Hockey Headlines: News on Carey Price, Jonathan Drouin, and More

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

Congrats to Jarome Iginla for scoring his 600th NHL goal. [National Post]

Jon Cooper is saying the right things regarding Jonathan Drouin. [The Score]

Brett Connolly also spoke about his former Lightning teammate. [Big Bad Blog]

Team USA’s road to gold has come to an end. [Sports Illustrated]

It’s a shame Ron Wilson will go back to being irrelevant after tomorrow. [Buzzing the Net]

Discussing the fallout of William Nylander’s injury. [Along the Boards]

Carey Price is getting better but he hasn’t resumed skating. [NBC Sports], [Rabid Habs]

Should the Blues fire Ken Hitchcock? [Buzz Blog]

Johnny Boychuk is on the shelf for the next six weeks. Not good news for the Islanders. [Today’s Slap Shot]

The Oilers need to go with the three-center model. [Edmonton Sun]

Connor McDavid has been taking face-offs. Is he return almost upon us? [Oil on Whyte]

The relationship between analytics, leadership, intangibles and what they all mean. [Cult of Hockey]

It shouldn’t have taken fancy stats to know that David Clarkson wasn’t worth his contract. [Bleacher Report]

Could Mike Babcock finally be in line to win the coach of the year award? [Globe and Mail]

Richard Panik is headed to the NHL after being traded. [Too Many Men on the Site]

The rats are back in Florida. [The Hockey News]

Sidney Crosby has been playing better. This is why: [Fan Rag Sports]

Defence will be key to the Ducks success. [LA Times]

And finally, it wasn’t the best of nights for Daniel Sedin. [CBS Sports]