Leafs introduce Shanahan; Capuano, DeBoer to return; draft lottery odds (Puck Headlines)

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John Scott and his two-year old daughter, Eva, wait before Sunday's game. [Getty]

• Brendan Shanahan was introduced Monday as the Toronto Maple Leafs president of hockey operations. Randy Carlyle was not present at the press conference, with general manager Dave Nonis saying, “Randy Carlyle is a good coach, that’s as far as I’m willing to go right now."

• Now that the regular season over it's official: Sidney Crosby wins the Art Ross, Alex Ovechkin takes the Rocket Richard and Jonathan Quick wins the William Jennings Trophy. [NHL]

• The Peter DeBoer rumors can end now as New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello announced Sunday that the head coach will be back next year and is already under contract. [Fire & Ice]

• Also coming back will be Jack Capuano of the New York Islanders, says GM Garth Snow. [Newsday]

• Here are your NHL Draft Lottery odds, which will take place Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. ET. [TSN]

• After a conditioning stint in the AHL, Tomas Vokoun has been recalled by the Pittsburgh Penguins. [Post-Gazette]

• Union College defenseman and Philadelphia Flyers draft pick Shayne Gostisbehere has not made a decision on whether or not he'll sign an entry-level deal. [Daily Gazette]

• Jonathan Bernier will undergo sports hernia surgery and likely miss the upcoming World Championships. [CBC]

Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Jon Cooper on Ryan Malone's arrest over the weekend: "Hockeywise we've had way more distractions worse than this one." [Tampa Bay Times]

• Dave Lozo on Martin Brodeur's goodbye to the New Jersey Devils and his unwillingness to let go. [Bleacher Report]

• Anders Lindback, John Gibson and Ryan Johansen are your Three Stars of the Week. [NHL]

• Scott Hartnell has been fined $5,000 for spearing Brett Bellemore of the Carolina Hurricanes. [NHL]

• Looking back one year later at Boston Marathon Monday and the tragic events that took place that day. [Bruins Daily]

• Here are 10 players who are primed to step up their offensive production come playoff time. [Dobber Hockey]

• The London Knights have a 35-day layoff before the Memorial Cup. How does that stack up against previous participants? [Buzzing the Net]

• Debating the pros and cons of a playoff-less season for the Toronto Maple Leafs. [Maple Leafs Central]

• Negativity's been all the rage in Toronto. [The Hockey Writers]

• Finally, on Friday, Johnny Gaudreau won the Hobey Baker Award. On Sunday, he scored his first NHL goal for the Calgary Flames: