-Remember that Mathieu Garon guy the Penguins picked up?
-Sidney Crosby (right) still does not care for Alex Ovechkin.
-Can Dan Bylsma get something out of Miroslav Satan?
-Shelly Anderson's chat transcript.
-Does Ray Shero need to step up?
-Should the Penguins consider a defenseman at the trade deadline?
-Sunday's Penguins-Capitals game matched an overnight season-high rating of 1.1/3 for NBC.
-Illegal Curve ranked all 30 local television announcing crews. Paul Steigerwald and Bob Errey came in at No. 6.
-The "New Jobs for Michel Therrien" Photoshop expo is an epic (and NSFW) undertaking for The Pensblog.
-Today's "Sidney Crosby is the worst person in the history of mankind" piece is brought to you by On Frozen Blog.
-The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hired former Fresno Falcons coach Chris Cichocki as an assistant coach.
-A few photos from Sunday's game in Washington D.C. courtesy of EN commenter Manntr01:
-Evgeni Malkin doing some sort of Marty McFlyesque air-guitar:
-With the hiring of new coach John Tortorella, do the Rangers give up on their pursuit of Stars forward Sean Avery?
-Did Tom Renney deserve to get fired by the Rangers?
-Tortorella is a much different coach and person than Renney.
-Devils defenseman and former Canadian Prime Minster Paul Martin is recovering from a back injury.
-Even if he grew up in Alberta, new Islanders forward Dean McAmmond grew up a fan of his current team.
-The play of defenseman Jack Hillen allowed the Islanders to deal defenseman Chris Campoli to Ottawa.
-Some good news for the Penguins. With goaltender Ryan Miller sidelined indefinitely due to a high angle sprain, former Penguin Patrick Lalime (right) is the Sabres' starting goaltender for the time being.
-With Miller injured, the Sabres recalled goaltender Jhonas Enroth from Portland of the AHL.
-There is some good news for the Sabres. Thomas Vanek has resumed skating for the first time since breaking his jaw.
-Jaroslav Halak is the Canadien's starting goaltender for the time being.
-Has defenseman Mathieu Schneider rescued the Habs' power play?
-Montreal forward and former Penguin Alex Kovalev has learned something from his benching last week.
-Remember when the Canadiens' centennial season was supposed to be a happy joyous occasion?
-Bruins forward Michael Ryder is expected to return to the lineup tomorrow against Ottawa from facial injuries that have kept him out of the lineup for seven games.
-Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom doesn't get nearly the attention some of his teammates do.
-They're starting to learn what former Penguins forward Gary Roberts is all about in Tampa Bay.
-The Lightning has filed tampering charges against the Rangers presumably over assistant coach Mike Sullivan.
-Tampa Bay general manager Brian Lawton brought an end to all those Vincent Lecavalier rumors.
-There might be a reason the Thrashers have so much trouble drawing fans. They have the league's worst home record.
-Atlanta forward Jim Slater is close to returning from his shoulder injury.
(Photos: Crosby & Ovechkin-Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press; Lalime-David Duprey/Associated Press)