*BSH Radio with Kurt and Travis is back tonight at 7PM EST. Listen to last week's episode here!
*The Flyers have high hopes for their three newest defensive prospects. (Flyers)
*Meltzer on Team USA's choice of Peter Laviolette as assistant coach. (Hockeybuzz)
*Peter Laviolette and Dan Bylsma make a bit of an odd coaching couple. (Philly.com)
*Here's a look at the 2014 Heritage Classic logo. (Icethetics)
*A couple of excellent articles analyzing zone entries and zone exits during the playoffs from Hurricanes blog Shutdown Line.
*If you've been reading Eyes on the Prize's Stat Summer School series, here's your first quiz.
*The Nashville Predators seem to do really well when they lose neutral zone faceoffs. Tyler Dellow looks at why. (mc79hockey)
*After a pretty lengthy absence from the NHL, Paul Ranger signs with the Leafs. Also, the Canucks are reportedly close to extending Sedin and keeping Luongo.
*On the difference between playing on Olympic and NHL-sized ice. (Backhand Shelf)
*The six most perplexing decisions of this NHL post season. (Grantland)