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Storm Advisory 5/30/19: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

The Blues take a WICKED PISSAH game two in Boston, Hamilton is headed to Charlotte, and Kakko skips the combine to celebrate.

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Reading Assignments

Yesterday’s News Today: About Last Season: Clark Bishop, About Last Season: Haydn Fleury

  • Shaya’s 10 Thoughts on the Charlotte Checkers. []
  • Kaapo Kakko is skipping the NHL Combine to celebrate the Finland World Championship victory. [NHL]
  • Everyone loves trades, so here are 10 trades that everyone will be talking about this year leading up to the draft. [Sportsnet]
  • Seattle has narrowed down potential sites for their minor league affiliate. [NBC Seattle]

About Last Night

The St. Louis Blues earned their first Stanley Cup Finals win — ever — over the Boston Bruins last night with a 3-2 overtime win. After four goals in the first period the game settled down until Carl Gunnarsson scored three minutes into overtime on a delayed penalty to end game two.

  • The Blues got the last laugh on Brad Marchand after winning game two. [NESN]
  • This is an honest-to-God true story: Gunnarsson got his chance, in part, because of a conversation between him and Craig Berube in the men’s room during the overtime intermission. [Washington Post]
  • Full recap of game two. [ESPN]
  • The NHL will review the Oskar Sundqvist hit that injured Matt Grzelcyk. [Sporting News]