Crosby wins an ESPY; San Jose's summer; NHL 15's physics (Puck Headlines)

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Andrew Ference is a man who knows how to dress when he goes biking.

Sidney Crosby took home the ESPY for Best NHL Player, while U.S. sledgehockey player Declan Farmer won Best Athlete with a Disability. [NHL]

• Sean McIndoe takes a look at every team’s off-season and breaks out the Bizarro meter to grade them. [Grantland]

• How the Sharks have screwed things up this summer, and that’s even before a potential trade of either Joe Thornton or Patrick Marleau. [Bleacher Report]

Jason Demers and the Sharks avoid arbitration and agree to a two-year, $6.8 million deal. [Fear the Fin]

Ryan Strome was a top pick for the Islanders, but he understands that an NHL career won’t just be handed to him. [Newsday]

• Kevin Hayes likely won’t be signing with the Blackhawks and that has put him on the radar of the New York Rangers. Shouldn’t he just reunite with BC pals Johnny Gaudreau and Bill Arnold in Calgary? [NY Post]

• Henrik Lundqvist on if he’d ever “pull a Ray Bourque” and chase a Stanley Cup outside of New York: “I want to be a New Yorker. If I get the chance to play these seven years here I will.” [The Score]

• Here’s a good profile on Jack Eichel, who will be a top pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. [WEEI]

• Examining the relationship between Panthers prospects Rocco Grimaldi and Vince Trochek. [Sun-Sentinel]

• Brandon Pirri re-signs with the Panthers for two years. He was acquired from the Blackhawks in March. [Panthers]

• How Stephane Da Costa is helping build France’s profile on the international hockey scene. [Press Connects]

• It looks like Vancouver is the front-runner to host the 2016 Memorial Cup. [Buzzing the Net]

• Taylor Pyatt doesn’t see much of a future in the NHL, so Europe could be an option. [TB News Watch]

• According to his agent, “it may be time for [Jordan Caron] to have a fresh start with an organization.” [Boston Globe]

• Peter Holland will be back with the Maple Leafs on a two-year deal. [Maple Leafs]

• What’s the fantasy hockey spin on Derek Roy and Mike Ribeiro signing in Nashville? [Dobber Hockey]

• Looking at the history of Corey Crawford's mask designs. [Hockey by Design]

• Finally, here’s the latest trailer for NHL 15, which focuses on collision and puck physics:

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