Hockey News: Lazar Eats a Burger, Sens Keep Rolling; Capgeek News

R.I.P Matthew Wuest. [Metro News], [Mirtle]

Ondrej Pavelec made a save against the Blues this time around. [The Score]

The Islanders have cooled off lately. Cause for concern headed into the playoffs? [The Fourth Period]

Andrew Hammond allowed more than two goals for the first time in his NHL career, but the Sens still won. [Ottawa Citizen][]

Andrew Hammond Ottawa Senators
Andrew Hammond (Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)

Pittsburgh’s annual collapse has started early this year. Do they know it’s not the postseason yet? [Pensblog]

Jack Eichel is up for the Hobey Baker award. [NHL]

Dave Nonis believes there are some good players available in the draft this year. [The Leafs Nation]

Peter Horachek called out his players because what’s left for him to say. [Globe and Mail]

No mention of Ribeiro’s pending lawsuit in this article. [ESPN]

(James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports)
(James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports)

Really great news that the Habs will begin a partnership with the Montreal Stars of the CWHL. [Gazette]

Debating whether or not Nail Yakupov is a selfish player. [Oilers Nation]

That Pekka Rinne was a pretty decent late-round steal. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Can’t help but feel bad for Anders Lindback. [Buffalo News]

And finally, Curtis Lazar picked a burger up off the ice and ate it. The proper way to celebrate a big win. [Shnarped]