Hockey News: Canada Golden; NHL Trade Rumors

Evidently, Martin St. Louis was a lot more bitter than we realized. 

Could St. Louis be headed for the Rangers, or elsewhere? [Hockeybuzz]

(John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports)
(John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports)

The Canadian men’s hockey team is golden once again. A little less dramatic, but a lot mote dominant. [National Post]

Many hockey people predicted that Canada wouldn’t even medal at these Olympics. They obviously meant to write USA. [ESPN]

Is coach Dan Byslma to blame for the collapse? [Yahoo Sports]

But don’t worry, America. You’ll always have the T.J Oshie shoot-out game. [NHL]

Legend Teemu Selanne goes out on a high note, helping Finland capture the Bronze medal. [RMNB]

Former Colorado Avalanche forward Milan Hejduk has announced his retirement. [Denver Post]

(Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE)
(Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE)

Would the New Jersey Devils really trade Martin Brodeur? [Pro Hockey Talk]

Garth Snow is pretty mad about the injury to his captain. Understandably. [Toronto Sun]

The Penguins lost defenceman Paul Martin for at least a month if not more. [Pensburgh]

Henrik Zetterberg underwent back surgery and will miss up to eight weeks. [CBC]

Patrick Kane reflects on a difficult Olympic tournament. [Sun Times]

And finally, P.K Subban captures some emotional responses to winning a gold medal. [Instagram]