Luongo's 'deer in headlights'; Darling's journey to NHL; Scott to have hearing (Puck Headlines)

Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. 


• Roberto Luongo is the best. [Instagram]

• What kind of journey has Chicago’s Scott Darling taken to the NHL? Consider this: the Blackhawks are his 13th organization since 2010-11. [Eye on Hockey]

• Daniel Carcillo will miss the next four weeks after injuring his knee during a collision with T.J. Oshie. [Sun-Times]

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• John Scott will have a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety for his game misconduct for leaving the bench to join an altercation Sunday night. [@NHLPlayerSafety]

• Mike Cammalleri is expected to get X-rays on a suspected broken jaw, while Martin Havlat heads to the IR. [Fire & Ice]

• The Philadelphia Flyers are kicking the tires on Ryan Whitney with their defense corps ravaged with injury. For the time being, it’s Shayne Gostibehere’s moment. [Daily News]

• Justin Cseter, the Huntsville Havoc player who was severely cut with a skate on Saturday, needed “multiple internal stitches and 8 staples to close the wound.” [Peoria Journal Star]


• Jeff Carter, Ben Scrivens and Frans Nielsen are your NHL Three Stars of the Week. [NHL]

• The Cardiff Devils missed out on bringing Paul Bissonnette back to Wales after he decided to join the AHL’s Portland Pirates over the weekend on a PTO; but they hope to have him suit up for the team sometime in the future. “The door is always open to a man and a player of his quality.” [Wales Online]

• Anders Lee was cut during training camp because of the numbers game with the New York Islanders. Since his recall, he’s made the most of his opportunity. [Islanders Point Blank]

• Looking at the good, bad and ugly of the Islanders and their 6-2-0 start. [The Fourth Period]


• Joffrey Lupul on playing at Air Canada Centre: “There are some nerves coming into this building. It’s quiet, it’s one of the quietest buildings in the league. And it can quickly turn bad.” [The Star]

• Josh Ho-Sang scored a lovely goal and then decided to celebrate in front of the Mississauga Steelheads bench. [Buzzing the Net]

• Sergei Fedorov talks the KHL, the Russian Five and Scotty Bowman. [The Hockey Writers]

• It’s still early, but here are 10 players you should worry about if they’re on your fantasy hockey team. [Dobber Hockey]

• Hockey media is so unique in that it finds ways to tear down the sport’s top stars. [Japers’ Rink]


• Paul Byron has been an underrated aspect of the Calgary Flames’ good start to this season. [Matchsticks and Gasoline]

• The best, the worst and the meh of the NHL's 2014-15 jersey designs. [Hockey By Design]

• Finally, here’s Justin Hodgman scoring his first NHL goal, as predicted by Tyson Nash: