No hearing for Gudas; Karlsson impresses Coffey; Malcolm Subban update (Puck Headlines)

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Flint Firebirds
Flint Firebirds

• The OHL’s Flint Firebirds will suit up tonight as Jackie Moon’s Flint Tropics. []

• Radko Gudas will not have a hearing with the Department of Player Safety after his big hit on Daniel Catenacci of the Buffalo Sabres Thursday night. [Courier Post]

• After his memorable NHL All-Star Weekend and the birth of twins, it's time to go back to work for John Scott. []

• Christian Ehrhoff cleared waivers yesterday and is on his way to Ontario of the AHL. [LA Kings Insider]

• That fractured larynx will keep Malcom Subban out at least eight weeks, potentially ending his season. [WEEI

• As the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes reunite this weekend, the likes of Rod Brind’Amour, Eric Staal and Cam Ward reflect on that season. [Canes Country

• There’s currently a lot of drama happening in the NWHL offices. Kate Cimini tries to figure out what’s going on. [Today’s Slapshot]

• The great NHL expansion of 1967 showed that the league was for real in growing. [CP via Yahoo

• Hoping to get some new Arizona Coyotes fans, the team is holding a jersey exchange tonight where adults can swap any NHL jersey for a replica Coyotes one for any child 14 and under with them. [Arizona Sports]

• One hockey legend who Erik Karlsson has impressed is Hall of Famer Paul Coffey. [Postmedia]

• How successful early on could the NHL Las Vegas expansion team be? [Sin Bin Vegas]

• Martin Brodeur talks about growing up a goalie and having his number retired by the New Jersey Devils. [The Players’ Tribune]

• Could the new Detroit Red Wings arena be called Little Caesar's Arena? [MiHockeyNow]

• Brian Campbell overcame adversity early in his career and is set to hit the 1,000-game mark in April. [Buffalo Hockey Beat]

• Yutaka Fukufuji — remember him? — talks about trying to help Japan qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics. [IIHF]

• With increased ice time comes increased confidence for Bryan Rust of the Pittsburgh Penguins. [Empty Netters]

• Tatiana Rafter, forward for the Buffalo Beauts, gives us a glimpse inside the life of a pro player. [The Hockey Writers]

• Who are the top 50 defensemen in fantasy hockey? [Dobber Sports]

• Finally, get to know D-Boss, a.k.a. Dylan Larkin: