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.
That hockey game will haunt me until the day I die...
— Joffrey Lupul (@JLupul) May 14, 2013
• Joffrey Lupul on the Game 7 collapse.
• Interested in seeing an entire gallery of disappointed Maple Leafs fans? It's your lucky day. [Windsor Star]
• "'Just wait for next year!' was always a phrase that was said with nervous, half-hearted undertones. This time around, everybody will be coming back with a taste of what's possible, and wanting a buffet." [Leafs Nation]
• Ahead of Wednesday night's Game 1 versus the Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock is keeping mum on how his fourth line will look. [MLive]
• Torey Krug is up for the Boston Bruins as insurance after defenseman Dennis Seidenberg played only 37 seconds in Game 7 before leaving with a leg injury. [Boston Globe]
• Who is the best goalie of the remaining eight playoff teams? [Edmonton Journal]
• Fresh off a first-round exit, Alex Ovechkin will join Team Russia at the World Championships. [Capitals]
• Brandon Worley on the firing of Glen Gulutzan: "In the end, his team never seemed to really be able to gain the upper hand when the stakes were at their highest and it's likely that Gulutzan needs a few more years of coaching experience before he's ready to take over an NHL team again." [Defending Big D]
• Our pal Lyle Richardson looks at what's ahead for the Anaheim Ducks. [Spector's Hockey]
• Here's Dobber with his updated 215 top prospects list. [Dobber Hockey]
• More changes for the Colorado Avalanche as goaltending coach Kirk McLean was also let go. [Denver Post]
• Theo Fleury is spending the next 10 days walking from Toronto to Ottawa to raise awareness for childhood sex abuse and stiffer penalties for child abusers. [City News]
• The Connecticut Whale are no more. Please welcome back the Hartford Wolf Pack. [Times Union]
• A former University of Alaska-Anchorage hockey coach has been accused of swinging a stick "baseball-style" and hitting a player across the thigh. [Anchorage Daily News]
• The London Knights won the OHL championship on Monday after scoring the game-winning goal with one second left in regulation. [Buzzing the Net]
• Finally, via DayWalker, here's the CBC pre-game montage for Game 7 of Leafs-Bruins featuring Metallica's "Seek and Destroy":