Hockey Headlines: News on Drouin, Kovalchuk and More

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

If the Oilers decide to trade their draft pick, what should they expect in return? [Beer League Heroes]. What will it cost to acquire a top defenceman? [BLH]

Jonathan Drouin is trying to work his way back into the Lightnings’ good graces. This isn’t the best way to go about it. [The Hockey News]

Jets defenceman Tyler Myers is done for the season due a knee and hip injury. [Kukla’s Korner]

Ilya Kovalchuk might be headed to China. [Yahoo]

Does Erik Karlsson need to focus on the defensive side of his game a little more? [Todays Slapshot]

A game against the Senators was just what the doctor ordered for the Islanders. [Empire Writes Back]

Hall of Famer Guy Lafleur puts his finger on the Habs troubles. [NBC Sports]

The Blackhawks have suspended prospect Garret Ross. [USA Today]

Which teams are most efficient on the forecheck? [Sportsnet]

Quebec City won’t allow a weak Canadian dollar to keep them from getting a franchise. [CBC]

Should the Dallas Stars want to finish in first place? [Defending Big D]

Thomas Vanek is back in the lineup as the Minnesota Wild continue their playoff push. [Star Tribune]

Dan Girardi’s struggles are hurting the Rangers. [TSN]

And finally, see how rookie Shayne Gostisbehere celebrated national puppy day. [Lets Go Flyers]