Hockey News: Ryan’s Season is Over; Canucks Still Alive

The Vancouver Canucks looked to be dead in the water but they’re going on a little run here. The playoffs probably won’t happen, but at least they’re keeping it interesting. [CTV News]

There are a few guys who need to get it together for the Penguins. [Pensburgh]

Especially in the absence of Evgeni Malkin. [Rant Sports]

Is the coach to blame for Pittsburgh’s recent, and overall playoff struggles? [The Hockey News]

Dan Bylsma, along with his assistant coaches, will be returning behind the Pittsburgh Penguins bench next season. (Pensryourdaddy / Picasa)
(Pensryourdaddy / Picasa)

The Ottawa Senators’ season is essentially over, and so is that of Bobby Ryan, who needs surgery. [Globe and Mail]

Have the Calgary Flames found a solution in goal? [Fan IQ]

Ben Scrivens is having none of your disrespect, Oilers fan. [Edmonton Journal]

Dallas Eakins and Taylor Hall address waterbottle-gate. [Edmonton Sun]

Dion Phaneuf explains why he didn’t speak to the media after his teams loss to the Blues. [Sportsnet]

(Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports)
(Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports)

Can the Maple Leafs right the ship before its too late? [National Post]

The Red Wings are really the best at finding talent deep in the draft. []

A Philadelphia prospect gets suspended for a nasty slash to an opposing player. Getting ready for life as a Flyer. [Buzzing the Net]

Bizarre story involving Windsor Spitfires back-up goalie Dalen Kuchmey. [Toronto Star]

And finally, a little NHL fun on Jeopardy. [Puck Daddy]