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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. • Douglas Murray should fight every morning and then freeze that hair with some sort of product. • Gabriel Landeskog is out for the Colorado Avalanche after the hit from Brad Stuart. Which is weird because he came back and played and OH MY GOD THE SAME THING HAPPENED WITH DAVID PERRON. [ Edmonton Journal ] • So if Stuart avoided suspension because “Landeskog was OK”, what now? [ All Things Avs ] • Uh, so why is Alex Ovechkin skating with Jay Beagle and Joey Crabb? Said Adam Oates: “I actually thought that they provided a lot of speed for him and could maybe back the ‘D’ off,” Oates said. “And to get back to balance. Obviously, during the course of a game you can change it back and go through combinations. But I liked our balance.” [ Capitals Insider ] • Jamie Benn is back for the Dallas Stars tonight against Columbus, and he’s missing a tooth that was swallowed by a Zamboni in Germany. Ah, hockey stories. [ Stars Blog ] • Behind the success of the Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski line that’s powering the San Jose Sharks. [ USA Today ] • Is that second Toronto area arena, ostensibly being built for a new NHL team, in trouble? [ CBC Sports ] • Oh, hey, good times: “With a deadline looming for prospective Phoenix Coyotes buyer Greg Jamison to purchase the team from the National Hockey League, Glendale officials have no idea whether he’ll complete the deal.” [ AZ Central ] • Inspiring words from Greg Jamison: "The deadline is the 31st, right? We're working toward that.” [ USA Today ] • A ref is in trouble for tweeting that Soo Saint Marie is “all fatties.” [ Slam ]


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