EN reader Tom Ingoldsby wrote us a rather pleasant e-mail last night that included several photos of the Penguins warming up. Enjoy:
-And as if that wasn't enough, L.J. Sparvero spotted this Dan Marino Dolphins jersey last night:
EMPTY NETTER ASSISTS
-Dave Molinari's recap from last night.
-John Curry hates snow.
-What exactly are the Penguins' plans with Philippe Boucher?
-Being bad helped the Penguins be good.
-Apparently Matt Cooke has a rivalry with Wild defenseman Nick Schultz stemming from Cooke's days with Vancouver.
-Sidney Crosby cares not for curved blades.
-With John Curry hanging out with the NHL club, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins recalled goaltender David Brown from Wheeling.
-The Flyers and Mike Richards (above) unveiled their "new" old third puppy-drowning jerseys. There aren't a lot of things to like about the Flyers. This is one of them.
-Did Philadelphia general manager Paul Holmgren pull a fast one when he acquired defenseman Matt Carle?
-Flyers defenseman Luca Sbisa is living with team goon Riley Cote.
-Forward Tim Jackman has given the Islanders a boost in his limited time on the ice.
-Islanders defenseman Brendan Witt is about to come off injured reserve. Forward Kyle Okposo is dealing with an arm injury.
-Rangers forwards Brandon Dubinsky, Aaron Voros and Nikolai Zherdev are on a line called the PlayStation line.
-Senators forward Chris Neil and Mike Fisher (right) are dealing with knee injuries.
-Ottawa forward and former Penguin Jarkko Ruutu isn't very popular.
-The Sabres need forward Derek Roy to start playing better.
-Toronto's Vesa Toskala hasn't played like a No. 1 goaltender this season.
-Cam Ward made 28 saves for the Hurricanes who edged the Canadiens, 2-1.
-Carolina forward Sergei Samsonov got some revenge against his former team, the Habs.
-Nathan Horton's shootout goal gave the Panthers a 4-3 win at Tampa Bay.
-The Lightning set a franchise record by getting 52 shots on goal last night.
-Tampa Bay forward Steven Stamkos is finally feeling like a part of his team.
-Former Lightning coach Barry Melrose is still yapping about his firing.
-Is former Penguins coach Rick Tocchet (right) the right man to replace Melrose?
-Should Ilya Kovalchuk be the Thrashers' captain?
-Shootout goals by Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews gave the Blackhawks a 3-2 win at Phoenix.
-The Red Wings put forward Darren McCarty on waivers.
-Goaltender Ty Conklin has been a good addition for the Red Wings. Fire Ray Shero.
-The Red Wings' AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins, want to get their fans full of sodium nitrite and alcohol.
-The Blues claimed forward B.J. Crombeen off waivers from the Stars.
-The Blue Jackets were just plain ugly last night.
-Predators forward Jordin Tootoo needs to remain physical in order to make his mark.
-A night after leaving the ice due to a neck injury, Predators forward Jason Arnott returned to practice.
-Shawn Horcoff had a goal and two assists for the Oilers in a 7-2 win at Columbus.
-Check out the nifty passing that set up Horcoff's goal:
-Adrian Aucoin had a goal and an assists for the Flames who beat the Avalanche, 4-1.
-Avalanche defenseman Daniel Tjarnqvist needs to stay prepared as the team's seventh defenseman.
-Flames forward Matthew Lombardi isn't rooting for the Calgary Stampeders in the Grey Cup.
-Wild goaltender Niklas Backstrom did a nice job shutting the Penguins down last night.
-Canucks defenseman Alexander Edler is dealing with a throat infection.
-Dallas recalled forward James Neal from Manitoba of the AHL.
-The Stars unveiled their new third jerseys. They're apparently from Dallas:
-Stars captain Brenden Morrow has to keep his aggression in check.
-In order to save some salary cap space, the Ducks "assigned" forward Bobby Ryan and defenseman Brett Festerling to their ECHL affiliate in Bakersfield.
-We love these new injury "reports." Coyotes forward Daniel Winnik has a bruised mid-section.
-Former Devils forward Claude Lemieux signed with the Sharks. In China.
-The Burgh Blog. We hardly knew you.
(Photos: Flyers-Philadelphia Flyers; Fisher-Jim McIsaac-Getty Images; Tocchet-Chris O'Meara/Associated Press; Stars-Dallas Stars)