Pen Points: Flyers can return to Flyering again

Another summer Monday, and no real news about the penguins again (anytime now, Mr. Ron…). Anyway, here are some visits and treatments on a fairly pleasant news day here in Pensburgh.

The New York Headshots were finally and rightly eliminated from the playoffs, after tricking and hurting the goalkeeper in nearly three rounds. Look, you suckers! [NHL.com]

In even more hilarious things to happen to competitors, the pilots return to Barry Trotz and John Tortorella for a vacant master training job. Tough choice, let’s see how it is done! After grumbling about the penguins with the Rangers and Columbus, the ol’ Torts only need Philly and Washington to complete the Scumbag Arena. [Daily Faceoff]

Switching to the Stanley Cup Final, will Nazim Qadri (new thumb surgery) be a factor? [Mile High Hockey]

On the flip side, a returning star position for Tampa is more likely, with Brayden Point likely to return after missing all of the last two rounds in Lightning. Fantastic, everything they need for a skilled striker who is dynamic and superior to the game.. [NHL.com]

For the first time in 20 years, the Avs are back in the Stanley Cup Final. I don’t feel like it’s been that long, and they’ve been good too in the last 20 years, which shows how hard it is to do it, and why enjoying the experience is so important. [Mile High Hockey]

Could he be the next superstar coach…Marc Savard? The betting odds make it the favourite. [Defending Big D]

Time to find out about the 2022 prospects draft. This ranking has a Swedish defender in 21st place, a ‘bruised body defender of 6’5’ and £225. He likes to engage opponents with a shoulder check and stick.” Is that something you might be interested in? [On the Forecheck]

Looking at the compatibility between free-going agent Phil Hoso and the Edmonton Oilers. [Copper n Blue]

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