Updates on the New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes and Nashville Predators.
NORTHJERSEY.COM: Ilya Kovalchuk feels more comfortable this season as a Devil now that his family is living with him in New Jersey. That accounts in part for why his play has improved this season.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: Rangers forward Brian Boyle has not been as effective as he was helping his team defeat the Ottawa Senators.
LOS ANGELES TIMES: Kings rookie Dwight King has scored four of his five playoffs goals this spring against the Phoenix Coyotes in the Western Conference Final.
ARIZONA REPUBLIC: The Phoenix Coyotes try to deal with being down 3-0 in their Conference Final series against the Kings.
NASHVILLE EXAMINER: Predators captain Shea Weber feels “a little bit betrayed” by teammate Alexander Radulov, who along with Andrei Kostitsyn broke a team curfew during the Predators series against the Phoenix Coyotes, resulting in a team suspension and becoming an unwelcome distraction. Weber feels the way he does because he has stood up for Radulov back in March and wanted him back with the Predators.