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Malkin's higher level; Sharks 'must win' Game 4 (Puck Headlines)

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• Joe Thornton’s first hockey card, when he was a 16-year-old with the Soo Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League. [Puck Junk]

• Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin has “another level” to his game. He has been held without a point so far in the Stanley Cup Final. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

• How Penguins goaltender Matt Murray played Saturday’s game-winning goal by the San Jose Sharks in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. [Pensburgh]

• Game 3 was the ‘one that got away’ for the Pittsburgh Penguins [The Pens Blog]

• The Sharks’ Game 3 win doesn’t change their situation going to into Game 4. It’s another must-win. Going down 3-1 is tough for a comeback. [San Jose Mercury News]

• Some of the top players for the Penguins and Sharks have struggled to produce this Cup Final. After three games the “heat is on” to produce. [Sportsnet]

• The Sharks say they’re “not too worried” about how the Pittsburgh Penguins have outshot them in the Cup Final. [CSN Bay Area]

• Listen to all the calls for Joonas Donskoi’s Game 3 overtime winner. One of which is from Sharks’ ‘Day One’ radio broadcaster Dan Rusanowsky, who is calling his first Cup Final. [Fear the Fin]

• Famed rock band Metallica will perform the national anthem prior to Game 4 of the Cup Final at SAP Center. Each of the guitars used during the performance will be signed by the members of the band, displayed on the concourse during the game and then donated to the Sharks Foundation to be auctioned off. []

• The Sharks’ young stars are finally stepping up in this Cup Final. [Blades of Teal]

• From the Cow Palace to the Cup Final – the long history of the San Jose Sharks. [TSN]

• The Pittsburgh Penguins’ defense has been rock solid. They're generally considered the team's weaker part.  [ESPN]

• Should the Toronto Maple Leafs give an offer sheet to New York Rangers forward T.J. Miller? [Editor in Leaf]

• Boston University freshman defenseman Charlie McAvoy is the type of blueliner the Bruins need in the upcoming NHL Draft. [CSN New England]

• Can the New York Rangers land prized college free agent Jimmy Vesey this summer? Vesey was a 2012 draft pick by the Nashville Predators, but opted for free agency instead of signing with Nashville. [New York Post]

• A lot of the chatter about the Calgary Flames is that they need to improve their goaltending. But really the Flames need to improve their defense as well. [Today’s Slapshot]

• Former Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo opens up about a tough stretch following his retirement from the NHL. [The Athletic]

• The top-100 prospects in the upcoming NHL Draft. [The Hockey Writers]

• Defenseman Jakob Chychrun would be happy to play for the Buffalo Sabres if the team picks him in the upcoming NHL Draft.  [Buffalo Hockey Beat]

• Dominique Ducharme will coach Team Canada in the upcoming World Junior Championships. [Hockey Canada]

•  Re-signing P.A. Parenteau would be a good move for the right value for the Toronto Maple Leafs. [Pension Plan Puppets]

• Goalies shined at the NHL Draft combine. But does fitness testing matter all that much? [Buzzing the Net]

• Stan Fischler opines about potential expansion, and what an upcoming ownership change means for the New York Islanders. [Daily Freeman]

• The Dallas Stars need to make a blockbuster trade to find a long-term partner for defenseman John Klingberg. [Dallas Morning News]

• Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones leads the pack of top fourth-year players to keep an eye for next season from a fantasy perspective. [Dobber Hockey]

• Finally, Dylan Larkin, Riley Sheahan and Luke Glendening go racing around the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix.







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