Chicago dresses Pronger up in a dress

With the Stanley Cup final shifting back to Philadelphia for Wednesday’s Game 6, the Chicago Tribune today offered a little gift to Blackhawks fans in the form of Chris Pronger showing some (Photoshopped) leg on its back page with the tagline of “Chrissy Pronger : Looks like Tarzan, skates like Jane,” highlighting just how serious a slight this really is.

Agent: No talks with Caps about Theodore

It appears the Caps are prepared to make a change in net next season.

The agent for goaltender Jose Theodore , who just completed his second season in Washington, said there have been no discussions regarding an extension for the 33-year-old unrestricted free agent to be.

“They haven’t communicated with me at all,” Don Meehan said this morning from his Toronto-area office.

Cashing In On Dual Offer Sheets

The words “offer sheet” combine for a horribly dirty phrase for some in the hockey world. It’s considered dirty pool by many fans and major media personalities, while general managers like Darcy Regier and Brian Burke take it as a personal affront. Though it’s not such a terrible sleight that it prevents them from later making moves that they deem right for the team, such as unloading Ales Kotalik on the evil guys that send out offer sheets.

Red Wings News

The Wings have offered a two-year deal to unrestricted free-agent forward Todd Bertuzzi . They also have extended qualifying offers to all five of their restricted free agents: forwards Patrick Eaves, Drew Miller, Justin Abdelkader and Darren Helm and defenseman Derek Meech . There have been some preliminary talks with the agents for Eaves and Miller. Eaves, Miller and Meech all have arbitration rights.

Boucher waves goodbye

Only hours after it appeared that maybe Guy Boucher would indeed remain in the Canadiens family he so glowingly spoke about last Thursday, it appears the talented young coach is going to be joining Steve Yzerman,Stamkos, St. Louis and Vincent Lecavalier in Tampa Bay. ‘s Martin Leclerc reported late Monday night that Boucher is indeed taking Yzerman’s offer to become his first coaching hire. And it’s a mighty good one, I might add.