Kings bring Stanley to bar; NBC Sports email goof; Laperriere retires (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.

• The first stop for the Los Angeles Kings after winning the Stanley Cup? The North End Bar and Grill in Hermosa Beach, according to TMZ, where MVP Jonathan Quick had the Cup and the Conn. [TMZ]

• Taylor Stevens made a Funny or Die short. Her very existence is NSFW and that's why she's Taylor Stevens. [Funny or Die]

• Fare thee well Ian Laperriere, who finally retired from the Philadelphia Flyers and the NHL. [Broad Street Hockey]

• More famous people at the NHL Awards, via the NHL: "The National Hockey League (NHL) has increased its roster of presenters for the 2012 NHL Awards, the annual celebration of hockey and the 2011-12 NHL season's top performances, by four with the additions of actors Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family"), Ray Liotta ("Goodfellas"), Adam Pally ("Happy Endings") and professional dancer and TV personality Cheryl Burke ("Dancing with the Stars")."

• Jonathan Quick and the L.A. Kings will be on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday night. [Lepore]

• Interesting news on Tomas Holmstrom and the Detroit Red Wings, and his future may be tied to what happens in free agency with the Winged Wheel. [Malik]

• Norfolk Admirals coach Jon Cooper said if the Washington Capitals call, he'd listen about their vacancy. [Washington Times]

• Was signing Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell a bad move for the Boston Bruins? [Sporting News]

• Great look at the Zach Parise Sweepstakes, including the case for the Carolina Hurricanes as a favorite. [In Lou We Trust]

• What's the deal with Alex Radulov? [THN]

• Kings surpass Sparks as seventh most popular Los Angeles team after Stanley Cup win. [The Heckler]

• Thanks to the dozens of you who submitted this classic NBC Sports goof, as they send out an email blast for Los Angeles Kings Cup swag with the subject header "Mavs Win!" [Hugging Harold Reynolds]

• Marty Brodeur on his future with the New Jersey Devils: "The Devils are what I am, what I believe in and what I want to be, but circumstances might be out of Lou's hands or my hands." [NY Post]

• What the Washington Capitals can learn from the Los Angeles Kings. [CSN Washington]

• What the New York Islanders can learn from the Los Angeles Kings. [Lighthouse Hockey]

• Jeff Carter and Drew Doughty are the few, the proud, the London area Cup winner. [Metro]

• Yes, that is Zac Efron creeping the Stanley Cup from the Staples Center stands, why do you ask? [Certified Girouxner]

• Eric Cooney talks about the unbelievable Kings run. [Pro Sports Blogging]

• A lapsed Kings fan-turned-Avs fan talks about L.A. fans in a Cup-winning season. [MHH]

• Nice work here from Dan Rosen on Ted Nolan, who was one happy hockey dad after Game 6. [NHL]

• Rudy Kelly with the most heart-warming yet delightfully vulgar Kings tribute we've read. [Battle of Cali]

• More on-ice celebration footage from the Kings. [Inside The Kings]

• In a shocking turn of events, "Some Glendale residents have lashed out at a $325 million, 20-year hockey deal that they see as a taxpayers' burden." [Tucson Citizen]

• Fare thee well, Ryan Porth of RLD hockey. [RLD]

• Finally, here's a grown-ass man crying about the Kings' winning the Stanley Cup.

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