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• Always have to be prepared.
• Pekka Rinne’s Finnish pals around the world are cheering him on to win the Stanley Cup. [New York Times]
• No catfish in Pittsburgh and no tickets for Penguins fans in Nashville. [Tennessean]
• These penguins at the Tennessee Aquarium have pledged their loyalty to the Predators. [WKRN]
• It’s clear: NHL offside reviews need changing. [National Post]
• Long-time NHL enforcer Chris Simon is filing for bankruptcy and is surviving on social assistance and disability checks. [Ottawa Citizen]
• Former NHL Kevin Stevens is in AA trying to get his life back together. [Boston Globe]
• Marc Savard would like to see mandatory suspensions for all headshots. [Sportsnet]
• Is this the summer we see some offer sheets thrown around? (Don’t hold your breath.) [Raw Charge]
• Looking back at the year that the Stanley Cup wasn’t handed out due to a flu pandemic. [OZY]
• The Anders Bjork signing is a nice boost to the youth of the Boston Bruins. [Boston Sports Desk]
• Who would serve your fantasy hockey team better, Jason Zucker or Tanner Pearson? [Dobber Hockey]
• Finally, how do Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin compare to Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr?