It's Tuesday and you look like you could use some Kasparaitis.
- Thomas Greiss survived jet lag and went 3-0 to help take Germany to the World Championship quarterfinals. [LHH | IIHF]
- A review of the Islanders defense and what to expect heading into next year. [Newsday]
- A final prospect look at the trio of forwards who were in their respective OHL, WHL and QMJHL finals. [Isles]
- Another way of looking at Isles prospects, through various individual "awards" (most improved, underachieved, etc.) [Hockey's Future]
- Darius Kasparaitis, on his career (which is still continuing, kind of): "If I had gone to the NHL ten years earlier, they would have killed me. And if I had gone ten years later, they would have put me into the penalty box all the time." [IIHF]
From the Beyond
- Sidney Crosby scored early in overtime to give the Penguins a 3-2 win and even their series with the Lightning at 1-1. [NHL]
- Jeremy Roenick said more silly things during last night's broadcast, and one target of his critiques scored the overtime winner, naturally. [The Comeback]
- Some instant learnings from Game 2. [NHL.com]
- Anton Stralman, who last saw action when he broke his leg in a tangle with Anders Lee, had his 2016 playoff debut and scored a goal (but was out of position on the winner). [NHL]
- The decision about when Steven Stamkos can comeback, or if during these playoffs, could come soon. [TSN]
- Dylan McIlrath: Needs to be part of Rangers' future, not a punchline. [Blueshirt Banter]
- Here is the schedule and times for the [credit card of some sort] Memorial Cup.
- The Toronto Marlies veterans beat the Albany Devils veterans in Game 7 to reach the AHL East final. [Tor. Star]
- NHL participation in the 2018 Olympics isn't looking so hot. [Edmonton Journal]