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The rise of 'Trovechkin'; Marlies wedding present; Devan Dubnyk: the forgotten (Puck Headlines)

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Roberto Luongo's submission for the Eddie Lack mask contest.

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.

Roberto Luongo submits a design for Eddie Lack's mask contest. [@Strombone1]

• Are Barry Trotz and Alexander Ovechkin the new power-couple? Ryan Lambert thinks so. All hail: Trovechkin. [Deadspin]

• Ovechkin's season in review. Reminder: when he was on the ice, a lot of goals were scored. A lot. Just a whole bunch. For everyone. [Japers' Rink]

• How the Toronto Marlies gave a young couple the ultimate hockey fan wedding present: season tickets. [Sean Boulton]

• Poor Devan Dubnyk, the forgotten man in Montreal. [CBC]

• The Canadiens are on the ropes. Bruce Arthur says they need to play like it. [Toronto Star]

Brian Gionta on the Habs' comeback hopes: "This isn't something that can't be done." Not exactly a strong statement, but a statement nonetheless. [Hockey Inside Out]

• An ex-Caps employee on new Capitals' GM Brian MacLellan: "I've never met a lazier/less passionate hockey man." [Washington Post]

• The secret to the Kings' success? Scouting and development. [LA Times]

• The Panthers still need a new coach, and the list of available names is dwindling. [Panther Parkway]

• Horrible news, Canada: hockey originated in England. Nothing that originated in England, then settled in Canada, then slowly broke away from its country of origin can be good! Nothing! [National Post]

• What does it really mean to be "soft on the puck"? [Pension Plan Puppets]

• Jim Corsi is the St. Louis Blues' new goaltending coach. He will teach goalies to stop shots on goal, but also be mindful of shots that are blocked and missed. [Blues]

• Daniel Carcillo has requested a review of his 10-game suspension for abuse of officials. [NHLPA]

• The Edmonton Oil Kings are the Memorial Cup winners: "These moments are really special." [Buzzing the Net]  

• 10 NHLers who will never live up to their potential. [Dobber Hockey]

• As expected, J.S. Giguere is set to retire from the NHL. [Ottawa Sun]

• James Duthie talks NHL on TSN. [Awful Announcing]

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