Bure’s No. 10 to be retired; Tortorella hires assistants; Fleury to see sports psychologist (Puck Headlines)

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• This appears to be a leak of what the 2014 Heritage Classic logo will be. Very similar to the one in Calgary. [Icethetics]

• No. 10 will hang from the Rogers Arena rafters after the Vancouver Canucks announced Tuesday night that they will retire Pavel Bure's number next season. [Canucks]

• John Tortorella has hired Mike Sullivan and Glen Gulutzan as his assistant coaches in Vancouver. [Dallas Morning News]

• In least surprising assistant coach news, James Patrick will join Lindy Ruff behind the bench in Dallas. [Stars]

• "The Penguins and Fleury mutually agreed to address his mental approach via a sports psychologist. Shero had previously asked Fleury to meet with one. It's finally happening this summer." [Tribune Review]

• Down Goes Brown on some puzzling off-season moves. "Karri Ramo is probably going to be the Flames’ no. 1 goalie next year, so now would be a good time to start pretending you have any idea who he is." [Grantland]

• With Dale Weise signed, there are just six potential arbitration hearings left this summer. [NHLPA]

• This is a great idea: road trip itineraries for all 30 NHL teams. Here's Part 1. [Welcome to Hockey Falls]

• Patrik Elias on his buddy Jaromir Jagr joining the New Jersey Devils: “For me, it’s kind of surreal." [Fire & Ice]

• Now that Jagr is a Devil, what's the fantasy spin on the signing? [Dobber Hockey]

• Here's the story behind Rich Clune's disappearance from Twitter. [III Communication]

• LA Kings general manager Dean Lombardi has some decisions to make seeing as how the team is currently over the salary cap. [McSorley's Stick]

• Paul Rangers has signed a one-year deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs. [TSN]

• Bourne on the five things bad hockey coaches do, like "They think they have to be Ray Lewis." [Backhand Shelf]

• "Upperclassmen at a Pittsburgh-area high school are accused of hazing incoming male freshmen with hockey sticks and wooden boards. Videos purportedly show victims with their pants down and getting whacked on their buttocks as onlookers laugh and cheer. [NY Daily News]

• Finally, a quick reminder that Pavel Bure was awesome:

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