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Change is gonna come for Sharks; Vanek's getting that paper; Fleury bounces back (Puck Headlines)

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Eight year old Colin Jamen draws the Blackhawks logo with sidewalk chalk.

• This third-grader's artistic ability with sidewalk chalk > YOUR artistic ability with sidewalk chalk. [DNA Info]

• Some kind of change to the Sharks' core is coming. "Something has to change," said Todd McLellan. "It's two years in a row losing to them. And, in fact, when we thought we had improved our group – which I believe we did – we got a weaker performance (in 2014) than we got the year prior.” [CSN Bay Area]

• Thomas Vanek is going to get way rich this summer. [Sportsnet]

• Matt Moulson's been a pretty mediocre deadline pickup for the Wild. Could they have made a better acquisition? Yes. His name was Thomas Vanek. [Hockey Wilderness]

• Why it's fair for Alain Vigneault and the New York Rangers to complain about the Round 2 schedule. [The Score]

• Ten questions about that "Prehistoric Hockey" video from yesterday. [Pass it to Bulis]

• Meanwhile, in breaking news: Brian Burke is open to analytics! Oh my god, this changes everything. Everything, you guys. [Flames]

• The best offensive defensemen in the NHL. [Dobber Hockey]

• Former King and Flyer Ross Lonsberry is dead at 67. [LA Times]

• Con man Tommy Constantine, who bilked millions from NHLers, is out on bail, and will be living in Arizona. Maybe keep him away from the hockey team. [NY Daily News]

• Marc-Andre Fleury has bounced back this postseason. Seems a tad early for this. There's still time for him to get the Penguins bounced. [Pensburgh]

• Would the Capitals' new GM think about moving Mike Green? [Japers' Rink]

• The Calgary Flames make it official: their AHL team will play out of Glens Falls, New York. [The AHL]

• The Blackhawks will have to wait until Game 4 at the earliest to get Andrew Shaw back from injury. [CSN Chicago]

• Is Michael Therrien right about the Bruins getting the benefit of the calls? No, says this Bruins blog. [Bruins Daily]

• The influence of faceoffs and zone starts on corsi. [Boys on the Bus]

• Jeff Twohey is out as the Oshawa Generals' GM. He'll land on his feet. [Buzzing the Net]

• Things the Blackhawks need to do to win Game 3. I'm gonna go with: continue being the obviously superior team. [Blackhawk Up]

• The Bruins-Canadiens' goalie battles over the years:

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