-Here's your public transportation schedule for Sidney Crosby's day with the Stanley Cup in Cole Harbour, N.S.
-See ya Janne Pesonen (above).
-Surprisingly, Pesonen and the Pens is taking the news well.
-It looks like former Penguins forward Ramzi Abid has signed with Traktor Chelyabinsk of the KHL.
-The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hired former United States National Development Program coach John Hynes as an assistant coach.
-The Rangers declined to offer forward Nikolai Zherdev (right) a contract after he was awarded $3.9 million in arbitration. As a result, Zherdev is now an unrestricted free agent.
-And since a few of you have asked us via e-mail, no thanks. The Penguins' don't need him.
-Here's one guy who won't retire. Forward Brendan Shanahan has agreed to terms with the Devils.
-It seems like the Islanders' public meeting on Long Island went well.
-The Senators re-signed goaltender Brian Elliott to a two-year deal.
-Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller doesn't understand social networking sites.
-Lightning goaltender Mike Smith, who missed much of last season due to a concussion, was hit in the head with a puck recently.
-The Red Wings signed former Hurricanes forward Patrick Eaves to a one-year deal.
-Blues forward Paul Kariya sure likes his rollerblading.
-Canucks general manager Mike Gillis took over as the franchise's president when Chris Zimmerman resigned as president and CEO.
-Sharks forward Jeremy Roenick (right) is expected to announce his retirement tomorrow.
-The Stars have hired former Oilers defenseman Charlie Huddy as an assistant coach.
-The NHLPA will not honor a contract of a player injured in his summer Olympic camp.
-We're only including this because it involved a former Penguins affiliate. The Muskegeon Lumberjacks signed awesomely-named forward Robin Big Snake.
(Photo: Pesonen-Nathan Denette/Associated Press/Canadian Press; Zherdev-Chris McGrath/Getty Images; Roenick-Tony Avelar/Associated Press)