Hey, all! Now that The Stanley Cup Final is over, I’d like to take a moment to congratulate the Pittsburgh Penguins and their fans on achieving hockey immortality. It’s not easy to win one Stanley Cup, let alone two. So kudos on a job well done. Also, if you’re reading this, please come home, Ron Hainsey.
With that let’s take a look at what’s in the news for Tuesday, June 13, 2017:
Winnipeg Jets’ notes:
Here is your Pilot’s Logbook for captain Blake Wheeler. [Jets Nation]
Is it time to cut ties with Brandon Tanev? [Hockey Buzz]
The development of Josh Morrissey is going precisely to plan. [Jets Nation]
Tessier pontificates how contract extensions to both Kevin Cheveldayoff and Paul Maurice might shake out. [Hockey Buzz]
Chase De Leo reminisces upon his 2012-13 WHL Championship. [Moose Hockey]
Former Manitoba Moose and St. John’s Ice Caps bench boss Keith McCambridge will be joining the Hartford Wolfpack. [Hartford Courant]
Around the NHL:
Get all your Pittsburgh Penguins 2016-17 Stanley Cup Champion coverage here. [Pensburgh]
Marc-Andre Fleury has waived his no movement clause so he’s likely headed to Vegas on the next flight out. [TSN]
Sidney Crosby is your 2017 Conn Smythe winner. [Sportsnet]
Nathan Beaulieu could have played his last game as a Montreal Canadien. [EOTP]
Finally, here’s a great ESPN video on the challenging year of Craig Cunningham.