*Thank the gods for Olympic camps giving us something to talk about during these dark, hockey-less days. We've got camp rosters for Russia (no Bryz - snap!), Canada (Ginger Jesus makes an appearance), USA, Finland (Timo!), and Sweden (Gus and Grossmann!). Discuss.
*On the Canadian hockey camp snubs. (CBC)
*Jaromir Jagr has signed with the Devils. (In Lou We Trust)
*The Flames have signed their first round pick, Sean Monahan. (SB Nation)
*On the importance of shot quantity in the stats-o-sphere. (Backhand Shelf)
*TSN's Scott Cullen compares his 2013 point projections to the actual results. (TSN)
*The Leafs fans on length of attacking zone shifts and how that proves the importance of players that can move the puck. (PPP)
*Speaking of stats, StatsNerdGod Nate Silver is turning his attention from politics back to sports, teaming up with ESPN. Since it's ESPN we probably won't get too much hockey analysis from Silver, but one can dream. (ESPN)
*ASF on next season's can't-miss games. (Flyers)
*Meltzer with a retrospective on the Flyers' top-11 single-game PIM earners. (Hockeybuzz)
*Our friends over at Mile High Hockey are passing the time this offseason with an extensive history of ice hockey. Part one here.
*And finally, here's Jeremy Roenick punching a guy in the face at a golf tournament. Because he was asked to. (Deadspin)