Little Caesars Arena; Seguin out; ranking local TV announcers (Puck Headlines)


• John Klingberg gets his Ghost Recon on while campaigning for Jamie Benn to get on the NHL 17 cover. [@johnklingberg]

• After next season, the Detroit Red Wings will move from Joe Louis Arena to … wait for it … Little Caesars Arena. Beware the Ides of March and the pizza. Hockey hockey. [District Detroit]

• Rookie netminder Matt Murray remains humble with a 3-0 record for the Penguins in the Stanley Cup playoffs as he fills in for Marc-Andre Fleury. [Trib Live]

• Marcus Johansson and Andre Burakovsky switched lines in the Capitals practice in the hopes of increasing five-on-five scoring. [Washington Post]

• Looking at the numbers behind the Capitals struggles at even strength. [Japers’ Rink]

• Comparing the Pittsburgh Penguins power play versus the Washington Capitals penalty kill. [Pensburgh]

• Tyler Seguin is definitely out for at least the first two games against the Blues. [Dallas Morning News]

• Is home ice advantage for the St. Louis Blues still a positive against the Dallas Stars? [St. Louis Game Time]

• Sorry Arizona Coyotes fans. It appears the NHL Draft Lottery odds are not in your favor. [Arizona Sports]

• Joel Quenneville considers Andrew Shaw ‘irreplaceable.’ The money crunch of the Blackhawks could force the team and player to part ways. [Chicago Sun Times]

• USA Hockey has named Bob Motzko the head coach of the 2017 national junior team. [USA Hockey]

• Must read: “Should teenagers be fighting adults? They do in the OHL.” [Globe & Mail]

• Minnesota Wild breakout day news: Zach Parise hopes to avoid back surgery while Thomas Vanek hopes to avoid a buyout, and more. [Star Tribune]

• Down Goes Brown: With the Chicago Blackhawks loss in Round 1, could their dynasty be coming to an end? [The Guardian]

• Find out where your favorite local NHL TV announcers rank as voted for and evidenced by the fans. [Awful Announcing]

• The assumption is that the new Las Vegas team will be in the Pacific Division; however, the Central Division might be a more likely home. [The Sin Bin]

• New York Islanders prospect Michael Dal Colle turned his early exit in the OHL playoffs into an opportunity to gain experience with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in their playoff run. [Buzzing the Net]

• The NWHL and CWHL are embroiled in a trademark dispute in Canada. [New Hamburg Independent]

• Isobel Cup champion Boston Pride player are taking pay cuts to return to their team. [Today’s Slapshot]

• Kaleigh Fratkin is the first player to come out and say she is leaving her NWHL team from this past to explore the free agent market. [Along the Boards]

• An Edmonton man is auctioning off a rare hockey card collection that includes Wayne Gretzky’s rookie card. A set similar to his sold for $100,000 last year, and his is expected to go for more. [CBC]

• Finally, a retrospective on Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau’s time in San Jose, set to a cover of Adele’s “When We Were Young.” [YouTube via Emily Hall]