McDavid returns Tuesday; John Scott: The Movie; Beer league billionaires (Puck Headlines)

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• A million likes for the now-St. JohnScott IceCaps of the AHL, the current team of the All-Star MVP. [@IceCapsAHL]

• IT’S HAPPENING. Connor McDavid to return on Tuesday versus Columbus. [@TSNRyanRishaug]

• Well this is interesting… John Scott is one of the NHL’s Stars of the Week. [NHL]

• Bruce Arthur: NHL All-Star John Scott saved hockey for a day. [The Star]

• Don’t worry about writing a screenplay, John Scott has already been approached about having one written. [TSN]

• Down Goes Brown: All-Star weekend review. [DGB]

• Semyon Varlamov testified in the civil suit brought forth by his former girlfriend. [BSN Denver]

• Congrats to Arizona Coyotes rookie netminder Louis Domingue for being named the NHL Rookie of the Month for January. [NHL]

• As for stars of the month of January: Evgeny Kuznetsov, Corey Crawford, and Kris Letang. [NHL]

• How Alex Ovechkin’s car donation from last year’s All-Star Game transformed the Washington chapter of the American Special Hockey Association. [RMNB]

• The forgotten story of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi’s German ice hockey team. [The Guardian]

• NHL players understand their “value” when it comes to comparing who they were traded for. [Post-Gazette]

• Sean Day received ‘exceptional’ player status in the OHL. After his brother was arrested for killing a woman in a drunk driving wreck, his play has faltered. Day opens up about his life off the ice. [Sportsnet]

• Incredibly moving story of a 10-year-old who finally got back on the ice after the discovery of a cancerous brain tumor two years ago. He had to relearn how to do everything. [KMOV]

• ECHL referee, Andrea Barone, came out publicly in December. He reports to still hearing homophobic slurs on the ice. Quebec had started a campaign against use of the language. [CBC]

• One of the most storied high school hockey programs in Minnesota shut down its program due to the lack of players. [Star Tribune]

• NHL teams have to visit every arena at least once during the season. This has led to a scheduling nightmare straight out of the matrix. The league and the NHLPA will keep the format this way through the 2018-19 season after signing an extension. [NY Post]

• Beer league hockey is growing in California. How many beer leagues outside of Silicon Valley have billionaires among their ranks? [Sportsnet]

• It’s official – seats are going into the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. [Sin Bin]

• Daniel Cleary has been sidelined with a knee injury for a month while with the Grand Rapids Griffins. He continues to mentor the Detroit Red Wings prospects waiting for their chance at the show. [M Live]

• Time for the Columbus Blue Jackets to dump the crusty veterans, play the kids, and get another top draft pick. [Blue Jackets Xtra]

• Story behind the Gibson Guitars gifted to the All-Stars in Nashville. [Vice Sports]

• We all know enforcers are a dying breed. It’s a shame because they’re the ones who presented the least amount of ego and the most amount of fun for their teams and fans. [The Canafornians]

• Suggested blockbuster trade deals for the Boston Bruins that makes sense for all parties involved. [Boston Sports Desk]

• An executive from AEG explains how the Los Angeles Kings landed next year’s All-Star Game. [Mayor’s Manor]

• Players Helping Players goes beyond the efforts of the NHL Alumni Association to provide assistance and aid to those who’ve hung up the skates. [Spector’s Hockey]

• The Top 5 jerseys worn by All-Star MVP John Scott in his career to this point. [Hockey By Design]

• Potential second half call ups to boost your fantasy hockey roster. [Dobber]

• Finally, part one of the epic two part series of “Between Two Zambonis with Ryan Kesler” featuring forward Rickard Rakell and defenseman Hampus Lindholm. The two Swedes talk about being roomates, the Lion King, you know, the usual stuff.

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