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Inside Doug Gilmour’s mansion; Waiting for Go-Doan; Gaborik for Boyle? (Puck Headlines)

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• Take a tour of Doug Gilmour's $1.7M home in Old East York, which is currently on the market. [Toronto Life]

• Poor Scott Howson. He finally gets a good offer for Rick Nash, and it's from the Detroit Red Wings. This guy can't win. [Jackets Cannon]

• Gif yourself with the 5 best "bench moments" of the 2011-12 season. [Backhand Shelf]

• Can anyone dethrone the Bruins atop the Northeast division? [CBS Boston]

• Elliote Friedman's final 30 thoughts of the season is today's must-read. [CBC]

• Coyotes' GM Don Maloney thinks it "may be weeks" before Doan makes up his mind. He doesn't seem to be able ... *long hesitation* ... to depart. Such is life. [AZ Central]

• Nick Foligno finally gets the sendoff from Senators fans that he deserves. [Welcome to Your Karlsson Years]

• Looking at the UFA class of 2013. A fun game: try to guess which one or two of these 30 players will opt not to sign a contract extension before next July. [Sportsnet]

• The San Jose Sharks allegedly lost about $15 million last season, even though they sold out the HP Pavilion every night. It's okay, though, their ownership groups claims they run the Sharks as a labour of love. [CSN Bay Area]

• Your awkward Facebook conversation of the day comes courtesy of this exchange between On the Forecheck and Jordin Tootoo's mother. [On the Forecheck]

• Steve Spott, head coach of the OHL's Kitchener Rangers and the Canadian National Junior team thinks Carolina Hurricanes' prospect Ryan Murphy, a defenceman, can be "point-per-game player" in the National Hockey League. [The Hockey Writers]

• The Oilers are interested in Mark Streit. So are the Islanders, though, and he already plays for them. [Edmonton Journal]

• The fans' demands for the next CBA, including a request to invest in some microphones so we can actually hear the referees. Better idea: invest in some theatre professionals to be referees. They'll project better and, if you still can't hear them, their hand signals will be way more flamboyant. [Ottawa Citizen]

• According to John Buccigross, a Marian Gaborik for Dan Boyle trade almost happened. [Fear the Fin]

• The Sabres have signed Mikhail Grigorenko to a contract, and as an example of what a slow news day this is, this signing actually had them as one of the top Google News stories in Canada this morning. [Sabres]

• EXTREMELY SAD STORY ALERT: A man has been charged after beating a Pomerian to paralysis with a hockey stick for nosing around in his trash. The dog had to be put down. [Winnipeg Free Press]

• David Barker, convicted of defrauding an Ottawa minor hockey association of tens of thousands of dollars, has been arrested again for skipping his sentencing hearing. But whatever about that. Click on this link to see the exceptionally villainous photo that accompanies the story. [Toronto Sun]

• This over-5o hockey team is called the Geri-Hat-Tricks, which is awesome. [Wicked Local]

• Hey, let's all relive the glory of the Fox Trax Glow Puck.

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