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.
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”.