The birds are chirping, the flowers are beginning to spring and the smell of playoff beards is almost in the air as spring hits the hockey world.
Let's take a look at some of the best moments in the sport from the past week:
Sidney Crosby reaches 1,400 points in style
Stop me if you've heard this before: Sidney Crosby did something amazing. This past weekend, the Penguins captain recorded his 1,400th point, becoming the seventh-fastest player to reach the mark.
Another day, another magical moment for Crosby who continues to make more history in his outstanding career.
Nobody needs to question his Hockey Hall of Fame credentials. There's probably already a jacket sitting for him as I type this.
Children of NHLers always make for wholesome content
Scientific studies have shown there is no time in history when kids of hockey players watch their parents warm up by the glass that hasn't been adorable. The Colorado Avalanche released a video showing a mic'd up Naylah Kadri watching her dad Nazem warm up before a recent home game.
It's always a fun moment when we get to see elements of players' lives beyond what happens during games.
Wearing the net, a new hockey tradition?
The Denver Pioneers captured their ninth men's NCAA title with a 5-1 win over the Minnesota State on Saturday night. After the win, we saw one of the more stranger moments in recent post-game memory.
Pioneers blueliner and Florida Panthers prospect Mike Benning showed up to the post-game press conference wearing a piece of one of the nets under his hat.
Well, OK then.