Nash no ‘bust’; Shaw out again for Blackhawks; ‘Doc’ Emrick soundboard (Puck Headlines)

Sean Leahy
May 21, 2014

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.

• So, so many questions. [@SI_Vault]

• Rick Nash a bust on Broadway? Think again. [Globe and Mail]

• Who's been carrying to the New York Rangers? Check out that third line. [SB Nation]

• Ryan McDonagh: coming back to haunt the Montreal Canadiens. [Five Thirty Eight]

• Why have the Chicago Blackhawks and LA Kings been so successful? It starts with the little things. [Backhand Shelf]

Andrew Shaw has been ruled out for Game 2 tonight. [NBC Chicago]

• Wayne Gretzky likes what the Chicago Blackhawks are doing. [CSN Chicago]

• The LA Kings talk about having some extra down time during the Western Conference Final. [LA Kings Insider]

• Why Marian Gaborik re-signing with the Kings would be good news for them. [Jewels From the Crown]

• How Niklas Hjalmarsson has helped kids with disabilities. [Chicago Tribune]

• Here’s a Doc Emrick soundboard. Say goodbye to your productivity. [Deadspin]

Ryan Kesler and the Anaheim Ducks. Are they a match? [OC Register]

Alex Ovechkin was back on the ice for Russia after taking a hit on Sunday and leaving the game against Germany. He also added that it wasn't his knee that was injured. [RMNB]

• The groups for next season's IIHF Champions Hockey League have been drawn, sans participation from the KHL. [IIHF]

• Taking a look at some of the open NHL jobs and who might be a fit. [Grantland]

• Looking at three Pittsburgh Penguins would could be on the move this summer if the team decides on a shake-up. [Pensburgh]

• How Ray Shero rose and fell in Pittsburgh. [The Hockey Writers]

• "Between two Verns," featuring FOX Sports 1's Jay Onrait and Dave Lozo is quite entertaining. [Bleacher Report]

• Finally, via Reddit, here are all 223 regular season goals scored by Teemu Selanne between 2005 and 2014: