Hockey Headlines: News on the Oilers, Flyers and More

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

Dennis Wideman was injured last night and it’s potentially serious. [ESPN]

Jack Johnson’s season is over. [Fox Sports]

It’s the year of the offensive defenceman once again. [CBS Sports]

Robin Lehner wanted to fight Ben Scrivens, who chose not to oblige. [The Hockey News]

Is Alain Vigneault’s coaching decisions hurting the Rangers? [Today’s Slapshot]

The Penguins lack of finish is forcing them to tough out wins in close games. [NBC Sports]

On NHL expansion: [The All Rounder]

The Red Wings suffered a tough loss against the suddenly surging Flyers. [Sports Rants]. Is Detroit’s playoff streak really in jeopardy? [Yahoo Sports]

And just like that, Philly is in a playoff spot. [Broad Street Hockey]

These teams have some salary cap headaches ahead. [Last Word on Sports]. Have the Blackhawks found a loophole? [TSN]

The Senators are not giving up. [Ottawa Citizen]

Edmonton’s power play was on fire against the Blues. [Copper N Blue]

Should the Oilers hang onto Adam Pardy? [Oilers Nation]. Trade Taylor Hall? [Oil on Whyte]

And finally, Martin Marincin hasn’t been terrible as a member of the Maple Leafs. [Globe and Mail]