Hockey Headlines: Latest on the Ducks, Duncan Keith and More

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

The concussion email scandal has cast a bad light on the NHL. [Breitbart]

Duncan Keith has to elected to skip his in-person hearing. [NBC Chicago]. Does Keith have any sort of defence at this point? [Sportsnet]

Travis Hamonic is out for the rest of the regular season. [CBS Sports]

The Blues are set up for now and the future. [STL Sports Society]

Steven Stamkos was none too pleased with the performance his team last night against the Habs. [The Score]

The Anaheim Ducks are facing a plethora of injuries at the wrong time. [Puck Daddy], [USA Today]. But no one will fell sorry for them. The Penguins for example have been rolling without the likes of Malkin, Maatta, Dumoulin and Rust.

First star of the month Sidney Crosby discusses his improved game. [National Post]

Kris Letang has 16 goals and 61 points in 67 games, while pretty much never leaving the ice, and has been a huge part of Pittsburgh’s run to the playoffs. He may not win the Norris, but he deserves a nomination. [Times Online], [Post Gazette]

Jamie Benn has hit 40 goals for the first time in his career. Hart Trophy worthy? [Sports Illustrated]

We already know about the Capitals, but which other teams pose as a threat in the East? [The Hockey News]

The Flyers’ best players are stepping up when it counts. [Along the Boards]

Connor McDavid is once again the rookie of the month. [Cult of Hockey]

The Rangers have struggled in the shots department. [Pro Hockey Talk]

William Nylander is quickly become Toronto’s hope for the future. Can he handle it? [Globe and Mail]

OHL forward Max Jones has been suspended 12 games for an ugly hit on Justin Brack. [Todays Slapshot]

No Canadian teams in the playoffs means less revenue for everyone. [Big Story]

And finally, Justin Bieber has a fan in Stars forward Tyler Seguin. [EPSN]