NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – June 13, 2014

Latest on the Kings and Rangers, Tomas Tatar wins TSN’s NHL Play of the Year, an update on Dmitry Orlov, the Penguins latest hire and more

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Helene Elliott writes the Kings are treating their Game 4 loss in the Stanley Cup Final as a learning experience. The Kings lead the best-of-seven series three games to one and can win the Cup tonight in Game 5 on home ice in Los Angeles.

Rick Nash has yet to score in this year's Stanley Cup Final.

Rick Nash has yet to score in the Stanley Cup Final.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: After snapping a lengthy goal scoring drought during the Eastern Conference Final, Rangers winger Rick Nash is struggling to score in the Stanley Cup Final.

DETROIT FREE PRESS: Red Wings forward Tomas Tatar’s goal voted TSN’s NHL play of the year.

WASHINGTON POST: Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov recently underwent surgery on a broken left wrist suffered during the World Championships. It’s expected to keep him sidelined until late-September.

TRIBLIVE.COM: The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired Jason Karmanos as their new VP of hockey operations.

DALLAS MORNING NEWS: Texas Stars coach Willie Desjardins could soon join the NHL coaching ranks.

MOTHER JONES: The freezing, hungry lives of NHL “Ice Girls”.