Hockey News: Ducks Sign Hagelin; Gonchar Receives Tryout Contract

It’s time to take a look at news from around the NHL landscape:

The Anaheim Ducks have inked forward Carl Hagelin for four years. [] It’s always important to look at the advanced stats when a player signs with his new team. [Anaheim Calling]

Sergei Gonchar, 41, has joined the Penguins on a tryout basis. [Puck Daddy]

Gonchar and the Penguins will have a new facility to practice in. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette] The Penguins are hoping the state-of-the-art facility will be a future home to the NHL Draft Combine. [The Score]

Canucks president Trevor Linden rejects the idea of a full rebuild. [HockeyBuzz]

NHL officials
NHL officials

The NHL is being proactive in finding future officials for their league. [The Boston Globe]

Allegedly, an off-duty officer was Patrick Kane’s driver the night of the incident. [Buffalo News] The Kane situation has cast a dark cloud over the NHL for the time being. []

A healthy Sergei Bobrovsky should be a Vezina candidate by season’s end. [Today’s Slapshot]

Drafting your fantasy team from the Western Conference can be tricky; here’s some help. [Dobber Hockey]