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Not talkin' about the Wave...
Not talkin' about the Wave...
Marilyn Indahl-USA TODAY Sports

Guys and Gals, I love musicals. They are awesome. They are a combination of two of my favorite things: story telling and music. And to make things better: you can be as ridiculous in them as you want!

And so: we have this: Legally Blonde the Musical.

Wild News

Wild coaching search begins: Fletcher meets with Torchetti, makes contact with Boudreau | StarTribune.com
The last time Boudreau was unemployed, that lasted two days. And with the Wild and Ottawa Senators the only two current teams looking for coaches besides Anaheim, Fletcher had to get a move on it.

Off the Trail

Popular Blackhawks blog shuts down after team’s ‘indefensible’ actions | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From HockeeNight’s ‘CT’: "Yeah, I don't see it as sending any kind of message to the organization.  For everyone involved, this was a something done in their spare time, and the Blackhawks are making me question how much of my spare time I should be devoting to them.

Watch: Letang whacked on head by leaping Backstrom | theScore.com
This type of crash is obviously worrisome for the Penguins and Letang, who has suffered concussions previously. He did stay in the game.

Watch: Capitals' Johansson helped off ice after late hit by Letang | theScore.com
For the second straight game in the Washington Capitals-Pittsburgh Penguins series, a dangerous hit has led to a player being helped off the ice.

Amanda Kessel Joins NWHL, Signs With Riveters | The Hockey Writers
University of Minnesota forward Amanda Kessel has signed a one-year deal worth $26,000 with the New York Riveters. That is more than any contract from the 2015-16 season.

Gostisbehere, McDavid, Panarin are Calder Finalists | The Hockey Writers
The NHL announced Monday that Shayne Gostisbehere, Connor McDavid and Artemi Panarin are the league’s 2016 Calder finalists, honoring the league’s best rookie.

USA Hockey Sends Luke Glendening Home From Worlds | The Hockey Writers
USA Hockey has sent home Detroit Red Wings forward Luke Glendening, the team announced Monday.