Puck Headlines: Holmgren health update; Ovechkin to Bauer

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.

• We're really starting to fall in love with the KHL's marketing. Via Dmitry, here's an Alex Radulov superhero comic. See, it's like the NHL Guardian Project but with actual players! (And 100 percent less Devin Dark and sap bombs.)

• We'll have more in this later, but Alex Ovechkin officially announced he's joined Bauer Hockey and that Bauer will donate 108 sets of equipment to the Kettler Capitals Iceplex and Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association, as well as 108 sets to Dynamo Hockey School in Moscow.

• Ovechkin tops the NHL.com fantasy hockey rankings, with Corey Perry ahead of both Sedins and Sidney Crosby sixth. [NHL.com]

• Philadelphia Flyers GM Paul Holmgren is "sore but in good spirits" after his bike accident on Monday. From the police report: "A man identified as 55 year old Paul Holmgren of Somerdale, New Jersey was riding his bicycle northbound on Dune Drive at 58th Street when he lost his balance and fell from the bicycle.  No other vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians were involved in the accident." [Philly.com]

• The Nashville Predators have installed new glass that "should provide improved safety for players, better viewing for fans and faster day-to-day operations for the team and the arena." [Tennessean]

• Tyler Dellow disagrees with our take that the NHL, in no way, should be held responsible for the Vancouver riots or be expected to subsidize viewing parties that it doesn't organize. [mc79hockey]

• This report claims that Ryan Miller married his incredibly attractive girlfriend Noureen Dewulf on Saturday. Congrats to the happy couple; and like any quality backup, Jhonas Enroth is ready to step in should Miller be unable to perform. [WVID, via SCOC]

• Houses of the Hockey takes a Photoshop/MS Paint-riffic look at the NHL going back to school. [HOTH]

• Chris Chelios was inducted into the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, having previous attended the state's admission to the Union in 1848. Chelios is a proud member of the Badger Hall of Fame; Sabres fans are still waiting for Nathan Gerbe's admission into the Honey Badger Hall of Fame. [Red Wings]

• The Washington Capitals players that are on the "hot seat" for 2011-12. As in "feeling the most pressure," rather than riding passenger on a Vespa. [Japers' Rink]

• Can new Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan figure out a way to fix the team's power play? [Defending Big D]

• Jeremy Roenick and Steven Stamkos talk gaming. [Canada.com]

• Taking a look at Adam Larsson and other under-20 defensemen in the NHL. [In Lou We Trust]

• Torts vs. Brooksie parody. What's not to love? [NYR Blog]

• Nice work by the New York Rangers, piling onto a bus to visit firehouses around New York to honor the victims of 9/11. [NHL.com]

• "Ottawa 67's centre Ryan Martindale might end up being this season's Craig Cunningham — the prospect whose skills are beyond major junior hockey, but might end up playing an overage season since his NHL organization could run out of contracts." [Buzzing The Net]

• Marty Turco is still looking for work. As a goalie. [ESPN Chicago]

• Finally, it was Chicago Blackhawks Day at Wrigley Field. To commemorate the occasion, no one paid attention to the game until Chicago accomplished something of significance, and then everyone in attendance claimed they had been watching the entire time.