Keith Yandle or Tyler Myers for Ryan O’Reilly? Problems solved! | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
Elliotte Friedman has posited an interested scenario for Yandle, a team that needs an elite offensive defenseman rather desperately and their own player at the end of his tenure. From Nichols On Hockey, here’s Friedman on Sportsnet 960 in Calgary on Ryan O’Reilly
Coyotes' Mikkel Boedker out week-to-week with upper-body injury -- AZCentral
Winger Mikkel Boedker suffered the injury Sunday against the Jets.
Coyotes take aim at struggling Blackhawks' defense | FOX Sports
Chicago looks to avoid a third consecutive defeat by dealing the visiting Arizona Coyotes a sixth straight loss Tuesday night.
Mikkel Boedker Isn't The Only Inconsistent Coyote In Arizona -- Howlin Hockey
Mikkel Boedker has been wildly inconsistent since the season began - but now he's been joined by, well, everyone else on the team, too.
Gladiators run out of fuel in 1-0 loss to Indy | Gwinnett Daily Post
The streaking Fuel went 3-0-1 on a trip below the Mason-Dixon and are unbeaten in their last five games.
News From Around the Hockey World
Winter Classic 2016 goes to Boston and Minnesota hockey fans are still pissed - SBNation.com
Minnesota Wild fans are furious that their team has yet to host an outdoor game -- while Boston gets two! -- but they shouldn't worry. They'll get one soon enough.
Daniel Carcillo suspended six games by NHL for cross-check on Mathieu Perreault - Second City Hockey
They didn't exactly throw the book at him, but the NHL showed Dan Carcillo what happens when you've got a history of these things.
Sharks embarrassed by New Jersey at home - Fear The Fin
New Jersey scored four-straight-goals to beat the Sharks 5-2 on Monday, completing the Devils California road trip.
Calgary Flames at Los Angeles Kings recap: Joni Ortio is the only one who matters - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Sean Monahan and Dennis Wideman helped, but this game would've been embarrassing without one Joni Ortio.
Sergei Bobrovsky Leads Blue Jackets to a 3-1 Win over Wild - Hockey Wilderness
The Wild had chances. They did, really. But Sergei Bobrovsky was the story tonight. Even though the Wild were very sloppy with their passing, Bob was the story. Zach Parise was the only Wild player...
Wild activate Kuemper, giving them three healthy goalies | ProHockeyTalk
He wasn't put in the lineup tonight.
Miller's shutout streak ends, but Canucks hang on for 2-1 win over Panthers - Nucks Misconduct
Miller's incredible shutout streak lasted over 200 minutes before the Panthers scored with 2:32 left in the game.
New York Islanders 7 (EN), Philadelphia Flyers 4: Cruising into the All-Star Break - Lighthouse Hockey
The New York Islanders opened an early lead they never relinquished against the Flyers on the way to securing first place at the All-Star Break.
Recap: Hurricanes 4, Maple Leafs 1 - Canes Country
Khudobin wins fifth straight start and Carolina is now 6-2-1 in January
Byfuglien, Tatar, and Okposo are NHL’s three stars of the week | ProHockeyTalk
Jets d-man has been a force of late.
Rick Nash, Rangers a danger to the Metropolitan Division | The Hockey News
The NHL’s newest playoff format puts the spotlight on divisional play, and if the New York Rangers and red hot Rick Nash start the postseason against a Metropolitan Division opponent, there’s reason to believe they might be able to pull off an upset.
Nail Yakupov, the Cause of and Solution to...Everything - The Copper & Blue
Yakupov is taking heat...again.
Penn State Athletic Director Calls Helmet Stickers "Inappropriate and Insensitive" - SB Nation College Hockey
Penn State's athletic director objected to the hockey team wearing stickers that celebrated the return of Joe Paterno's vacated wins.
Booing, Tanking & Fandom -- TheHockeyWriters
With many teams seemingly tanking for Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel is time to revisit what it means to be a fan?
The Final Howl
BarDown: Ever seen hockey played on a frozen highway?
About as entertaining as it sounds.