Cooper for Adams; Nyquist rules; ‘Miracle’ stick missing (Puck Headlines)

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• Via Reddit, counting to 99 using hockey jerseys. Brian Savage sighting!

• Mirtle doing what Mirtle does best: breaking down what went wrong with the Maple Leafs. [Globe and Mail]

Ryan Lambert on why Jon Cooper is the only choice for this year's Jack Adams Award. [Backhand Shelf]

Gustav Nyquist has gone from AHL call-up to the NHL's hottest player in March. [Yahoo]

• Teuvo Teravainen will make his highly-anticipated debut tonight for the Blackhawks. [ESPN Chicago]

Evgeni Nabokov has played well for the New York Islanders of late. Could the 38-year old be back with the team next season? [Newsday]

Mike Richards on Jeff Carter being booed by Flyers fans Monday night: "I got it last time so I gave him a heads up. They boo Santa Claus, so they’re not going to not boo Richards or Carter.” [South Jersey Times]

• Which Buffalo Sabres goalie is their no. 1? Four have tended net since Ryan Miller was dealt to St. Louis. [Buffalo News]

• Here's the 2014 NCAA D-I men's hockey tournament bracket. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Boston College and Union are your no. 1 seeds. [College Hockey News]

• Did you miss the story of the QMJHL player who had his fingertip ripped off by a slap shot? [Buzzing the Net]

• Columbus Blue Jackets president John Davidson on his team's push for the playoffs. []

• Why can't the Bruins control their emotions when facing the Canadiens? [WEEI]

• What happened to the Edmonton Oilers? [Oilers Nation]

• Why Jim Rutherford deserves credit for the Carolina Hurricanes' previous successes while his tenure ends with another early spring. [News Observer]

• 10 "Band Aid Boys" who might derail your fantasy hockey league championship dreams. [Dobber Hockey]

• The sons of Chris Chelios have inked deals with the ECHL's Toledo Walleye. [Walleye]

• A woman who stole $90,000 from a youth hockey organization and later repaid it was sentenced to weekends in jail for four months, 500 hours of community service and five years probation. [Buffalo News]

• "Known for its big-money signings of NHL stars such as Ilya Kovalchuk, Russia’s SKA St. Petersburg hockey club is now seeking to reduce its dependence on Gazprom, the state gas company that has made it an Eastern European giant." [R Sport]

• US Olympic women's hockey player Gigi Marvin on her sport, and her faith. [BR Now]

• Finally, Mark Wells, member of the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" team, is seeking a game-used stick signed by his teammates that he had originally presented to the city 34 years ago. [WDIV]

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