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Quiet Crosby, Ovechkin; Jones leading Sharks; Raanta re-signs (Puck Headlines)

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• Today marks the 49th anniversary since Toronto’s last Stanley Cup championship.

• The Washington Capitals were outplayed in the opening two games by the Pittsburgh Penguins. What’s in store for Game 3? [Washington Post

• Through two games, Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin have been quiet. [Pens Initiative]

• It’ll be good to be home for the New York Islanders. [Islanders Point Blank]

• The Jonathan Drouin situation showed Steve Yzerman’s talents as a GM. [Lightning Shout

• Meet the third guy in that famous photo of a young Steven Stamkos and P.K. Subban. [The Star]

• While Joe Pavelski has been in Beast Mode, Martin Jones has been just as great for the San Jose Sharks. [Sports Illustrated]

• The Dallas Stars’ playoff inexperience showed in Game 2, but that’s OK. [Dallas Morning News]

• Brian Elliott is giving the St. Louis Blues an edge. [Post-Dispatch]

• Antti Raanta will be back with the New York Rangers as the two sides agreed to an extension. [Rangers]

• Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine for the next decade? The Winnipeg Jets are in good shape. [Jets Nation]

• “I think Laine has the biggest upside in the draft because he is already so effective.” [Buzzing the Net]

• Kentucky Derby favorite Nyquist, named after Gustav, will have the Stanley Cup in his barn at Chuchill Downs on Saturday. Just don't touch it! [LA Times

• It’s going to be an interesting summer in Boston. Here are three things GM Don Sweeney needs to do. []

• How much of an impact could Auston Matthews have in the Maple Leafs pursuit of Steven Stamkos? [Leafs Nation]

• Great behind-the-scenes look at the North Dakota’s NCAA title conquest. [Grand Forks Herald]

• Kaleigh Fratkin talks about leaving the Connecticut Whale and signing with the New York Riveters. [Along the Boards

• Marquette, Michigan will host the Buffalo Sabres and Carolina Hurricanes in next season’s Kraft Hockeyville preseason game. [Detroit News]

• One Hamilton road has been permanently turned into a street hockey rink. [CBC]

• The Windsor Spitfires will host the 2017 Memorial Cup. [Spitfires]

• These players may been injured too much for your liking, but you can’t resist them come fantasy draft time. [Dobber Hockey

• 11 things fans want to see in NHL 17. [Operation Sports]

• Young officials meet their hockey heroes: the ones wearing stripes. [USA Hockey Magazine]

• Finally, get to know future Toronto Maple Leaf Auston Matthews:



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