Hockey News: Jack Johnson Bankruptcy; Slava Voynov Charged

Really tough situation for Jack Johnson. [Blue Jackets Extra]

It’s almost unbelievable the bad luck the Penguins organization has had involving players health. In particular Pascal Dupuis, who is out at least six months with a blood clot. [Fansided]

What are the potential replacement options in Pittsburgh? [Pensburgh]

Is Claude Giroux injured or not? Who really know? [Puck Daddy]

(Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)
(Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

A hockey round-table answers the question: will the Flames make the playoffs? [Hockey Buzz]

The Oilers made a trade! Don’t get too excited. [Edmonton Journal]

30 year-old Steve Pinizzotto finally scored his first NHL goal. [Shnarped]

The Oilers are really bad. But they still make a lot of money. [Oilers Nation]

Jake Allen will play in front of his family for the first time. []

Jake Allen
Jake Allen (Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports)

Not even the microphones are working in Toronto. [Huffington Post]

Slava Voynov has been charged with a felony. [Globe and Mail]

The Montreal Canadiens mercifully traded Rene Bourque. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

The Avalanche aren’t in the market for a goalie. [Nichols on Hockey]

And finally, enough with the Sidney Crosby is a whiner stuff. You’re just jealous. [Pens Initiative]