Hockey News: Jonathan Bernier Interview; Ducks Sign Bryzgalov

Because putting teams in markets that don’t care about hockey has worked so well in the past. [Yahoo Sports]

The salary cap is expected to go up for next season. [Hockey Feed]

And the Chicago Blackhawks are one team who really hope the cap increases. [The Hockey Chat]

All about P.K Subban. [The New Yorker]

P.K. Subban
P.K. Subban. (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)

The Habs payed their respects to the late Jean Beliveau with a moving tribute. [Deadspin]

If NHL teams were being honest with themselves. [Go Habs Go]

Maybe Jonathan Bernier thought it was an event for Jean Beliveau? [Global News]

Paul MacLean speaks. [Canoe]

Apparently the Oilers kicked the tires on Ryan Johansen. [Puck Drunk Love]

The Ducks will be without Corey Perry for about a month. [CBC]

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

But they signed Ilya Bryzgalov. [Globe and Mail]

Scary hit on Keith Ballard. [CBS Sports]

Hey don’t worry about the Penguins, they’ll be fine. [Pens Initiative]

Crosby and Malkin shouldn’t be playing together. [Bleacher Report]

The Bruins could use David Krejci right now. [Fansided]

And finally, great story about the Rangers signing Chris Falzone to a contract. [Blue Shirts United]