Hockey Headlines: Oilers Captain; Seabrook Contract; James Neal Speaks

All of the latest news from around the world of hockey: 

James Neal talks about being a goal scorer. [Player’s Tribune]

A penalty shot in 3-on-3 overtime. How about that. [The Hockey News]

The Leafs have signed Brad Boyes to a on-year deal. [PPP]. Don Cherry approves. [Sportsnet]

How will Brent Seabrook’s new deal affect the Blackhawks cap moving forward? [Second City Hockey]

Anton Khudobin will prove to be an important pick-up for the Ducks. [Pucks of a Feather]

Is Anders Nilsson going to push Ben Scrivens out of a job? [Edmonton Journal].

Will the Oilers be naming a new captain before the season starts? [Oil on Whyte]. Taylor Hall may not be the best choice. [Beer League Heroes]

Paul Maurice wasn’t too pleased with the Wild. [Jets Nation]

Todd Ewen’s brain will be donated for concussion research. [The Score]

Are the Habs the next Canadian-based team to win the Cup? [The Star]

Hockey is back in Quebec City. At least for one night. [Trib Live]

It hasn’t been the best of times for Derrick Pouliot in the preseason. [HockeyBuzz]. But Daniel Sprong has been a pleasant surprise. [Post-Gazette]

Remember the rivalry between Crosby and Ovechkin? What happened to that? [Spector’s Hockey]

Sergei Gonchar’s best days are most certainly long gone. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Was Tom Wilson afraid to fight? [CSN]

Using four forwards on a powerplay may not be such a bad idea. [Puck Plus Plus]

And finally, the worst things about the NHL according to this fan: [Pens Initiative]