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.

Rangers need more from Boyle.

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.