Hockey Headlines: Latest on the Blue Jackets, Tortorella, Duncan Keith and More

A collection of news, rumors and happenings from around the world of hockey:

Another loss for the Blue Jackets. [Sportsnet]

John Tortorella isn’t on any teams radar just yet. [TSN]. UPDATE: He’s just been hired in Columbus. [The Score]

The Canucks will receive a draft pick as compensation. [Canucks Army]

Sidney Crosby looked like his old dominant self scoring his first points of the season. [Eye on Hockey], [Today’s Slap Shot]

The Montreal Canadiens won again to go 7-0 on the season. [The Gazette]

Alex Ovechkin’s goal against the Flames was the 900th point of his career. [Washington Post]

Bob Hartley is looking for one of his goalies to take the reins. [The Hockey News]

Tanner Glass has been placed on waivers by the Rangers. [Blueshirt Banter]

Curtis Glencross has announced his retirement. [NBC Sports]

The Blackhawks will be without Duncan Keith for the next 4-6 weeks. [Globe and Mail], [Second City Hockey]

There won’t be any delays with the Stanley Cup this season. [ESPN]

And finally, this was a pretty nice play by Evgeny Kuznetsov. [SB Nation]