Vinny Prospal to retire; trading Mike Green; drunk goalie (Puck Headlines)

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.

• Vinny Prospal has decided against signing a PTO with the AHL's Utica Comets and instead will retire. [@sportsnetmurph]

• Is trading Mike Green something the Capitals need to do in order to improve? At some point. But not right now. [Japers' Rink]

• Senators goaltender Craig Anderson on shootouts: “Flip a coin and call heads. That might be a better way to settle it.” [Senators Extra]

• Drunk goalie attempting to play beer league hockey? Drunk goalie attempting to play beer league hockey. [Yahoo]

• Here's a great fundraising effort to help benefit Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. [Pensburgh]

• CeeLo Green will be playing his vast catalogue during next week's Stadium Series games at Yankee Stadium in New York. [NHL]

• Somehow, Sweden's reserve team for the Olympics doesn't include Victor Hedman. [@puckarinen]

• The reporter who threatened her WHL boyfriend has been charged with one count of felony harassment with domestic violence. Her bail was set at $50,000. [Buzzing the Net]

• Eric Wellwood of the Flyers talks about the skate cut that saw his life on the line. [Daily News]

• After his early season playoff prediction, Claude Giroux is facing this current Flyers' slump and welcoming the challenge. [Inquirer]

• The love affair between hockey and Hollywood dates all the way back to 1927. [Greatest Hockey Legends]

• How the Devils have received more balanced scoring this year compared to 2013. [In Lou We Trust]

• How have the various Olympic snubs performed since they didn't hear their names called to represent their respective countries? [Dobber Hockey]

• Chatting with Bracken Kearns about his long way to reach his NHL dream. [Toledo Blade]

• A local TV news story on Vermont freshman Mario Puskarich, loaded with Super Mario Bros. images and soundbites. [My Champlain Valley]

• Finally, here's Boone Jenner scoring his stick blade, not the puck, and fooling all of Nationwide Arena: