- Detroit has the octopus, Nashville has the catfish, and Washington has... the crab? [The Washington Post]
- Maple Leafs legend Dick Duff, who scored the game winning goal to secure the 1962 Stanley Cup, lost his Stanley Cup ring in Ontario. But the couple who found the ring were determined to return it to its owner. [CBC]
- On this day in 1993...
#OTD in 1993, Marty McSorley was busted for an illegal stick that changed the course of the #StanleyCup final.— Hockey Night in Canada (@hockeynight) June 3, 2018
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- Everyone saw Tom Wilson’s late and injurious hit on Jonathan Marchessault in Las Vegas last week. It was the source of much controversy, but the biggest problem is that blindsiding hits aren’t illegal. [The Hockey News]
- Capitals T.J. Oshie and Matt Niskanen took the Metro to the game on Saturday night. Why did they do it and will it happen again tonight? [NBC]
- After their first back-to-back losses of this postseason, the cracks are starting to show in Vegas’ armor. [Sportsnet]