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Pekka Rinne’s Yearlong Journey from Anguish to Triumph – On the Forecheck
Just over a year ago, Pekka Rinne was in San Jose, reflecting on whether his best chance at glory had come and gone. What a journey it has been since then.

Stanley Cup Final 2017: Predators hopeful Mike Fisher can return for Game 1 | NHL | Sporting News

Good news! Hopefully, to match the skill of the East, Gaudreau anchors the fourth line.

35 years after saving the Caps, GM David Poile reaches Stanley Cup with Predators – The Washington Post
More love for GMDP, hockey trade wizard.

The Road to the Stanley Cup Began in Milwaukee – On the Forecheck
Nashville’s home-grown talent carries them into first Stanley Cup Finals.

Cabbie Presents: P.K. Subban – Video – TSN
Is there a camera that P.K. Subban doesn’t look great in front of?

Around Hockey

Friedman Examines Expansion Draft Variables For Ducks – Fanrag
Any chance it involves Ryan Kesler getting traded to the KHL?

Texts, e-mails show how Ramsey AD and hockey coach had to cater to BOE president and son | NJ.com
Hockey parents, great as they are, need to realize that their kids are not Wayne Gretzky.

0-for-5: Reliving the Senators’ painful Game 7 history | theScore.com
These were from a while ago. Shouldn’t affect these current Senators.

Canadiens’ Markov headed to Russia after death of sons’ mom
The five-year-old boys — Andrei and Mark — were born in Montreal but have lived in Russia

Big Read: The bruising Windsor natives who saved the Spitfires – Sportsnet.ca
I feel like either Windsor or Erie will win the Memorial Cup this year.

2017 Stanley Cup – The real story behind playoff beards
The official origins of the playoff beard are a little fuzzy, but we suspect there was at least a little bit of spite – and respect, of course – involved in the legend of the storied tradition that continues to this day.

Penguins confident they can beat Craig Anderson in Game 7 – Yahoo! Sports
Here’s hoping the Senators win in eight overtimes.

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