Nash warned to escape; Devils’ intern draft; badminton-playing Sedin triplet (Puck Headlines)

Harrison Mooney

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.

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• Daniel Sedin has a twin. Like, another one. The resemblance to Swedish Olympic badminton player Henri Hurskainen is uncanny.

• Aaron Portzline gives us a whopping 61 thoughts on Rick Nash, including this quote from an anonymous player. "I skated over to him before a faceoff and just told him 'you have to get out of here. Put your agent to work and get it done." [Blue Jackets Xtra]

• What's holding up the Roberto Luongo trade? According to Andy Strickland: "The Florida Panthers are the best fit for the Vancouver Canucks goalie, but GM Dale Tallon won't give up prized prospect Nick Bjugstad to land him." [USA Today]

• Peter Chiarelli admits that he wanted to sign Tuukka Rask for longer. The one-year was a compromise. [Boston Globe]

• Matt Kalman weighs in on Tim Thomas's active Facebook life. [CBS Boston]

• Jimmy Howard purchased new uniforms for every player in the Ogdensburg Minor Hockey Association. [Ogdensburg Journal]

• A farewell letter to Alexander Semin. [DCSN]

• HUGE SIGNING ALERT: The Verizon Center in Washington has given out a bunch of permits for huge new signs. [Washington Post]

• Los Angeles Kings' mascot Bailey deals with a hockey fan that showed up in a Buffalo Sabres uniform.

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• Dan Ellis discusses summer training, superstitions, and how to recover from having a bad game. [In Goal Mag]

• Very funny: Lightouse Hockey unearths Nassau County's Request for Qualifications form. [Lighthouse Hockey]

• Scott Reynolds looks at the progress of forwards drafted in 2011, based on NHLE. [NHL Numbers]

• Was Jordan Eberle's step up last season a bit misleading? [Edmonton Journal]

• Have you seen Bergie, the hockey-loving cat? Because he's missing. [Patch]

• When it comes to hockey, the married military couple that plays together, stays together. [Department of Defense]

• The New Jersey Devils select their interns via draft.