Hockey News: Corey Perry Injured; Penguins Make Trade

All of the Penguins top-six winger are hurt, so they traded for a guy who isn’t a top-six winger. [Pens Labyrinth]

Things aren’t going smoothly in the state of Pennsylvania. [Pens Initiative]

Patrick Roy on why Nathan MacKinnon’s ice time was cut. [Illegal Curve]

David Booth and John Tortorella weren’t all that fond of each other. [The Province]

(Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports)
(Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Why Kyle Chipchura might be a good fit on the Oilers. [Edmonton Journal]

Craig MacTavish talked. But he didn’t say all that much. [Oilers Nation]

A chat with another great future Flame, Sam Bennett. [Flames from 80 feet]

Apparently Sergei Gonchar is the oldest Montreal Canadian to score a goal. [The Score]

Corey Perry was forced to leave last night’s game with an injury. [CBC]

(Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)
(Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)

George Parros announced his retirement. [Toronto Sun]

How are the Rangers doing this season? [Todays Slap Shot]

The attendance in Florida is pretty bad. [Pensburgh]

Really time to show some respect for female hockey bloggers. [Puck Rant]

And finally, you got to love hockey fans. [Deadspin]