Hockey News: 1000 Games for Hartnell; Healthy Scratch for Clarkson

Don Cherry believes the Leafs lack an identity. And he has the solution. [National Post]

So David Clarkson’s contract is move-able after all. Right into the press box. [Toronto Star]

Dreams do come true, it could happen to you, Connor. [The Score]

Flyers goalies. Can’t ever seem to catch a break. [Yahoo]

(John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports)
(John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports)

What’s the next step for Kimmo Timonen? [Flyerdelphia]

San Jose traded for Evgeni Nabokov so he could retire a Shark. [CBC]

The Habs are hoping for another Vanek-esque move this season. [Nichols on Hockey]

Barry Trotz is being coy on the Capitals desires come deadline day. [Pro Hockey Talk]

The Senators and Mike Hoffman may not be a match made in heaven. [Ottawa Sun]

Mike Hoffman Ottawa Senators
(Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports)

Sens players didn’t have a problem with Robin Lehner’s tantrum. [Sportsnet]

Scott Hartnell scored a goal in his 1000th game. [Union and Blue]

The Oilers are actually planning to raise ticket prices. Makes sense, with the team being such a winner as of late and… oh. Oh no. [CTV News]

It’s fun to be in Calgary right now. [Flames from 80 Feet]

And finally, relive the day Evander Kane was drafted. Interesting commentary. [YouTube]