Hockey Headlines: Price Injured; Ovechkin Approaches Another Record

Here is the news grabbing headlines around the NHL and the hockey world:

Mike Condon won his fourth consecutive start for the Canadiens on Sunday. [CTV Winnipeg] Condon played because Carey Price will be sidelined for about a week. [CBC]

Movember is back around the NHL. [Toronto 640]

Reports suggest Patrick Kane will not be charged. [Pro Hockey Talk]

Alex Ovechkin is close to becoming the highest goal scoring Russian in NHL history. [The Washington Post]

Frederik Andersen recorded his first win of the season. [The Score] The Ducks capitalized on their chances, the Predators did not. [On The Forecheck]

The Bruins continued their tear through the league in Florida. [The Pink Puck]

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Referees need to be taken out of the equation in coach’s challenges. [Puck Daddy]

The biggest bargains in the NHL in the first month of the season. [Bleacher Report]

Despite a few victories, the Blues have noticeably missed Kevin Shattenkirk. [Today’s Slapshot]

Here’s what to take away from the Senators’ first 10 games. [Hockey Buzz]

Phil Kessel was not greeted warmly in Toronto upon his return this weekend. [Edmonton Journal]

Michael Frolik scored his first goal as a member of the Flames. [Hockey Feed]

Here are some updates on some top Leafs prospects. [Pension Plan Puppets]