Boudreau’s moving nightmare; Stoner on waivers; Vegas mock draft (Puck Headlines)

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• Just in time for the holidays, get the one you love a super creepy Shea Weber mask from the Montreal Canadiens. [@Dave_Stubbs]

•To say Bruce Boudreau’s move from Hershey, PA to Minnesota was a nightmare is an understatement. The police are now involved after a truck accident in North Carolina resulted in many valuables and documents going missing and items destroyed. [Star-Tribune]

• Jordan Hart, who illegally sold thousands of dollars of pills to Derek Boogaard prior to his death, was sentenced to probation and community service. Prosecutors could not connect Hart’s pills directly to Boogaard’s death. [NY Times]

• The Anaheim Ducks have put Clayton Stoner on waivers. The defenseman is scheduled to make $3.25-million this season. [OC Register]

• Mark Howe and Pat Kelly will receive the Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey in the United States on Nov. 30 in Philly. [NHL]

• Philadelphia Flyers 2015 first round pick Travis Konecny is making it really difficult for GM Ron Hextall to justify sending him back to junior, should he elect to do so. [Courier-Post]

• Connor McDavid’s quest to surpass Sidney Crosby as one of the greatest players to play the game starts this season. [The Canadian Press]

• Adding P.K. Subban has upgraded the Nashville Predators defense significantly to fit the speedy NHL style.

• Morgan Reilly is expected to shoulder much of the defensive duties this season for the Toronto Maple Leafs. [CP]

• To play for Bruce Boudreau’s Minnesota Wild, you have to earn your spot. GM Chuck Fletcher has made that clear with his decisive roster cuts. A few hopefuls remain trying to make the squad. [Gone Puck Wild]

• George McPhee and staff in Las Vegas will conduct several mock expansion drafts ahead of the actual event to work on their game plan. [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

• “It’s time. There’s no other way to say it. In this, the third season under Ron Francis and Bill Peters, the Carolina Hurricanes’ time has come. It is not unfair, in fact it is entirely proper, to expect the Hurricanes to make the playoffs this season, or at the very least be in the race down to the final few days.” [News & Observer]

• Four captains on the University of Vermont’s men’s hockey team have been suspended for hazing. The program added self-imposed penalties for their players’ actions. [CHN]

• For the first time in CWHL history, the league will broadcast games live (i.e. free) via YouTube. [The Ice Garden]

• The reigning Clarkson Cup champion Calgary Inferno have new leadership in the front office. They talk about building this year’s roster in the hopes of defending their title. [Today’s Slapshot]

• “This disease can do a lot of terrible things. But it won’t erase my memories, or the thought of my wife and kids smiling. I will never forget our trip to Traverse City the weekend after I was diagnosed. The pictures we have will never degrade. The irony of ALS is that while it destroys your body, your mind remains as sharp as ever. Those moments are moments I’ll never forget — this disease will not take that away from me,” said former hockey player Scott Matzka on his diagnosis of Lou Gehrig’s Disease. [The Players’ Tribune]

• Fantasy hockey late-preseason update from the injury ward. [Dobber]

• Top 2017 draft hopefuls to keep an eye on this year. [Yahoo! Sports]

• Possible plot line for Charlie Conway and the gang in ‘D4.’ [Quack Attack]

• Finally, Auston Matthews scored his first (preseason) NHL goal. Don’t tell the Toronto Maple Leafs it doesn’t count towards his total when the season starts.