Hockey News: Pascal Dupuis Shines; Chris Pronger Returns

Rangers defenceman Dan Boyle will be out at least a month with a broken hand. [Blueshirt Banter]

The Maple Leafs made a good move picking up Richard Panik off of waivers. [Raw Charge]

Jaromir Jagr finds himself in sixth place on the all-time scoring list, with no evidence that he’s slowing down. [NHL]

Is Adam Larsson becoming a draft bust? [Pucks and Pitchforks]

(Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
(Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)

Sidney Crosby’s goal scoring drought dating back to last season’s playoffs quickly evaporated against the Ducks. [Toronto Sun]

How would 34 year-old Pascal Dupuis respond in his first game back after major knee surgery? He eased his way into it. [Pittsburgh Post Gazette]

Nasty hit by Radko Gudas to the head of Scottie Upshall. [SB Nation]

Chris Pronger is back in the NHL. In the department of player safety. Some kind of irony here. [National Post]

Bad news for the Jets, Evander Kane left last night’s game with an apparent knee injury. [CBC]

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Brad Marchand cares not for your trade rumors. [NESN]

Check out this beauty of a goal by Zemgus Girgensons. [Two Pad Stack]

Karri Ramo is already making the case for more playing time. [Flames Nation]

Brenden Gallagher misses Josh Gorges. [Pro Hockey Talk]

And finally, Alex Ovechkin didn’t score any goals but he had an Olympic worthy dive against the Habs. [Puck Daddy]