Really tough break for Tyler Seguin. [Defending Big D]. Can the Stars overcome in his absence? [Today’s Slapshot]

Already missing Matt Duchene [Sportsnet], the Avalanche will have to continue their fight for a playoff spot without Nathan MacKinnon. [Yahoo]

As if the battle of Pennsylvania needs any more ammunition. [Post Gazette]

Dennis Wideman’s roller-coaster season is officially over. [Matchsticks and Gasoline]

Connor Brown was the latest Maple Leaf to make his debut this season. [Globe and Mail]

Sam Reinhart scored his 20th of the season [Buffalo Hockey Beat], but also felt the brunt of a Dion Phaneuf hit. [The Score]

And finally, the Capitals just keep on rolling. [Fox Sports]