Hockey Headlines: Voynov to Voluntarily Leave Kings; Panthers Re-Sign Huberdeau

Believe it or not, Sept. 16 was a busy day around the NHL. Here is what you may have missed:

Slava Voynov has decided to leave the Kings and head back to Russia. [] On his way out, Voynov wished his now-former team success. [LA Times] Kings fans should be thankful that the Voynov saga has finally reached its end. [Hockey Buzz]

The Panthers and Jonathan Huberdeau have agreed on a two-year contract extension. [The Score]

The Islanders and Brock Nelson have finally reached a deal. [KSPR 33] Some reaction to the signing. [Bleacher Report]

Patrick Kane will be at the Blackhawks’ training camp. [Pro Hockey Talk]

The NHL will now feature concussion-spotters at every game. [Defending Big D] Concussion-spotters will be vital to the game. [Today’s Slapshot]

Preseason will feature many 3-on-3 overtimes … on purpose. [CBS Sports]

Dustin Byfuglien, Bruins, Winnipeg Jets
Dustin Byfuglien (Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports)

NHL players tried to spell Byfuglien; some were horribly wrong. [Puck Daddy]

The players have spoken; they are ready for a gay teammate. [Huffington Post]

Here’s how you can update the ever-changing Sabres roster on NHL 16. [Die By The Blade]

Steven Stamkos took down some drones. [CNet]

Here’s 10 storylines you may want to watch as training camps open. [TSN]

Adidas’ marketing punch with overtaking NHL jerseys is a huge blow. [Oregon Live]