Rob Zombie’s Philadelphia Flyers movie; Jordan Staal’s future with Penguins; awesome outdoor game (Puck Headlines)

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• Have to say, we've never considered buying a Quad City Express Train hockey jersey until now. Thanks, eBay. [eBay, via Andy May]

• Here's the thing about Jordan Staal trade rumors: Pittsburgh Penguins GM Ray Shero said Staal hasn't come to him to express frustration with his role, and wants to keep him around long-term. [Post-Gazette]

• The six suitors for Rick Nash, via Ken Campbell. Including the Boston Bruins. [THN]

• Everything you need to know about today's Phoenix Coyotes vs. Goldwater Institute court showdown. [Sporting News]

• If you're wondering where the Stanley Cup will visit this summer, Rich Hammond has a primer of Los Angeles Kings hometowns. [LA Kings Insider]

• This season ticket renewal info is fantastic. Well, save for Columbus. But at least they're honest. [Business Journal]

• Rob Zombie wants to make a movie about the Broad Street Bullies. "Zombie got the rights to the team's story, and has the full support of the Flyers organization. He likened the tone of the tale to Rocky meets Boogie Nights on ice. 'Each character involved is more outrageous than the next,' Zombie said. 'The backdrop of the turbulent year of 1974 is perfect for this 'stranger than fiction' sports tale.'" [Deadline, via John Gatta]

• What are the Dallas Stars' qualifying offers trying to tell us? [Dallas Stars Blog]

• The Tampa Bay Lightning will unveil their 20th anniversary logo during their draft party, so you can feel really old. [Raw Charge]

• Hockey in "a 2,000-year-old Roman amphitheater on the shores of the Adriatic"? Heck yes, Croatia. [Deadspin]

• A nice roundup on the latest Roberto Luongo trade speculation, insofar as if he'll move this weekend at the NHL Draft. [Canucks Army]

• Speaking of roundups, Stu Hackel has the latest trade talk and scuttlebutt from around the NHL media. [SI]

• Interesting bit here: 45 years of NHL jetlag, and how it affected teams. [NHL Numbers]

• Darren Helm goes $8.5 million, four years to remain with the Detroit Red Wings. A nice signing for the Wings right there. [LeBrun]

• If you're wondering about Eric Staal's frustration factor last season, please know that he hit more iron than anyone in the NHL. [On The Forecheck]

• Finally, here's Cabbie with the LA Kings.

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