Flyers part with goalie coach; Seguin skating; Salvador’s time in NJ over? (Puck Headlines)

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• Celebrating ‘Whalers Wednesday’ this past week, Greatest Hockey Legends brought out this little number. Based on the Whalers non-existence as a franchise now, me thinks someone broke Burke’s Law. [Hockey Legends]

• Philadelphia has parted ways with goaltending coach Jeff Reese. The circumstances around his departure are a bit fishy. This is the Flyers, though. Would we expect anything else? [Broadstreet Hockey]

• Fantastic news for the Islanders, Kyle Okposo is expected to rejoin the team in Florida on Saturday. [Islanders Point Blank]

• There is hope in Dallas. Tyler Seguin started skating with the team on Thursday and could possibly return within a week. [Dallas Stars]

• “Player-tracking technology could be implemented across the NHL next season in place of the real-time statistics it has employed for more than a decade.” [Sportsnet]

• Blackhawks defenseman Kimmo Timonen is making the most of his final NHL season. [CSN Chicago]

• Daniel Alfredsson is enjoying retirement for the moment, but a move to NHL management is always a possibility. [Ottawa Citizen]

• “The Devils do not expect captain Bryce Salvador to play again this season because of a back injury that has sidelined him since Nov. 10, and that likely means the veteran defenseman has played his last game for the team.” []

• Nick Cotsonika’s Three Periods: Yandle wants to act like his Broadway idol; anti-injury technology; NHL notes. [Yahoo Sports]

• Nashville’s Mike Ribeiro plans to vigorously fight the lawsuit filed against him by a former nanny. [The Tennessean]

• The Arizona Coyotes are talking to the city of Glendale about reducing, changing or getting rid of ticket and parking fees on concerts and special events at Gila River Arena. [Phoenix Business Journal]

• Could Mitch Marner sneak in as the third pick behind McDavid and Eichel in this year’s draft? [The Hockey Writers]

• The Boston Blades willl meet up against the Montreal Stars in the CWHL Clarkson Cup Final as Charline Labonté’s glove ended the Calgary Inferno’s season. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

• Toronto Furies forward Caroylne Prevost is a true inspiration to her students, whether she’s teaching them in the classroom, or they’re watching her perform on CWHL ice. [CWHL]

• One year after losing his child, Matt Stajan and his wife welcomed a new baby. The excitement is contagious around the youthful Flames locker room. [Calgary Herald]

• Sam Reinhart, Nikolaj Ehlers and William Nylander lead scouts’ take on top 10 NHL-drafted prospects. [Buzzing the Net]

• Do the Canucks really have ‘Three Third Lines’? Not sure if that’s a good thing… [Canucks Army]

• Memo to the NHL: Shootouts are still a problem; a statistical look at why. (No, Claude Julien did NOT write this.) [Stats By Lopez]

• Patrick Wiercioch: analytics vs. eyeball test. [TSN]

• What’s been driving the LA Kings penalty kill? [Jewels From The Crown]

• Can the undead Devils climb into the playoffs? If they’re actually zombies, I’m leaning towards ‘yes’. [The Hockey Writers]

• David Clarkson’s contract was widely considered to be ‘untradeable’. Here’s a look at how all that changed. [Dobber]

• Finally, the latest from GoPro and the NHL: P.K. Subban doing his thing, including the ‘ass check’, on the ice. WARNING: Not for the easily motion sick. [NHL]