Hockey News: Ducks Impressive Streak; Ben Scrivens’ Debut

It’s important for the Blackhawks to beat the Ducks tonight. [Rant Sports]

Anaheim is absolutely tearing up the league right now. Will it last into the playoffs? []

Those very Ducks just laid an absolute beatdown on the Roberto Luongo-less Canucks. [Vancouver Sun]

Vancouver’s players aren’t just fighting on the ice, their family members are fighting off the ice. [National Post]

(Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports)
(Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports)

There can be a case made for why Dion Phaneuf isn’t the greatest captain, but this one is a reach. [Puck Daddy]

Ben Scriven’s Oilers debut didn’t go so well. You aren’t in Los Angeles anymore, Ben. [Edmonton Sun]

His wife was the subject of an interesting article. Not really news though. Of course the weather in California is better. [Awful Announcing]

Why Matt Hendricks wasn’t a good pickup by the Oilers. [Sportsnet]

Nashville’s perspective of the trade that landed them Devan Dubnyk. [On the Forecheck]

Devan Dubnyk Oilers
(Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports)

It’s been a good start for Paul Maurice in Winnipeg. [Arctic Ice Hockey]

The Flames decent start to the season made people forget that this is a terrible team and it’s going to get worse before it gets better. [Canoe]

Steve Begin announced his retirement. [The Province]

Ditto for Jamie Langenbrunner. [Toronto Star]

Zdeno Chara will be a flag-bearer at the Olympics, forcing him to miss two games of NHL action. [Boston Globe]

And finally, if you haven’t seen it yet, you should check out this ridiculous save by Preds goalie Carter Hutton. [CBC]