NHL Postseason Blog Beat – June 10, 2013.

Glen Sather considers stepping down as Rangers GM, commentaries on Nathan Horton, Phil Kessel, Jonathan Bernier, plus Absurd Goalie Monday and more.

PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski cites a report from ESPN Boston’s Jimmy Murphy claiming sources say NY Rangers GM Glen Sather could consider stepping down in the near future as Rangers GM.

Nathan Horton has once again risen to the occasion in the playoffs.

Nathan Horton has once again risen to the occasion in the playoffs.

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Ian C. McLaren on Nathan Horton getting the chance to finish in this year’s playoffs what he started in the 2011 postseason.

VINTAGE LEAF MEMORIES: Michael Langlois looks at the choices facing Leafs GM Dave Nonis regarding star forward Phil Kessel.

WINGING IT IN DETROIT: “JJ From Kansas” examines the preamble of the new NHL CBA.

BROAD STREET HOCKEY: Travis Hughes wonders if the Flyers can pry Jonathan Bernier away from the LA Kings.

IN LOU WE TRUST: John Fischer lists several UFA goalies who could help the New Jersey Devils.

DOBBER HOCKEY: Michael Amato observes the Anaheim Ducks are getting a crowded crease.

THE STRANGEST ONE OF ALL: Scotty Wazz looks at why the LA Kings came up short in their bid to repeat as Cup champions, plus looks back at the career of Jack McCartan in Absurd Goalie Monday.

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  1. Please be true … Please don’t hire someone just as evil as Glen Sather to replace Glen Sather … Please hire someone awesome.