Extensions for Torres, Enroth; KHL spending; Montreal, Toronto get World Juniors (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.

• Chicago Blackhawks players Photoshopped into videogame characters? Chicago Blackhawks players Photoshopped into videogame characters. [Blackhawks]

• Bourne on why it's Corey Crawford's Stanley Cup to win (or lose). [Backhand Shelf]

• Crawford on the Boston Bruins targeting his glove: “Well, 99 percent of their shots are going glove side, so I don’t know what you would say. I can’t start thinking about that." [CSNNE]

• Marian Hossa on Tony Amonte's criticism of his injury history: "I don't care." [Sun Times]

• Rich Peverley finally scored a goal for the Bruins, but he would have liked the end result to be different. [Boston Herald]

• Because a bartender did not change the channel to Game 4 on Wednesday night, a Shoney's waitress in Florida got stiffed on tips. [Deadspin]

• Raffi Torres has inked a 3-year, $6 million extension to stay with the San Jose Sharks. [CSN Bay Area]

• The Buffalo Sabres and Jhonas Enroth have agreed to a two-year contract extension. According to Pierre LeBrun, the deal is worth $2.5 million.

• The IIHF announced that the 2015 and 2017 World Junior Championships will be co-hosted by Toronto and Montreal. [IIHF]

• With the salary cap going down and the Los Angeles Kings committed to $56 million to 15 players, it appears Dustin Penner's time there is over. [Fox Sports West]

• "[M]ultiple sources have told me that owner Jeff Vanderbeek has $230 million of total debt tied to his ownership of the team and Prudential Center. Some of the liabilities are tied to nearby real estate. The Devils annual debt service is about $14 million." [Forbes]

• Martin Brodeur's son, Anthony, could get drafted later this month by an NHL team; but in the meantime, he's joining the Gatineau Olympiques of the QMJHL. [Buzzing the Net]

• Did you know CSKA Moscow of the KHL spent over $10 million on NHL players during the lockout? Did you know Joffrey Lupul made $166,628 for nine games with Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg? [Leafs Nation]

• A TV station in Detroit is moving Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final to another channel because of an annual fireworks show. [Awful Announcing]

• What do the Washington Capitals need more? A second line center or a top-four defenseman? [Japers' Rink]

• Ranking the top prospects coming out of the QMJHL for this year's NHL Draft. [The Hockey Writers]

• The Fort Worth Brahmas suspended operations earlier this week, but are in the hunt for a new venue to continue playing in the Central Hockey League. [Star Telegram]

• Finally, it appears Rene Rancourt has some competition:

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