Hockey Headlines: Updates on the Habs, Penguins and More

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

The Oilers’ new arena is going to the best in the league. [Edmonton Sun]

Nail Yakupov had a strong return, but the Oilers couldn’t win for their coach. [Cult of Hockey]

Things aren’t going well with the impending Penguins’ sale. [NY Post]. Also, the team will be without Nick Bonino for about a month. [PPG]

Once again, the Canadiens couldn’t muster up enough offence to win. [Montreal Gazette] (And for some reason, they’ve sent down one of their better goal scorers in Daniel Carr).

Is it time for the Habs to fire their coach? [The Score]

Reports are circulating that Denna Laing is planning to sue the NHL. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Ryan Getzlaf had a horrific turnover, got benched, and came back with a game-winning assist. That’s a good way to respond. [Anaheim Calling], [THN]

Sam Bennett scored his first career hat-trick and then added a fourth for good measure. [Globe and Mail]

Shawn Matthias is hoping his next deal is long-term. [Sportsnet]

William Nylander is still not ready to return. [Maple Leafs Hot Stove]

The Sedin’s don’t get enough respect from Eastern-based media. [Vancity Buzz]

Bobby Farham has been deservedly suspended for four games. [Puck Daddy]

Robin Lehner is back up with the big club. [Sabres Press Box]

Who is better, Alex Ovechkin or Jarome Iginla? [Down Goes Brown]

Does Marian Hossa need to put up points to be valuable for the Hawks? [Along the Boards]

Brent Seabrook is another important piece to Chicago’s puzzle. [ESPN]

Kevin Shattenkirk to the Bruins? [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

And finally, a birthday tribute to Connor McDavid. [Oil on Whyte]