More on the Kings and Devils, Stanley Cup Finals ratings, plus commentary on the Flyers, Stars, Bruins, Rick Nash, Milan Michalek and Alexander Radulov.
BACKHAND SHELF: Ellen Etchingham explains how the LA Kings overcome the odds to win the Stanley Cup.
BROAD STREET HOCKEY: Travis Hughes on why the Kings winning the Stanley Cup with former Flyers Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, only a year after they were traded, changes nothing for the Flyers.
HOLIK ON HOCKEY: Bobby Holik calls out the Flyers for trading away Richards and Carter, and for the circumstances leading up to those deals.
IN LOU WE TRUST: John Fischer examines the status of the Devils free agent not named Zach Parise.
PUCK THE MEDIA: Steve Lepore reports the ratings for the 2012 Stanley Cup Final were the lowest since 2007.
SBNATION: Mike Chen believes the Stanley Cup, not ratings, is the ultimate grassroots marketing tool.
THE CANNON: Understanding why Rick Nash wants out of Columbus should bring a sense of peace to Blue Jackets fan.
PUCK DADDY: Greg Wyshynski on the latest involving Alexander Radulov and his KHL rights.
SILVER SEVEN: Mark Parisi examines the pros and cons if the Senators were to trade forward Milan Michalek.
DEFENDING BIG D: Brad Gardner looks at this summer’s possible Dallas Stars trade bait.
STANLEY CUP OF CHOWDER: Singing praises to the NHL for rejecting the Boston Bruins new contract with Chris Kelly. Too bad this deal will likely be re-signed and resubmitted on July 1st, when the Bruins won’t be in violation of the “tagging” rule.