Hockey Headlines: Latest on Patrick Kane; McDavid Better than Stamkos?

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

They may be a settlement coming in the Patrick Kane case. [Deadspin], [Buffalo News]

Kane’s agent broke his silence on the matter. [ESPN]

The Blackhawks still don’t know if their star will be present at training camp. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Peter Chiarelli will be in charge of the young guns team. For the World Cup of Hockey, not referring to the Oilers. [The Score]

Henrik Lundqvist discusses the future. [Puck Daddy]

Mats Zuccarello says he is fully healthy and ready to go. [Full Tilt NYR]

Will Aaron Ekblad fall victim to the dreaded sophomore slump. [The Puck Exchange]

Hurricanes’ draft pick Noah Hanifin is dealing with an injury. [Cardiac Cane]

If the Ducks’ stars play less, they might produce more. [TSN]

Still no captain in Montreal. [Rabid Habs]

Where will Malcolm Subban play this season? [The Hockey News]

Steven Stamkos feels as though Connor McDavid is better than himself. [NBC Sports]

Trading for Stamkos isn’t a good idea. [Leafs Nation]

Andrew Hammond is ready to focus on stopping pucks, not hamburgers. [Ottawa Sun]

Jakub Voracek is set to donate money for every point he scores. [CBS Sports]

And finally, Duncan Keith misses his buddy Patrick Sharp. [The Score]