Mark Streit to free agency; Vince Vaughn bets with his heart; Fleury or Vokoun? (Puck Headlines)

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• Sidney Crosby didn't do a lot right on Monday night, but he nailed this fly-by. And McDonald's rejoiced. [Getty Images]

• Mark Streit will test the market, much to the chagrin of the Islanders. [Newsday]

• Fleury or Vokoun? [Pensburgh]

• Same question, but to a Boston Blogger. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

• Not everyone in the media hated John Tortorella. Here's the story of the one guy that didn't. [NY Rangers Blog]

• Hey, remember when Brad Marchand dismantled the Penguins? You probably do, unless you're a Pittsburgh fan and you're awesome at suppressing trauma. [CSNNE]

• Sidney Crosby GIFs will amuse and/or sadden you, depending on your allegiances. [RMNB]

• Eight good players who aren't worth their asking price, from a fantasy perspective. This is the one article in which David Krejci is overrated. [Dobber Hockey]

The Colorado Avalanche have hired Francois Allaire as their new goaltending coach. [Mile High Hockey]

• Mike Richards is just one of many ailing Los Angeles Kings, probably. [Jewels From the Crown]

• What happened to Jeff Schultz? [Japers' Rink]

• Can Patrick Roy share power in the Colorado Avalanche's strange management scheme? [The Hockey Writers]

• Cory Schneider talks goalie gear changes. [InGoal Mag]

• How Paul Bissonnette used Twitter to reconnect a man with his lost wallet. [USA Today]

• Nathan McKinnon is deadly: an acrostic. [The Hockey Writers]

• Meet Antti Raanta, the goaltender whose parents managed to turn 5 letters into an eleven-letter name. [Second City Hockey]

• Sounds like the Oklahoma Barons will receive "more direction" from their parent club, the Oilers, next season. [Oilers Nation]

• Great story about former NHLer John Druce and his daughter's battle with leukemia. [Toronto Star]

• Vince Vaughn bet on the Blackhawks. You fool. You always bet against your team, so you either finish happy or with money.

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