A late evening Shrapnel? Well, if you insist...
Meanwhile, the NHL and NHLPA agreed to set a theoretical cap for the 2012 season, and will continue negotiations over the next few weeks.
Several clubs wasted no time spending their new cap space, with Jonathan Quick, Tuukka Rask, Dennis Wideman, and Hal Gill all getting new contracts - but perhaps the biggest news on that front is Sidney Crosby is on the verge of a deal that will keep him in Pittsburgh for the rest of his career.
The Quick and Rask contracts are interesting if you're watching the goalie market, as they could help set the market for both Cory Schneider and Carey Price.
Edit: Schneider now has a deal for three years, $12 million. Will Roberto Luongo be getting a new address?
The guys at BS also have some draft day shenanigans, a look at Justin Peters, who might just be the next backup to make a big impact, and a fantastic Quiet Room look at Pavel Bure's knees.