Burrows, Shattenkirk fallout; Roszival, Tootoo extensions; Subban’s award (Puck Headlines)

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• So is she actually a fan of Jonathan Toews? [Jersey Fouls]

• Michal Roszival and Jordin Tootoo ink one-year contract extensions with the Chicago Blackhawks. [Blackhawks]

• The Minnesota Wild sent Teemu Pulkkinen to the Arizona Coyotes for ‘future considerations.’ [Twin Cities]

• Matt Duchene, the subject of many a trade rumor, says he’s ‘prepared for anything.’ [Denver Post]

• Jim Rutherford says the Pittsburgh Penguins aren’t going to get in an ‘arms race’ with the Washington Capitals after they acquired Kevin Shattenkirk. [Trib Live]

• Shattenkirk’s impact on the Caps’ power play and overall depth. [The 1st Pass]

• Might Zach Sanford be the biggest upside of the Shattenkirk trade? [STL Today]

• Or was the Shattenkirk trade an overall disappointment for St. Louis Blues fans? [St. Louis Game Time]

• “If you think the Caps are good… well, they’re special.” [Japers’ Rink]

• The Capitals might not be done dealing just yet. [CSN Mid-Atlantic]

• Q & A with Florida Panthers president of hockey ops Dale Tallon. [Panthers]

• The Vancouver Canucks reflect on Alex Burrows’s time with the team. [The Province]

• For Ottawa Senators fans (and management), here’s a ‘user guide’ for Burrows. [Pass It To Bulis]

• Aaand some Sens fans aren’t thrill with the Burrows deal. [Silver Seven Sens]

• The Tampa Bay Lightning’s season ‘feels over’ and that’s OK as long as the team continues to focus on the future. [Tampa Bay Times]

• The slumping Buffalo Sabres have the assets to trade for potential future success. [Buffalo Hockey Beat]

• The San Jose Sharks need to decide if they’re happy with their top line as is or need an upgrade at the deadline. [CSN Bay Area]

• Are the Boston Bruins buyers or sellers? They haven’t decided yet. [WEEI]

• Why the New York Rangers should trade team-leading goal scorer Michael Grabner. [SI]

• Patrick Eaves was on his bye-week when he was traded to the Anaheim Ducks. He played one game with his new team and his back on a bye. That might be a good thing. [OC Register]

• P.K. Subban will receive Meritorious Service Decoration from the Governor General of Canada for his charitable work in the country. [The Tennessean]

• Russian hockey legend Vladimir Petrov dead at age 69 from cancer. [IIHF]

• Former Sabre Andrew Peters will not face charges after allegedly reaching across the bench and pushing an opposition youth hockey player backwards onto the ice. [Democrat & Chronicle]

• Connecticut Whale forward and the newly installed director of the NWHLPA Anya Battaglino brings much needed inspiration and leadership to the NWHL. [THN]

• Meet Ralph Slate. Better known as the brains and muscle behind the indispensable resource, Hockey DB. [Globe & Mail]

• Wayne Gretzky won an incredible eight consecutive Hart Trophies. Remembering the guys who came in second. [Greatest Hockey Legends]

• The SPHL’s trade deadline ended with a bang. [TheSinBin.net]

• Part one of a two part series exploring design concepts for the Vegas Golden Knights. [Hockey By Design]

• Reviewing the documentary ‘Thin Ice’ about hockey bridging religious and gender divides in India. [Puck Junk]

• Finally, top 10 Patrik Laine and Auston Matthews plays to make your heart sing. [Robert Söderlind]