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Bolts, Pens Game 7; Girardi's future; Peter Stastny sounds off (Puck Headlines)

Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com.

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• P.K. Subban shows up and that’s how you play, Toronto Raptors? 

• From Max Talbot to Mike Rupp, Game 7 heroes aren’t always the superstars coming through. [Post-Gazette]

• Why did Mike Sullivan go to Marc-Andre Fleury for Game 5? He had a pretty good reason. [Sporting News

• Matt Carle should sit in favor of Slater Koekkoek for Game 7. [Raw Charge]

• Andrei Vasilevskiy will need to special in order to punch Tampa’s ticket back to the Stanley Cup Final. [Tampa Bay Times]

• “The National Hockey League may miss out on as much as $200 million this season because of the slide of the Canadian dollar, according to league commissioner Gary Bettman.” [Bloomberg]

• It’s looking like Dan Girardi won’t be leaving the New York Rangers anytime soon. [NY Post]

• Peter Stastny doesn’t hold back in talking about the current state of hockey in Slovakia. [ESPN.com]

• The Red Deer Rebels advanced to the semifinals of the Memorial Cup with a win over the Brandon Wheat Kings. [Sportsnet]

• Talk of the NFL and Las Vegas hasn’t fazed any hope of putting a team in Sin City. [The Hockey News]

• “Former players are suing the NHL over concussions, but remain loyal to hockey” [Washington Post]

• Sheldon Keefe has provided a huge boost for the AHL’s Toronto Marlies. [Buzzing the Net]

• Boy, that Kevan Miller signing in Boston, eh? [Boston Sports Desk]

- How do you improve the Bruins' defense? [Bruins Daily]

• If Meghan Duggan leaves the Buffalo Beauts, how does the NWHL replace that void? [Today’s Slapshot]

• Injury-prone players in fantasy hockey: avoid them or pounce since no one else would want them? [Dobber Hockey]

• Canadian university hockey players lend a helping hand to Fort McMurray residents. [Yahoo Eh Game]

• Alpo Suhonen, the former Chicago Blackhawks head coach, takes over the lead role with Austria. [IIHF]

• Chatting with former Philadelphia Flyer Brian Propp. [Along the Boards

• Finally, another episode of "The Road," with a look at the relationship between agents and athletes:

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