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Islanders News: Children of the Revelation; Fracas in Philly; Sorokin in KHL Game 7 today

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Who the hell are these guys?
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After a day of rest, a day of practice for both the Islanders and Panthers. Elsewhere, the Wild and Kings climb back into their series and the dust settles after an ugly evening in Philadelphia.

Islanders news

  • New names like Quine, Prince and Pulock are contributing in big ways. [Newsday | NY Post | Islanders | NHL.com | Skinny on some history for Pulock]
  • The eagle eyes of video coach Matt Bertani lead directly to Aaron Ekblad's disallowed goal in Game 3 and a place in Islanders playoff lore. [LHH]
  • Todd Richards says that call changed everything. [NHL.com]
  • And more on Thomas Hickey, the OT goal-scoring hero. [Islanders]
  • Breaking down how the goal happened. [SBN]
  • The maligned Bailey-Kulemin-Nelson line are slowly picking their shit up. [Newsday]
  • Barclays Center was pumping and the players heard you and loved it. [Islanders | Newsday]
  • Radio hits and other media: Frans Nielsen on Hahn & Humpty | Butch Goring on Stellick and Simmer | Bossy on PIX11
  • The Point Blank podcast had two special guests on: Brian Compton's amazingly prescient son Christopher and some idiot from some blog called Light-something or other.
  • Panthers stuff: Reilly Smith has surprised everyone, even his own coach [NY Post] | Old man Strombone appreciates the two days between Games 3 & 4 [Miami Herald | CSN NE]
  • Stan Fischler has some thoughts on the playoffs, some of which are, shall we say, slightly behind the times. But we still love you, Maven. [MSG Networks]
  • Alert: today is Game 7 of the KHL's Gagarin Cup final, and Ilya Sorokin will try to seal the deal for CSKA. [Islanders]
  • Some ticket info for Bridgeport's playoff series against Toronto. [CT Post]

Around the league

  • The Caps scored four third period goals to beat the Flyers 6-1 and take a 3-0 lead in the series. But a few bad hits and some terrible, dangerous fan behavior left a black mark on the game. There are good, civilized Philly fans out there, but last night, the inmates ran the asylum and it looks bad for everyone. [BSH]
  • Before all that stupidity, the Flyers had a moving tribute to their late owner, Ed Snider. [The Hockey News]
  • Minnesota finally registered a pulse and won a slightly wild one against Dallas. [Wilderness]
  • Tanner Pearson scored in OT to get the Kings on the board in their series against the Sharks. [JFTC]
  • The Senators have parted ways with Binghamton coach Luke Richardson, who is seen as an NHL candidate. [Silver Seven]
  • What Don Maloney meant for the Coyotes. Gonna guess it's a little different than what he meant to Islanders fans after his tenure in Uniondale. [FFH]
  • Devils goalie Cory Schneider will join the NHL Live crew for the playoffs. [Devils]

Newly added lunchtime watching! Hickey chats about his goal with the NHL Live dudes.