Large crowd turns out for Kings Cup parade, updates on James van Riemsdyk and Nathan Horton, Capitals coaching situation, and more.
LOS ANGELES TIMES: Thousands of fans turned out Thursday as the King staged their Stanley Cup parade through downtown Los Angeles.
CSNPHILLY.COM: Philadelphia Flyers winger James van Riemsdyk won’t need hip surgery.
CSNNE.COM: Boston Bruins forward Nathan Horton has made good progress in his recovery from post-concussion symptoms and is set to begin exertion exercises.
WASHINGTON POST: Capitals GM George McPhee is taking his time selecting a new head coach, adding it’s unlikely an announcement of a hiring would be made prior to next weekend’s NHL entry draft.
STARTRIBUNE.COM: The Wild won’t be selecting a goaltender with the seventh overall pick in this year’s draft.
TAMPA BAY TIMES: The Lightning are moving their AHL affiliate in Norfolk to Syracuse, citing a need to reduce travel costs. Norfolk recently won the AHL Calder Cup.