Salary arbitration dates; Hawerchuk on Kane; hockey on a navy ship (Puck Headlines)

Harrison Mooney

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.

• Yeah, he's probably smiled by now.

• Here are the 20 players that have elected for salary arbitration, and the dates of their hearings. [NHLPA]

• Dale Hawerchuk can't see why Evander Kane would want out of Winnipeg. “My short time being around (today’s Jets), they do everything first-class. So I don’t know why players wouldn’t love it.” Thanks for your insight, Dale. [Winnipeg Sun]

• Interesting hockey statement: points aren't offense. Tyler Dellow explains it. [MC79 Hockey]

• Cody McCormick is thrilled to be back in Buffalo. [Buffalo Hockey Beat]

• More on the possible union of the Detroit Red Wings and Mike Green, and why he's an attractive risk to take. [Winging it in Motown]

Griffin Reinhart is hoping to make the NHL this season. Weird, so am I! [Islanders Point Blank]

Braden Holtby is the Capitals' starter next season, according to Barry Trotz. Can he hold down the job? [Capitals Outsider]

• What does Dany Heatley's new contract mean for the Ducks? [Anaheim Calling]

• Who won the Dany Heatley trade when the winger asked out of Ottawa? Tough to say. Dany Heatley won, probably, since he got to leave Ottawa. [6th Sens]

• What's left for the Calgary Flames to do this summer? Hopefully not much. After the Deryk Engelland contract, they should probably spend the next month or so thinking about what they've done. [Flames Nation]

• Does the Winnipeg Jets roster hold up to... fancystats?? [Arctic Ice Hockey

• Vladislav Kamenev was the first Russian drafted by the Nashville Predators in 10 years. Is it safe now? [Section 303

• Blue Jackets fans have questions, man. [Jackets Cannon

• Pierre Marc-Bouchard is off to Switzerland to play for EV Zug. [PHT]

• Gary Agnew is the newest assistant coach for the Pittsburgh Penguins. [Penguins

• And Andrew Brunette is now an assistant coach for the Minnesota Wild. [Star Tribune]

• Erik Gudbranson has re-signed with the Florida Panthers for two more years. It's one of those bridge contracts. [Panthers]

• Should the Leafs and their fans feel slighted that Brian Boyle turned down their contract offer? [Leafs Nation]

• The Five Hole For Food tour hits Toronto on Thursday, but before that, they were in Nova Scotia, where they played hockey on the deck of the HMCS Preserver. [Five Hole For Food]