Hockey News: Scott Darling Earns 1st Shutout; Milbury Makes Outrageous Suggestion

There was some solid NHL action going on around the League Wednesday evening. Here’s what you may have missed:

Scott Darling and Brad Richards came up big for their squad against Rangers. [Chicago Tribune]

Brad Richards (Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports)
Brad Richards (Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports)

Just like old times, Richards scored a big goal in Madison Square Garden. [New York Times]

You’ll want to check out a summary of the Kings and Ducks game — it was a doozy. [Anaheim Calling]

Dustin Brown delivered a clean open-ice hit on Corey Perry last night. [The Score]

Alexander Wennberg lifted the Blue Jackets to a 4-3 shootout win over the Oilers last night. [Global News]

Mike Milbury suggested that the Sharks send Joe Thornton to the AHL. [Fear The Fin]

The Panthers’ find-a-goalie campaign was a rousing success. [Today’s Slapshot]

Who deserves the Jack Adams? [CBS Sports]

A look at how 3-on-3 would cut down on shootouts in the NHL. [Deadspin]

Ever wonder which goalie has the most penalty minutes in a season? That and more are revealed in these strange goaltending records. [Grantland]

It’s time to dissect the Leafs’ issues. [Globe & Mail]

Morgan Rielly (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)
Morgan Rielly (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

Andrew Hammond could be cause for more creative ways of celebration by Senators fans. [Ottawa Sun]

Expect the Blues coaching staff to start resting players, despite their push for the President’s Trophy. [Frozen Notes]

An angry Jonathan Quick can make for quite the Vine video. [Puck Daddy]