-If you happen to be at Buonanotte, a restaurant in Montreal, tomorrow between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m. annnnddd.... you're a fan of Kris Letang (right) and/or the Stanley Cup... good news.
-Sidney Crosby has a new Stanley Cup-heavy Fathead.
-There's at least one person in Sterling, Ont. who isn't mad at Matt Cooke.
-The great Mike Zigomanis' name has been taken down from the Penguins' roster on the team's Web site.
-Miroslav Satan was invited to Slovakia's summer Olympic camp. Other former Penguins included with the camp are forwards Marian Hossa and Zigmund Palffy and defenseman Richard Lintner.
-Could Maxime Talbot's injury create an opportunity for Wyatt Smith to make the NHL club out of training camp?
-Speaking of Talbot, check out this t-shirt.
-Former Penguins defenseman and Grand Rapids Griffins coach Jim Paek is running a youth camp in Grand Rapids.
-It looks like former Wilkes-Barre/Scranton goaltender Nolan Schaefer has signed with CSKA Moscow of the KHL.
-The Wheeling Nailers re-signed forward Andrew Lord and signed former Dayton Bombers defenseman Nathan Schwartzbauer.
-The Islanders re-signed restricted free agent forward Blake Comeau (right) to a two-year deal.
-Today might be the most important day in the history of the Islanders.
-The NHLPA said it will defend the contracts Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger and Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa signed last month.
-It looks like Sabres defenseman Teppo Numminen is on the verge of retiring.
-Washington coach Bruce Boudreau denied telling forward Michael Nylander he wasn't good enough to play for the Capitals last season.
-Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin has an interesting pre and postgame routine.
-Red Wings forward Jiri Hudler was awarded a two-year contract worth a total of $5.75 million in arbitration.
-Detroit will not be raising ticket prices for season ticket holders.
-The Toledo Walleyes, a new ECHL franchise, will be affiliated with the Red Wings.
-Former Chicago Wolves general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff was hired by the Blackhawks as assistant general manager.
-Canucks forward Alex Burrows (right) is being investigated by police over a charge that he violently struck a goaltender in the face with his stick during a Montreal summer league game.
-A U.S. Bankrupcy Court judge declared Jim Balsillie's bid for the Coyotes as the "highest and best" among the three offers for the team.
(Photo: Letang-Bruce Bennett/Getty Images; Comeau-Jim McIsaac/Getty Images; Burrows-Kim Stallknecht/Getty Images)