Hockey Headlines: Updated News on Carey Price, and More

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

The Penguins are a better team when Phil Kessel scores goals. [Times Online]. True that. [Pensburgh]

Poor Ben Lovejoy. [The Pensblog]

Shane Doan is now the Coyotes all-time leading scorer. [Sportsnet]

Did you know that Connor McDavid grew up cheering for the Maple Leafs? It doesn’t really matter now since he plays for another team. [SB Nation]

Is Justin Schultz a legitimate top-four defenceman? [Cult of Hockey]

The Canadiens refuse to confirm if their star goalie has indeed been shut down for the year. [CBC], [CJAD]

Without Carey Price, do the Habs have any real shot at the postseason? [Hockey Buzz]

P.K Subban’s frustration got him tossed from last night’s game. [The Hockey News]

Hey remember John Scott?

That Mitch Marner kid is pretty good. [Bar Down]

How has Dougie Hamilton fared for the Flames thus far? [Today’s Slap Shot]

Karri Ramo’s injury appears to be serious. [Calgary Herald]

Anze Kopitar is earning that contract. [NBC Sports]

Marian Gaborik was hurt in the Kings game against the Rangers. [Jewels from the Crown]

It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but the Lightning came away with a victory over the Preds. [The Scrum Sports]

And finally, how about these nicknames for the Red Wings? [Along the Boards]