Ryan Miller selling Buffalo condo; Sidney Crosby update; Derek Boogaard movie (Puck Headlines)

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• No, nothing creepy at all about the Sedins why do you ask? [PITB]

• According to WGR’s Mike Schopp and confirmed here, Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller has put his condo up for sale in that fine city and we’ll just go ahead and assume it’s not to then purchase a larger 10-bedroom home in Western New York. [Buffalo Rising, via Busted Coverage; s/t Wayne from Tuskegee]

• The Sabres, meanwhile, are hiking ticket prices for their rebuilding season. [Dave Davis]

• Sidney Crosby was back at practice for the first time since breaking his jaw and is targeting a return for Game 1 of the Pens’ first-round playoff series. [Post-Gazette]

• Paul Martin and James Neal return for the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday. [Penguins]

• Erik Karlsson’s just another in a long line of superhuman athletes with recovery powers. [THN]

• Dave Bolland should be ready for the playoffs, because what are the playoffs without Dave Bolland? [Between the Circles]

• The Minnesota Wild win, and they’re in. [Russo’s Rant]

• Why Antti Niemi Will Not Win the Vezina. [Fear The Fin]

• Gary Bettman, who was a New York Islanders fans before becoming NHL commissioner, has high praise for their move to Brooklyn. "If you talked to [general manager] Garth Snow and Charles Wang, they will tell you that their ability to get free agents was impacted by the fact that why would you want to play in that arena 41 times a year when you can go to other places." [Newsday]

• Peter Berg wants to make a Derek Boogaard movie. Interesting. “Focus has made a deal with The New York Times for an eye-opening series of articles by John Branch entitled Punched Out: The Life And Death Of A Hockey Enforcer.” [Deadline]

• Detroit Red Wings new arena update. [Wings]

• Bourne on hockey and steroids: “This isn’t a referendum on Karlsson specifically. A Twitter search for “Karlsson steroids” or “Karlsson PEDs” or “Karlsson HGH” will show you that plenty of people have made up their minds about his situation. It sucks for him that healing up so quickly has turned him into the catalyst for this conversation (when in fact he should probably be praised for his diligence in rehab). But it does give us the opportunity to make the point that there’s no reason for hockey to become baseball a decade back, turning a blind eye to something occasionally visible because it makes our best players better, recover faster, and entertain us more” [Backhand Shelf]

• Visiting with the Hockey Night in Canada in Punjabi folks. [NY Times]

• Hold off on that Special K line for the Toronto Maple Leafs. [QMI]

• “Tim Leiweke has been appointed president and chief executive officer of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. He will officially take over the post on June 30.” [Sportsnet]

• The CN Tower will be blue for every Maple Leafs home game. No goal light through. [CN Tower]

• The Capitals and Bruins will play in Baltimore next preseason. [Press Box]

• It’s Mock Draft time for NHL.com, and here’s how Mike Morreale sees it playing out. [NHL.com]

• Please help the Pension Plan Puppets charity war chest! [PPP]

• Finally, here are your goals of the week in the NHL. Duncan Keith also one Slash of the Week on No. 1.

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