-Everyone else in the world has posted this already, but we've had this sitting in our bookmarks for a few days:
-Evgeni Malkin has a Flip camera.
-Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang are popular. They among the leaders in all-star voting (PG+).
-Has Eric Tangradi's progress been stunted (PG)?
-Marc-Andre Fleury speaks:
-Arron Asham speaks:
-Dan Bylsma speaks:
-If you can imagine such a thing, a Steelers kicker showed up to a Penguins event and didn't act like an obnoxious prima donna. Bowling Green product Shaun Suisham hung out with fellow alumni Dan Bylsma after practice yesterday:
-No link, but Paul Martin is your moustache boy for December.
-A more complete video of Monday's ceremony for Bill Guerin has been posted:
-The PensBlog takes a pretty good look at the Penguins' last 10-game winning streak. Hopefully you're a Petr Skudra fan.
-Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! examines the fallout from the #ColumbusInvasion.
-The United States's training camp roster for the World Junior Championships was announced. Penguins defensive prospect Philip Samuelsson is in the camp.
-The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins signed forward Bryan Lerg to an AHL contract. He was on the team on a tryout basis.
-AHL all-star voting has begun.
-The Devils demoted goaltender Mike McKenna to Albany of the AHL.
-A goal and an assist by captain Brian Gionta led the Canadiens to a 4-1 defeat of the rival Senators. Carey Price made 27 saves in the victory.
-Check out this move by Ottawa's Jason Spezza to set up Nick Foligno for a goal:
-An overtime goal by former Penguin Mark Recchi gave the Bruins a 3-2 win against the Sabres. Fire Ray Shero. Nathan Horton added a goal and an assist for Boston while teammate David Krejci recorded two assists. Tim Thomas made 28 saves in the victory.
-Recchi's goal required a video review:
-Fire Ray Shero.
-A turnover by Sabres defenseman and Pittsburgh native Mike Weber led to Recchi's goal.
-Check out this bank shot goal by Buffalo's Thomas Vanek:
-The Sabres recalled forward Mark Mancari from Portland of the AHL.
-The Maple Leafs recalled goaltender James Reimer from Toronto of the AHL.
-TSN analyst Darren Pang had an unfortunate flub on air when discussing Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban:
-Two goals by Stephen Weiss, including one in overtime, gave the Panthers a 4-3 win against the Avalanche. Teammate David Booth added a goal and an assist while Tomas Vokoun made 22 saves in the victory. John-Michael Liles had a goal and an assist for Colorado.
-Weiss's overtime goal:
-Check out Booth's goal:
-Cool Photo of the Night: Colorado's Craig Anderson stopping Florida's Steven Reinprect in tight:
-Could forward Alexander Semin be the best winger on the free agent market this summer?
-It looks like the Stanley Cup hangover is starting to really hit the Blackhawks as they're playing without forwards Marian Hossa and Patrick Kane.
-Kane's ankle injury is expected to have him sidlined for upwards of three weeks.
-A goal and two assists by Rene Bourque helped the Flames beat the Lightning, 4-2. Miikka Kiprusoff made 22 saves in the victory.
-Tampa Bay's Dan Ellis kept his eyes on this puck:
-Flames forward Alex Tanguay ripped the Lightning for how he was treated during his time in Tampa Bay.
-The Canucks demoted forward Joel Perrault to Manitoba of the AHL and recalled forward Jonas Andersson from Manitoba.
-Shootout goals by Joffrey Lupul and Cam Fowler gave the Ducks a 3-2 shootout win against the Oilers. Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu each had a goal and an assist for Anaheim while Jonas Hiller made 34 saves in the victory. Tom Gilbert recorded two assists for Edmonton.
-Edmonton's Nikolai Khabibulin kept his eye, at least one of them, on this puck:
-Thirsty times for Khabibulin:
-Lupul (back) played in his first game in 362 days.
-The Coyotes recalled defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson from San Antonio of the AHL.
-The Stars demoted forward Francis Wathier to Texas of the AHL.
-Happy 74th birthday to former Pittsburgh Hornets forward Kenny Girard.
-Today would've been the 105th birthday of former Pittsburgh Hornets center Marty Barry. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1965.
(Photos: Avalanche/Panthers-Joel Auerbach/Getty Images; Lightning/Flames-Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press; Ducks/Oilers-John Ulan/Associated Press)