Statues for Andreychuk, Shero; Canucks fire concession staff; Roy for Jack Adams? (Puck Headlines)

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• Is this a new Arizona Coyotes logo? Or just a prototype? [SportsLogos]

• Is Patrick Roy the Jack Adams frontrunner? [The Hockey News]

• The Avalanche may be hosting an outdoor game next season at Coors Field. [Denver Post]

• The Colorado Avalanche have lost P.A. Parenteau for 4-6 weeks with a knee injury. [NHL]

• Dave Andreychuk gets a statue in Tampa Bay. [Lightning]

• The Flyers will be unveiling a Fred Shero statue on Saturday. [Flyers]

• The NHL handled the Rich Peverley situation perfectly. [Bruins Daily]

• What can the Washington Capitals do to fix their blueline? [Japers Rink]

• Someone had to pay for last night's collapse at Rogers Arena. It was the concession staff. The Canucks need winning food. "We need hot dogs committed to long-term success. Hot dogs with character. And heart. And grit. Well maybe not grit. Definitely heart, though. But not animal heart. Preferably meat." [PITB]

• Things people did when the Canucks were up 3-0 versus the Islanders. [The Province]

• There is a blog dedicated to Olli Jokinen's tongue, and it's great. [Joki Dokey]

• The best team in junior hockey right now? The Portland Winterhawks. [Buzzing the Net]

• Eddie Joseph is spreading the gospel of ice hockey in Great Britain. [Color of Hockey]

• The St. Louis Blues have finally found themselves some secondary scoring. [Dobber Hockey]

• With the GMs at their annual meetings, here are a list of things they should do. [Pension Plan Puppets]

• Police are looking into leads now for hockey player Terry Trafford, who's been missing since March 3. [WSBT]

• Hockey player Josh Sweeney is among the U.S. veterans at the Paralympics in Sochi. [USA Today]

• The best moves from Craig MacTavish's first year running the Oilers. [Oilers Nation]

• Finally, do yourself a favour and listen to "Hockey Goaliee" [sic], a bizarre song by a band called IceHorse that sort of sounds like early Dismemberment Plan on drugs. [Broad Street Hockey]

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