Hockey Headlines: Penguins/Blackhawks Trade; Stamkos News

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

Historic streak or not, no one has forgotten Patrick Kane’s off-ice controversy. [ESPN], [PPP]

A very fortunate bounce allowed Kane to keep his points streak going. [The Hockey News]

Is Steven Stamkos on his way out of Tampa? [Globe and Mail], [Toronto Star]

Jonathan Bernier is back up with the Maple Leafs.[CBS Sports]. But his return will most definitely be overshadowed by the presence of Stamkos. [Tampa Tribune]

It may have been too late, but the Penguins made the correct move firing Mike Johnston. [NHL], [Post Gazette]. He wasn’t the right guy for the job. [Pens Labyrinth], [THN]

New Pens head coach Mike Sullivan lost his first game behind the bench. [ABC News]. Will he be able to make a difference in Pittsburgh? [The National]

Jim Rutherford was miraculously able to trade Rob Scuderi, who really isn’t good. [Sportsnet]

Jonathan Toews is lauded as the games great leader, but is he overrated in other aspects? [Bleacher Report]

The Oilers have now won six games in a row. Is this team really for real? [Edmonton Journal]

Is the Nurse/Sekera pairing a bad idea? [Cult of Hockey]

How should we be evaluating players? [TSN]

Ryan Getzlaf knows he hasn’t been good. [OC Register]

Nate Thompson has been suspended for three games. [Puck Daddy]

Is Drew Doughty a front-runner for the Norris Trophy? [LA Times]

And finally, Cory Schneider has quietly been the Devils MVP. [The Score]