Regehr to retire; Kassian talks recovery; Stanley Cup riots: the musical (Puck Headlines)

• The best way to depict Ryan Johansen’s situation? CARTOON! [Backwards Slapshot]

• Robyn Regehr will officially retire on Monday as a part of the Calgary Flames. [TSN]

• After playing on a fractured foot for as long as three weeks, Alexei Emelin is finally taking time off to let it heal. [EOTP]

• The newest Edmonton Oilers player, Zack Kassian, talks about recovery and getting a second chance by joining the organization. [Oilers Nation]

• Ray Bartoszek, head of the investment group leading the charge for an arena in Tukwila, Washington, remains in the process despite missing a payment to the city in December. [Sonics Rising]

• OHL blockbuster trade: Sarnia Sting acquire team captain Travis Konecny (Philadelphia Flyers prospect) and Sam Studnicka (draft eligible in 2017) from the Ottawa 67’s. [Buzzing the Net]

• Who made the AHL All-Star Game roster from your favorite team’s minor leaguers? [The AHL]

• For all you burgeoning actors out there, time to pull out those headshots and audition for “RIOT: The Musical” based on the post-Stanley Cup loss riot in Vancouver. THIS IS REAL. [VanCity Buzz]

• The NHL should be way more fun than it actually is. [Vice Sports]

• The “lost art” of the rarely seen one-for-one trade in the NHL. [Down Goes Brown]

• An outdoor rink built in the memory of Marc Kohn’s stepdaughter, a lifelong hockey fan who passed away, may now be closed by inspectors because of it’s construction. [Washington Post]

• Goal scoring is a major concern for the Anaheim Ducks and looking outside the organization for help isn’t out of the question. What it’s going to cost them in return is the issue. [OC Register]

• The Ducks power play was horrible last season, but recently has found success thus leading to positive results overall for the team. [Today’s Slapshot]

• Defenseman Brandon Gormley, acquired by the Colorado Avalanche in the off-season, was placed on waivers after the team picked up Andrew Bodnarchuk off the wire. [Denver Post]

• Why Erik Karlsson is the NHL’s best defenseman. [Bleacher Report]

• With David Krejci out of the lineup, Claude Julien continues to lean on Ryan Spooner for more production. [Bruins Daily]

• Could a rough road trip turn the Boston Bruins into ‘sellers’ earlier than they anticipated? [Boston Sports Desk]

• To find further positive results, the Carolina Hurricanes have to make changes. [Canes Country]

• Vancouver Canucks goaltending prospect Thatcher Demko, currently playing with Boston College, is out for at least a game with an upper-body injury. [College Hockey News]

• Arizona State University hockey and their partnership with the Arizona Coyotes has proved to be beneficial for both teams. [The Sun Devils]

• The state of the NWHL in graphical form! [Along the Boards]

• Fantasy hockey impact of Mike Richards joining the Washington Capitals, major line shakeups with the Dallas Stars, the returns of Martin Hanzal and Jeff Carter, and more! [Dobber]

• Vimal Sukumaran of the Chilliwack Chiefs does his best Tomas Hertl impression with a beauty of an in between the legs goal.

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