Hockey Headlines: Updates on Carey Price, Subban, Lundqvist and More

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

Henrik Lundqvist wasn’t too happy during last night’s loss to the Penguins. [Bleacher Report]. He was forced to leave the game with hurt feelings- I mean neck spasms. [Sporting News]. (Seriously though, hope he’s not badly injured).

Remember when the Ducks weren’t any good? Yeah me neither. [LA Daily News]

Over in the east, the Lightning just keep on rolling. [Fox Sports]

(So… a rebuild? Kind of? Where do the Sedins fit in?)

Carey Price spoke for the first time in a while. He wouldn’t give any sort of timeline but he plans on making a comeback sometime this season. [Montreal Gazette], [Yahoo]

P.K Subban’s stumble that led to a backbreaking goal against for the Habs last night illustrates the concern over his inclusion on Team Canada. Will the management team decide he’s worth the risk, or go with safer options? [CBC], [National Post]

Devante Smith-Pelly assures everyone that there wasn’t a rift in the Habs room. [Eyes on the Prize]

Tough break for the Jets Nikolaj Ehlers. [Lighthouse Hockey]

Looking at the impact of head injuries. [TSN]

Kris Versteeg is ready for another Stanley Cup run. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Auston Matthews has been more than holding his own in the Swiss league. Can he make Team North America? [Sportsnet]

The Oilers look much improved following the trade deadline. [Edmonton Journal]. Should Milan Lucic be an offseason target? [Copper N Blue]

Hockey fans can be the worst. []

Has Zack Kassian’s road to redemption found a permanent stop in Edmonton? [Along the Boards]

How much is a draft pick really worth for rebuilding teams? [Hot Stove]

Sure Mike, the refs are the problem. [Tip of the Tower]

They aren’t winning games, but the Maple Leafs rookies don’t look out of place at the NHL level. [Globe and Mail]

Seriously though, what is going on with Ilya Kovalchuk? [TSN]

And finally, that Ryan Kesler is quite the joker. [ESPN]