Monday’s Dump and Chase: One Step at a Time

Here’s your Monday links, including some IIHF and conference finals news.

Here’s a great clip of Dante Fabbro’s goal to get your Monday started right:

Devils, Rangers react to Kakko's spectacular goal at IIHF Worlds
I think everyone reacted to Kaapo Kakko's hat trick...not just the Devils and the Rangers.

Binnington inspires confidence in Blues for Game 2 against Sharks |
Will the Blues defend Jordan Binnington in Game 2?

Bruins score six against Hurricanes in Game 2, extend series lead |
The Bruins have a 2-0 series lead on the Hurricanes. Can Carolina even the score with two games in Raleigh?

Seattle expansion franchise has questions, looks to fans for answers |
I still think they should name the team after the Kraken. The Seattle Kraken or Seattle Cthulhus with a mythical, terrifying sea creature on the jersey would be SO cool.

31 Thoughts: Intrigue around NHL Draft starting to take shape |
I'm also pretty excited about the NHL Draft next month.

Mantha, Turris power Canada past Britain at world championships |
Two goals from Team Canada captain Kyle Turris and 6 others, including one from our very own Dante Fabbro, completed the rout of Great Britain in Sunday's IIHF round robin game.

Sweden routs Italy, Germany edges Denmark at world championships |
The Swedes destroyed the Italians and Germany nudged Denmark out of the way.

Deadline duds and dandies: Three deals that fell flat, three that paid playoff dividends | TheHockeyNews
Wayne Simmonds never found a way to get going in Nashville. Will he get another chance with Nashville or will he be seeking employment for the fall?

Whose Cup is it anyway? It's the Final Four and we have questions | TheHockeyNews
Will Jumbo Joe finally lift the Cup in June?

Ranking all 31 NHL organizations – right now | TheHockeyNews
Nashville is still a very good team. However, will they be able to find that missing piece to go all the way next summer?

Sharks’ Martin Jones is doing his part to silence the critics | TheHockeyNews
Martin Jones had an "ok" regular season, but he's played out of his mind in the postseason. Can he keep it up?

Have a great week, y’all.