Hockey Headlines: Season Over for Carey Price?

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

Disappointing but not so surprising news out of Montreal. Carey Price is likely to be shut down for the season. [Hockey Inside Out], [THN]

Is David Desharnais a problem or a solution for the Habs? [Montreal Gazette]

Tomas Plekanec is leading the way through a tough time in Montreal. [Along the Boards]

Connor McDavid is really good. He makes Jordan Eberle better too. [Sportsnet], [Copper N Blue]

Laurent Brossoit will get another shot at an NHL start. [Edmonton Journal]

R.J Umberger finally scored after a really long time. And his team won the game. So good all around. [Fox Sports]

Steven Stamkos addresses the possibility of waiving his no-trade clause. [TSN]. My prediction? He takes one last run with the Lightning and then signs elsewhere in the offseason. Not Toronto. Unless Tampa wins the Cup. Then we can really discuss the possibility. [TB Times]

The Carolina Hurricanes are surprising many. [Vice Sports]

Ryan Murray has signed a new contract with the Blue Jackets. [The Hockey News]

What to do with Andrew Ladd? [Today’s Slap Shot]

Alex Ovechkin now has the league lead in goals scored. And the Minnesota Wild are really bad. [Star Tribune]

Marty Brodeur discusses his illustrious career. [Players Tribune]

The Rangers are looking poised to make another Cup run. [Full Tilt NYR]

And finally, pretty ugly play by Radko Gudas. [The Score]