Daugavins in for Campbell; Jagr’s workout; trade Kessel (Puck Headlines)

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.

• #RandomPenguin: Mike Comrie.

• Kaspars Daugavins will join the Bruins' lineup for Game 4. Chris Kelly will center the fourth line in Gregory Campbell's place. [CSNNE]

• How the Philadelphia Flyers 2010 comeback on the Bruins could serve the Penguins well in 2013. [Pensburgh]

• Elliotte Friedman on Jaromir Jagr's workout habits. [CBC]

• Informal talks between the NHL, the Flyers and the Penguins have taken place about holding an outdoor game at Beaver Stadium. [Inquirer]

• Duncan Keith may have been out of the lineup for Game 4, but others picked up his workload for the Blackhawks. [Chicago Sun Times]

• The LA Kings are on the ropes and will need to score more if they're to come back on the Chicago Blackhawks. [LA Times]

• How big is counterfeit Stanley Cup playoff merchandise? "The National Hockey League has seized more than 1 million items since it began policing unauthorized replicas of its products in 1992." [Post Gazette]

• The AHL's Calder Cup Final kicks off this weekend and league is allowing fans to watch the entire series for free via a live stream. [AHL]

• Why the Maple Leafs should trade Phil Kessel: "Why would Kessel be a smart chip to cash in? He’s a perimeter-hugging winger in a net-front league playing for a team that will need to give up something of value to land its long-sought No. 1 centre. He’ll also be an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2014, as will team captain Dion Phaneuf." [Toronto Star]

• In defense of Phil Kessel: "[A]pparently Dave Feschuk missed the entire Mats Sundin era when the number one need was a scoring winger to play with him. Trading Kessel for a centre goes right back to that." [PPP]

• Reviewing Marc Bergeron's first year on the job as Montreal Canadiens general manager. [Habs World]

• Remember the Federal Hockey League team that played an entire season outdoors? Well, things folded, and they are being sued by the city of Williamsport for over $54,000. [Penn Live]

• How Sidney Crosby's sister is making a name for herself as a goaltender. [Global News]

• Riku Helenius, goaltender for the Syracuse Crunch, has rejoined the team after the passing of his mother last month. "I took my time before I came back. I want to make sure my head is in the right place. I don't want to be bringing negative energy. It was just a feeling, realizing my mom is in a better place right now. There is no pain and suffering. I have to keep going with my life, too.'' [Post-Standard]

• "John Tortorella Pacing Around Penn Station Screaming At Total Strangers To Clear Puck Into Neutral Zone" [The Onion]

• A youth hockey coach in Illinois has been charged with cyber bullying who fired him from his director of hockey duties. [WGN]

• Finally, here's a young Jonathan Toews making things happen during the 1998 Brick Tournament in Edmonton:

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