Hockey Headlines: News on the Maple Leafs, Oilers and More

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

Christian Ehrhoff has cleared waivers. [NBC Sports]

Does Drew Doughty deserve the Norris trophy this year? [USA Today]

Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville had a case over the disallowed goal. [ESPN]

Is this city set to the host the NHL draft in 2017? [Fox Sports]

Dennis Wideman’s appeal process is a complicated one. [TSN]

Has the league not done enough in celebration of the Maple Leafs 100th season? [Puck Daddy]

Leafs forward Nazem Kadri has been fined for his throat-slash gesture. [Hamilton Spectator]

(And he’s suffering from an injury apparently)

Should Toronto consider trading James Van Riemsdyk? [Today’s Slap Shot]. And how do they handle Morgan Rielly’s next contract? [The Hockey News]

Which players make up the true core in Edmonton? [Beer League Heroes]. Not all of the decisions by the new management team have been positive. [Copper N Blue]

Leon Drasaitl needs to re-capture his early season magic. [Cult of Hockey]

The Oilers and Leafs both face difficult yet different rebuilds. [Sportsnet]

Could Jonathan Drouin be headed to Ottawa? [Trade Rumors]

Sean Couturier’s injury leaves a hole in the Flyers lineup. [Philly]

NBC really likes the NHL. [TV Technology]

The Canadiens are winning again. But should they shut down Carey Price anyway? [Rabid Habs]

And finally, an early preview of hockey’s World Cup. [Too Many Men on the Site]. And projections for Canada’s roster: [ESPN]