Sad Silfverberg; Jonas Brodin snubbed; Switzerland unbeaten at Worlds (Puck Headlines)

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• Jakob Silfverberg sits alone on the Ottawa bench after Sunday night's line brawl. Someone photoshop Sad Keanu in there. [Reddit]

• Unsurprisingly, Wild fans are upset that Jonas Brodin wasn't nominated for the Calder. [Hockey Wilderness]

• David Staples on the Calder nominations. [Edmonton Journal]

• Give it up for the Swiss at the World Championships. They're 3-0 after beating Sweden, Canada, and the Czech Republic. [IIHF]

• Ed Snider on the Flyers' rough season: "I don't want this to sound like excuses because all teams had a shortened schedule and just a one-week training camp. Some teams did well [the previous season] and were happy with their system. We got knocked out by New Jersey in the second round, and New Jersey dominated, and I think the coach wanted to tweak the system. [...] And we ended up with the worst schedule in the league. At one point, we played 20 games, and Boston had played 15. You already have a compressed schedule, and ours was compressed more than anyone else's. And when you have tweaking, no practices, and a bad start, we never recovered." [Philly]

• Love this story of how Mike Green's overtime game-winning goal interrupted Indiana University's graduation ceremony. [RMNB]

• Kelly Hrudey opens up about his daughter's struggles with mental illness. [Montreal Gazette]

• Marc Staal may return to the New York Rangers' lineup tonight. [Bob McKenzie]

• Rene Bourque won't be suspended for this. [SB Nation]

• Nobody likes the wheel of justice. It's inconsistent and that's frustrating. But Nick Cotsonika suggests that, if players were a little more careful, maybe they'd avoid a spin altogether. [Yahoo!]

• Cam Cole on the Vancouver Canucks' brutal collapse Sunday night. [Vancouver Sun]

• Speaking of the Canucks, a completely impartial Damien Cox says it's over for them, and suggests that, if only Mike Gillis had given Roberto Luongo to the Maple Leafs for basically nothing, perhaps this never would have happened. [Toronto Star]

• Logan Couture, on a whack he took from Henrik Sedin: “I’ll take it all day,” Couture said. “They can do whatever they want. They’re going to end up in the box and I’ll gladly take the power play chance and try to score.” Yeah, we'll see if you're singing the same tune while Brad Marchand is speed-bagging you. [Working the Corners]

• After Paul Maclean referred to Raphael Diaz by his number, revisiting the other 61s. [Polished Pucks]

• The Toronto Maple Leafs are hosting their first playoff game in 9 years and 2 days. The city's pretty excited. [The Globe & Mail]

• Jonathan Toews, who is a smart person, downplays the importance of hits and suggests that shots on goal are more important. [Chicago Sun-Times]

• Stop me if this sounds familiar: this week will be a big one for the Coyotes' chances of remaining in Glendale. [AZ Central]

• Joe Pavelski's deflection on this Sharks' 5-on-3 goal didn't get nearly enough love. That's tough to do and he did it perfectly.

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