Tuesday's Dump & Chase: The Calm Before the Storm
It's Stanley Cup Final Eve...can you feel the excitement? I cannot. Call me if Tampa goes up 2-0 in the series, though. That would raise my interest, no doubt about it.
Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey
Fiala Eyes Nashville: "I'm Going to be Playing Here" - Nashville Predators
Report: John Hynes to be named head coach of the Devils | ProHockeyTalk
Hugs for Phil Housley.
Stanley Cup finals predictions-ESPN
Bless you, Buccigross, Burnside, and Strang. Everybody else can go suck an egg.
Mirtle: A Stanley Cup final of dynasties past, present and (maybe) future - The Globe and Mail
No shame in hopping on the Chicago Blackhawks' bandwagon - Second City Hockey
It's never too late to pass out in your own vomit with all the other cool kids.
2015 NHL Stanley Cup Finals: The few Blackhawks and Lightning franchise connections - Raw Charge
Let's keep these to a minimum.
Blackhawks vs. Lightning Stanley Cup Preview: Who has the better goalie? | Puck Daddy
Imagine a Crawford for Bishop trade is proposed...who says no? That's your answer.
Mats Zuccarello had brain contusion, lost ability to talk, move arm following slapshot to the head | The Hockey News
You need both of those things to play hockey. And most everything else. Get well soon.
Sportsnet's Top 30 NHL Draft Prospects - Sportsnet.ca
Happy to not have to care about this for the first time in a while.
Ducks must deal with their case of stage fright to reach another Stanley Cup Final - The Orange County Register
Happy to not have to care about the Ducks anymore, as well.
Report: The Canucks are inexplicably shopping Eddie Lack-Puck Drunk Love
I wonder if they'd be interested in a nice young man named Carter Hutton?
Coyotes to Unveil New Jerseys & Uniforms at NHL Draft Viewing Party on June 26 - Arizona Coyotes
Should include a cactus, IMO.
A Hockey Celebration Gets A Little Weird-Deadspin
Just some solid sportsmanship here.
The Sporting News is hiring 80 part-timers in digital revolution-Awful Announcing
WE'RE ALL MOVING TO CHARLOTTE, BYE.