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Little Caesars Arena; Seguin out; ranking local TV announcers (Puck Headlines)

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• John Klingberg gets his Ghost Recon on while campaigning for Jamie Benn to get on the NHL 17 cover. [@johnklingberg]

• After next season, the Detroit Red Wings will move from Joe Louis Arena to ... wait for it ... Little Caesars Arena. Beware the Ides of March and the pizza. Hockey hockey. [District Detroit]

• Rookie netminder Matt Murray remains humble with a 3-0 record for the Penguins in the Stanley Cup playoffs as he fills in for Marc-Andre Fleury. [Trib Live]

• Marcus Johansson and Andre Burakovsky switched lines in the Capitals practice in the hopes of increasing five-on-five scoring. [Washington Post]

• Looking at the numbers behind the Capitals struggles at even strength. [Japers' Rink]

• Comparing the Pittsburgh Penguins power play versus the Washington Capitals penalty kill. [Pensburgh]

• Tyler Seguin is definitely out for at least the first two games against the Blues. [Dallas Morning News]

• Is home ice advantage for the St. Louis Blues still a positive against the Dallas Stars? [St. Louis Game Time]

• Sorry Arizona Coyotes fans. It appears the NHL Draft Lottery odds are not in your favor. [Arizona Sports]

• Joel Quenneville considers Andrew Shaw 'irreplaceable.' The money crunch of the Blackhawks could force the team and player to part ways. [Chicago Sun Times]

• USA Hockey has named Bob Motzko the head coach of the 2017 national junior team. [USA Hockey]

• Must read: "Should teenagers be fighting adults? They do in the OHL." [Globe & Mail]

• Minnesota Wild breakout day news: Zach Parise hopes to avoid back surgery while Thomas Vanek hopes to avoid a buyout, and more. [Star Tribune]

• Down Goes Brown: With the Chicago Blackhawks loss in Round 1, could their dynasty be coming to an end? [The Guardian]

• Find out where your favorite local NHL TV announcers rank as voted for and evidenced by the fans. [Awful Announcing]

• The assumption is that the new Las Vegas team will be in the Pacific Division; however, the Central Division might be a more likely home. [The Sin Bin]

• New York Islanders prospect Michael Dal Colle turned his early exit in the OHL playoffs into an opportunity to gain experience with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in their playoff run. [Buzzing the Net]

• The NWHL and CWHL are embroiled in a trademark dispute in Canada. [New Hamburg Independent]

• Isobel Cup champion Boston Pride player are taking pay cuts to return to their team. [Today's Slapshot]

• Kaleigh Fratkin is the first player to come out and say she is leaving her NWHL team from this past to explore the free agent market. [Along the Boards]

• An Edmonton man is auctioning off a rare hockey card collection that includes Wayne Gretzky's rookie card. A set similar to his sold for $100,000 last year, and his is expected to go for more. [CBC]

• Finally, a retrospective on Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau's time in San Jose, set to a cover of Adele's "When We Were Young." [YouTube via Emily Hall]

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Jen Neale is an editor for Puck Daddy on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email her at or follow her on Twitter! Follow @MsJenNeale_PD.



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