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Sullivan's passion; Hertl's injury; Bowness stays with Bolts (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.

• Not only do the Pittsburgh Penguins get the Stanley Cup for a year, they’re also getting a WWE championship belt from the “Cerebral Assassin.”  

• The Penguins’ Stanley Cup title backed up the fancy stats. [Five Thirty Eight

• Mike Sullivan’s passion was one key element of the Penguins’ Cup conquest. [ESPN.com

• A right knee injury was what sidelined Tomas Hertl during the San Jose Sharks’ final four games of the Final. He said he won’t need surgery and is still hoping to play for the Czech Republic at the World Cup of Hockey in September. [Mercury News]

• Great read on the baseball side of Gordie Howe. [Medium]

• When Gordie met Houston. [Houston Press]

• NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman still has faith in the future of Raleigh as a market, despite the issues surrounding owner Peter Karmanos. [News & Observer]

• Sebastian Aho, one of Carolina’s top prospects, has inked his entry-level deal. [Hurricanes]

• Nazem Kadri needs to be more aware that referees are looking his way when it comes to embellishment. [Editor in Leaf]

• After reportedly interviewing for the Anaheim Ducks’ head coaching job, Rick Bowness is staying on with the Tampa Bay Lightning after signing an extension. [Tampa Bay Times]

• Brad Shaw could be joining the John Tortorella’s staff in Columbus after 10 years in St. Louis. [Columbus Dispatch]

• Dan Cloutier takes over for Roland Melanson as goalie coach for the Canucks. [Vancouver Sun]

• Jeff Zatkoff has come a long way from his days in the ECHL. [ECHL]

• Some real dandies on the list of top 10 saves of the 2016 playoffs. [In Goal Mag]

• Who would make a Nashville Predators “Ring of Honor” if they installed one at Bridgestone Arena? [Tennessean]

• The Vancouver Canucks sit at No. 5 in the draft. Should they deal the pick? [Pass it to Bulis]

• A good look at the various draft rankings of the NHL’s top prospects ahead of this month’s entry draft. [The Blogger’s Tribune

• A look at the top 50 defenseman for fantasy hockey next season. [Dobber Hockey]

• 10 players who will find themselves in trade rumors this summer. [Post-Dispatch

• What breakout rookie could be next year’s Shayne Gostisbehere? [Today’s Slapshot]

NHL 17 is taking big strides toward being a complete hockey video game. [Destructoid]

• Finally, here’s the Hockey Night in Canada season-ending montage:

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