Seidenberg, Redden practicing with Bruins; Sabres re-sign Scott; Sweden atop the world (Puck Headlines)

• Wondering how Daniel Alfredsson was so open for the game-tying goal last night? The photo above pretty much explains it, but here's a full breakdown. [Pensburgh]

• Good news for Boston: Dennis Seidenberg and Wade Redden are back at practice. [Boston]

• The Buffalo Sabres have signed up for another year of John Scott. [Sabres]

• Led by Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Sweden took home the gold medal at the World Hockey Championships. They celebrated with a bunch of gold helmets. [PITB]

• With the gold medal, Sweden moved from fourth to first the IIHF's world ranking. And Switzerland moved up to seventh. [IIHF]

• Viktor Stalberg and Michal Handzus will be in the lineup for the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3. [Chicago Tribune]

• AHL president David Andrews thinks NBC should mention the impact his league has had on the Bruins' young defensive guns. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

• Speaking of the AHL and the Providence Bruins, the league has announced that Graham Mink has been suspended 2 games for the match penalty he earned in this brawl. [AHL]

• Are the Washington Capitals losers or chokers? According to the data: chokers. [Washington Post]

• There weren't a whole lot of positives for the Sabres this year, but the play of Kevin Porter was one of them. [Rant Sports]

• Wojtek Wolski heads to the KHL. [Dmitry Chesnokov]

• The Anaheim Ducks have signed William Karlsson to his ELC. [Ducks]

• Ales Hemsky's days as an Oiler are numbered. [Edmonton Journal]

• Handing out some alternative awards, such as the best sitter for the guy that served the most penalties for teammates. [On the Forecheck]

• Gary Bettman does an interview on CNBC, and explains why you should buy a hockey team. [CNBC]

• Vote for Joffrey Lupul for the NHL 14 cover, or this could be your groin. NSFW for language.

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