Adios Rexall; Roy, Duchene hug it out; more Tampa injuries (Puck Headlines)


• P.K. Subban: stylist to the stars. Jeremy Schaap has never looked more like a Dick Tracy villain in all his life. [@PKSubban1]

• Memories of Rexall Place ahead of the Edmonton Oilers final game at the arena tonight. [Oilers Nation]

• Oilers’ beat writer, Jim Matheson, recounts 10 unforgettable calendar years of covering the team at Rexall. [Edmonton Journal]

• Prior to Rexall, there was the Edmonton Gardens, and the memories created there. [Edmonton Sun]

• Matt Duchene and Patrick Roy have ‘talked out’ their differences after the head coach called out the forward on Sunday for a goal celebration. [Denver Post]

• The Tampa Bay Lightning won’t ‘geo-block’ playoff ticket buyers, but will still impose home-jersey only restrictions in certain parts of arena. [SB Nation]

• This just keep coming for the Lightning: Victor Hedman and Ryan Callahan are now among the injured. [Tampa Bay Times]

• Multiple player agents are advising the Flint Firebirds (OHL) not to draft their clients. Their safety in the embattled city is a chief concern. [Buzzing the Net]

• Someone had to take the fall for the 30-percent drop in Hockey Night in Canada ratings, among other things, at Rogers. Gord Cutler is out as production head for the network. [Yahoo’s Eh Game]

• Alex Lyon, now-former goaltender for Yale, has signed with the Philadelphia Flyers. [In Goal Mag]

• “There is a staggering human cost because of the prejudice and fear of a handful of idiots,” Brian Burke, Calgary Flames president of hockey operations said on Monday. “If you have a son (in his 20s) who is gay, the number one cause of death is suicide …” [Western Wheel]

• Was Lou Lamoriello the best general manager in the NHL this season? [Leafs Nation]

• Tuukka Rask responds to Don Cherry’s comment the goaltender ‘can’t stop a beach ball.’ [Bruins Daily]

• What the Detroit Red Wings can do with Pavel Datsyuk’s $7.5-million cap hit should he decide to go to the KHL after this season. [Winging It In Motown]

• Colin Greening has become a fixture in the Leafs’ lineup, and he’s embraced the analytics behind his game, too. [Globe & Mail]

• It is beyond time for the Columbus Blue Jackets to embrace the tank and go for Auston Matthews. [Blue Jackets Xtra]

• Dylan Larkin wasn’t even a gleam in his parents eyes the last time the Detroit Red Wings missed the playoffs. [TSN]

• Junior hockey in the United States has reduced fighting significantly. Learn how they did it without diminishing the game. [USA Today]

• Making the case for Vancouver Canucks prospect, and Boston College goaltender, Thatcher Demko, to win the Hobey Baker. [Along The Boards]

• Brothers TIm and Connor Clifton are good old Jersey boys looking to lead Quinnipiac to the NCAA title. [College Hockey]

• Interview part one of two with media shy New York Riveters head coach and now-general manager, Chad Wiseman. [Today’s Slapshot]

• Wrapping up the Women’s World Championship and the impact on the IIHF rankings. [Victory Press]

• ‘Keeping Karlsson’ fantasy hockey podcast talks “… end-of-season mini-smorgoaliesbord of sorts, breaking down all kinds of injuries, outjuries, and erratic play from goalies around the league.” [Dobber]

• Finally, Jaromir Jagr is still ready for the playoffs; just a little less hair than when he shot this commercial way back when.