Habs Bergevin’s extension; Vegas practice facility; Leonsis on meddling owners (Puck Headlines)

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• Actual size of Adam Henrique bobblehead. Little known fact, Henrique is 6-inches tall. [@adamhenrique]

• Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin signed an extension keeping him with the team until the 2021-2022 season. [Canadiens]

• A practice rink for a future Las Vegas team is set to be built in Durango, NV, for $15-million, completely funded by Clark County. [The Sin Bin]

• Bill Foley, leading the charge for the Vegas franchise, is not scared of Seattle possibly throwing their hat back in the ring for a team. [Las Vegas Review Journal]

• “Ted Leonsis says meddling owners might as well just fire their coach and GM.” Yes, TED LEONSIS said that. [Washington Post]

• All Team USA games for the 2016 World Junior Championship will be broadcast on NHL Network. [USA Hockey]

• The Anaheim Ducks have announced plans to build a four-sheet public ice facility at the Great Park in Irvine. It’s set to open in 2018. [Ducks]

• Awesome story about former Wisconsin hockey player, Brittany Ammerman, and the work she’s done to create the Nikumbuke World Cup in Kenya. [SI]

• If the Boston Bruins have a chance to move Zdeno Chara, they should – no matter what. [Boston Sports Desk]

• Are we asking the wrong questions about William Nylander? [The Leafs Nation]

• The Dallas Stars decision to go with a goaltending tandem is working out magically. [Blackout Dallas]

• Could the race for Travis Hamonic turn into a Black Friday mini-trade deadline? [Isles Beat]

• Questions facing the Los Angeles Kings at the quarter mark of the season. [THX BUD]

• Sean Couturier’s fancy stats are fantastic but that hasn’t translated into scoring. [Broad Street Hockey]

• Did Mike Johnston change his system this year and that’s why the Penguins are having problems? [Hockey Buzz]

• The Boston Blades have experienced considerable turnover (and turmoil) in the past year. They recognize the growing pains associated and are building on the positives. [The Victory Press]

• Limited practice schedules could be hindering the development of NWHL players. [Today’s Slapshot]

• Heartfelt personal story about a father who went through so much and gave his daughter the gift of the love of hockey. [The Royal Half]

• A quick purchase at Party City turned into ‘Kazoo Night’ for Carolina Hurricanes fans, much to the dismay of those around them. [Section 328]

• Matthew Strome, younger brother of Dylan and Ryan, is learning from his brothers as he makes his way in the hockey world. [CP]

• Buy, hold or sell Western Conference goalies in fantasy hockey. [Dobber]

• Design breakdown of the Detroit Red Wings Stadium Series jersey. [Hockey By Design]

• Finally, San Jose Sharks defenseman Paul Martin is mic’d up as he faces his former team, the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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