Morrow debuts for Pens; Jacobs a man about a horse; Flyers still control destiny (Puck Headlines)

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• Even if Iginla's "list" is likely a sham, there's still a chance he goes to any one of the four teams on it. Via Andy Bourne, enjoy the weirdness of what he would look like in those jerseys. (Stick-tap Andy via Arbourne Designs)

• Speaking of weird, late-career jersey swaps, Brenden Morrow will make his debut in a Penguins' jersey on Tuesday night. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

• As if Jeremy Jacobs wasn't already enough of a villain, today's must read is this story of how he spent $625,000 to win a horse crusade. This guy, man. [Boston Magazine]

• The Philadelphia Flyers may be in 13th place, but they can still make the playoffs. Here's an in-depth look at what it will take. [Philly]

• Not so for the Florida Panthers, who, at this point, are playing for pride. [Miami Herald]

• Colin Fraser, on what Willie Mitchell will do at the White House: “Well, the number one law he would try to pass is to save all the salmon in the waters of British Columbia – even though it’s a different country. He’d be like, ‘Mr. Obama, please do your part and save the salmon.'" [Mayors Manor]

• According to Wikipedia, Evgeny Kuznetsov once said he'll never play for the Washington Capitals so long as Alex Ovechkin's there. That's obvious false, so Russian Machine Never Breaks works tirelessly to track down the smarmy dink who falsified the quote. [RMNB]

• Peter Chiarelli, on Boston's next move. "I certainly don’t gauge our strategy on what other teams are doing, but Pittsburgh is a very good team and they’ve made themselves better. It doesn’t accelerate anything, you can’t force anything; you try to find a fit and you try to improve your team. The Penguins made themselves better, we’ll see in the coming week in a bit how other teams make themselves better, and we plan on doing the same thing." [ESPN]

• Photo of the day: this one, from a ceremonial puck drop gone horribly off the rails. [Toronto Star]

• A closer look at the Columbus Blue Jackets' march towards a playoff spot, with an eye for how they're doing it. Hint: his name rhymes with "Schmoschmovsky". [Dobber Hockey]

• It sounds like Steve Yzerman never seriously considered Lindy Ruff for the vacant coaching job in Tampa Bay. [Buffalo Hockey Beat]

• Jon Cooper's promotion to Lightning head coach will do well to draw a little scrutiny away from Yzerman, for the time being. [Raw Charge]

• How does NASCAR escape the criticism and outrage over their violence that hockey sees? [Senshot]

• The Bruins announce the signings of Matt Bartkowski and Chris Casto. [Bruins]

• Alexei Yashin chats about his new gig as the General Manager of Russia's women's ice hockey team. [IIHF]

• Boy fight! Here's a bunch of teenagers brawling during a midget game in P.E.I. [Buzzing the Net]

• Finally, what's more embarrassing for Jim Belushi? How badly he did in Monday night's "Shoot the Puck", or the fact that his work in the film "K-9" is the first thing mentioned in the CSN Chicago write-up? [CSN Chicago]

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