NHL’s most stylish men; Crosby vs. a mozza stick; ‘Fun’ Paul MacLean (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.

• Alex Ovechkin got his KHL medal for Dynamo Moscow's Gagarin Cup win. And you said he never wins anything. Wait, what's that? He left the team before they won? Well. Still. [Dmitry Chesnokov]

• The NHL's most stylish men. Yes, Henrik Lundqvist is on the list. [Sharp]

• Sidney Crosby was nearly killed by a mozza stick. [Sportsnet]

• Nick Cotsonika on Paul MacLean's "fun" approach to coaching. [Yahoo!]

• Meet Tim Thompson, the guy who makes CBC's awesome playoff hockey montages. [National Post]

• Stephen Walkom, Game 3's referee, coached Mario Lemieux's daughter. Is this a conflict of interest? I highly doubt it. Have you ever coached a bunch of kids? By the end, you hate them all and you hate their parents for making them. Or maybe that was just my experience. [Senshot]

• Speaking of officiating conspiracies, the New York Rangers' last penalty call at home came in Game 4 versus the Washington Capitals. [CSNNE]

• Elliotte Friedman's 30 thoughts, which includes this wild notion: "Conspiracy Theory: Sharks GM Doug Wilson wasn't going to trade Dan Boyle at the April 3 deadline, but he wanted Boyle -- and his other veterans -- to think he might. There's been a lot written and said about Extreme Makeover: San Jose edition, but the more I look back at it, it's not just about increasing Logan Couture and Joe Pavelski's roles. He wanted Boyle and Joe Thornton, among others, to believe, 'If this doesn't work, I'm next.'" [CBC]

• Cory Conacher comes out for the Senators in Game 4, and Mark Stone draws in. [Senators Extra]

• Vancouver resident Jay Adams spends a year as a Florida Panthers season-ticket holder. Sounds, uh, great. [Cave Mag]

• The Vancouver Canucks have been awarded over $800,000 after winning a suit filed against Canon for a sponsorship deal gone awry. [Vancouver Sun]

• Speaking of the Canucks, three young forwards Thomas Drance thinks they should target. [Canucks Army]

• The AHL's Toronto Marlies, otherwise known as the baby Leafs, blew a 3-1 third period lead last night to be eliminated from the postseason. Solidarity. [AHL]

• The Chicago Blackhawks are making some friends at NBC with their ratings. [Sherman Report]

• Wherein Chris Neil and Brooks Orpik argue over a hit. [Ottawa Sun]

• Would the Dallas Stars consider trading Loui Eriksson? [Defending Big D]

• Might Ray Emery get a start soon? [Blackhawk Up]

• The Nashville Predators have hired Phil Housley as an assistant coach. [Smashville 24/7]

• Analyzing Sean Couturier's offensive woes in 2013. [Broad Street Hockey]

• Finally, Colin McDonald boosts for teammate John Tavares for the NHL 14 cover, because his living situation depends on it:

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