Burke on leaving Toronto; Phil hearts Pittsburgh; goalie vs. Taco Cannon (Puck Headlines)

• After losing a bet, Teemu Selanne has to shotgun a beverage like a boss. Retirement seems to be treating him well. #teemuforever [sel8anneteemu]

• Brian Burke talks about the playoff team he was fired from in Toronto, how his current job in Calgary will be his last in NHL management and more. [The Star]

• Peter Luukko, ex-President of the Philadelphia Flyers turned Executive Chairman of Sunrise Sports and Entertainment on why the Florida Panthers lured him into another management position after 14-months off. [SI]

• Hal Gill is now the ‘Manager of Player Development’ for the Cats. [Panthers]

• Phil Kessel is loving life with the Pittsburgh Penguins so far. [Sportsnet]

• Mike Johnston has employed shorter shifts as a strategy to keep up the Penguins energy throughout games. [Pensburgh]

• No real surprise here, Patrick Sharp is a big piece in the Dallas Stars championship puzzle. [ESPN]

• Bad news for other teams, three games in and the Washington Capitals first line has finally clicked on. [RMNB]

• First impressions of the coaches challenge from those who it impacts the most: coaches and goalies. [NHL]

• Team USA and NWHL star Hilary Knight on being Hilary Knight. [Bonus Hockey]

• Here’s a preview of the CWHL’s Toronto Furies, whose season starts on Saturday. [Victory Press]

• 2016 NHL draft prospects not named Auston Matthews: Team USA U-18 center, Clayton Keller. [Buzzing the Net]

• Q & A with Syracuse Crunch goaltender, and Tampa Bay Lightning prospect, Adam Wilcox. [The Hockey Writers]

• Coaches are re-thinking the ‘when, why, and how’ when it comes to pulling goalies for the extra attacker. [Sports Quotient]

• Ondrej Pavelec vs. Michael Hutchinson: Goaltending controversy in the making for the Winnipeg Jets? [Jets Nation]

• Q & A with Maple Leafs prospect Zach Hyman – hockey player and children’s book author. Yes, children’s book author. [Eh Game]

• Early season fantasy hockey stock picks: who to buy low and sell high. [Dobber]

• At 80-years-old, Tommy McVie, a scout for the Boston Bruins, is the ultimate rink rat. [The Edmonton Journal]

• U.S. National Team Development Program equipment manager, Jake Visser, is auctioning off tons of signed memorabilia for the charity “No Marine Stands Alone.” [Malik Report]

• Heartwarming story of the day: USA Hockey player Cole Borchardt was nearly killed in an automobile accident and it was unsure if he’d ever walk again. One year later, he did so without assistance. [The Hockey News]

• From 1951 to 1964, Parkhurst hockey cards, or “Parkies,” captivated the imaginations of collectors. [Puck Junk]

• Illustrations of possible Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens Winter Classic jerseys based off the official touques released by the NHL. [Icethetics]

• Finally, University Nebraska-Omaha Man vs. Food: Goaltender Ryan Massa attempts to protect his net from the TACO CANNON shot at close range. (Note to self: Never get in the way of high powered food launching cannons.)

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