Flyers lose another defenseman; who is Corsi?; Marty Straka’s big goal (Puck Headlines)

Sean Leahy

Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media.

• Great. Now this means Gene Simmons is going to start selling Green Men KISS dolls.

• There are six days left in the NHL season. Five teams can clinch playoff berths tonight. [NHL]

• Another day, another defenseman down in Philadelphia. The Flyers will be without defenseman Kimmo Timonen for the rest of the year after he suffered a fractured foot. Take a look at that injury list. It's quite loooong. [Seravalli]

• “Too bad there are no doubleheaders in hockey. I’d be the best. I would feel even better in the second game.” - Jaromir Jagr. [CSNNE]

• You've probably heard about Corsi, but who, exactly, is the man behind the advanced stat? [Sporting News]

• Want to see the Toronto Maple Leafs in the playoffs? Better dig deep in your pockets. [Toronto Sun]

• Martin Brodeur signed a 2-year deal with the New Jersey Devils last summer and he plans to see it through. [Fire & Ice]

• Looking at Brodeur's various save percentages this season. [In Lou We Trust]

• Moving Karl Alzner and John Carlsson has made the Washington Capitals' defense better. [Japers' Rink]

• Matt Calvert inks a 2-year extension to stay in Columbus. [Blue Jackets]

• A nice read on the nephew of former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb, who is expected to be a top pick at the NHL Draft in June. [Courier Post]

• The Connecticut Whale will soon be no more. Welcome back the Hartford Wolf Pack. [Courant]

• The ECHL's Trenton Titans will cease operations after 14 seasons. [Trenton Titans]

• Remember Marty Straka? He's still playing and this week played hero as his overtime goal in Game 7 earned Plzen its first ever Czech title (1:07 mark):