Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.
Let’s go over some news and notes:
– It was a rough year for Mark Stone, but the captain is still one of the best two-way forwards in the game (when healthy). [Knights On Ice]
– No one has any idea what the Golden Knights’ offseason is going to look like, but it doesn’t hurt to make some predictions. [SinBin.vegas]
– Nic Hague could potentially be moved this offseason, but don’t rule out a team trying to pull a fast one with an offer sheet. [The Athletic]
In other news…
– The Hall of Fame Class of 2022 is here! That’s fun and exciting. [NHL]
– The Blackhawks have a new head coach, and it’s none other than Luke Richardson. [Second City Hockey]
– Don Sweeney earned himself a contract extension with the Bruins, which is a bit surprising considering he’s not very good at his job. [Stanley Cup Of Chowder]
– The hockey season is over, and that stinks. But you know what doesn’t stink? Draft season! Even though the Golden Knights don’t have a first-round pick. Here’s what’s happening in the SB Nation NHL Mock Draft.
The season is over, which is sad. But the SB Nation NHL Mock Draft starts today, which is good!
— SB Nation NHL (@SBNationNHL) June 27, 2022
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