Stanley Cup Playoff Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers on May 23, 2014 — No Comments

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Today’s Stanley Cup 3rd Round Games:

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Canadiens 3 Rangers 2 in OT (New York leads series 2-1):

Montreal Gazette:  Galchenyuk breathes new life into Canadiens.

Habs discuss

CBC: Habs now trusting Dustin Tokarski.

New York Daily News:  King Henrik outdueled as pumped up Garden let down in Game 3 loss to Habs.

Other Cup news:

Chicago Tribune:  Quenneville urges Hawks to channel anger.

Globe and Mail:  Carter finds himself in the right place, right time.

Other NHL news:

Newsday:  Halak agrees to four-year deal with Islanders.

3rd Round AHL Playoffs – IceCaps vs. Penguins:

The Telegram:  Jaffray skates, but still listed as day-to-day with unspecified injury.

Winnipeg Sun:  Jets farm team getting more with Josh Morrissey.

The Sunday Dispatch:  Penguins ready for Eastern Conference Finals.