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Stanley Cup Playoff Papers

Latest from the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Note: Reminder that if any game in the Stanley Cup Final goes to overtime, we will be having our #ICOTpool contest.  Similar to the #ICGWG contest in that you pick one player (total) from either team and @ tweet us (@illegalcurve) with your selection as well as the hashtag #ICOTpool.  Winner gets IC Gear.

Stanley Cup Scores & Games:

Game 4: Hawks @ Bruins at 7 pm cst.

Stanley Cup News (Boston leads series 2-1):

Boston Herald:  For Bruins, low scores a regular occurrence.

Boston Herald:   Brad Marchand, Andrew Shaw scratch surface.

Chicago Sun-Times:  Relaxed Blackhawks not feeling the heat – but they should.

Chicago Sun-Times:  Center Bolland realizes he can’t afford a 3-peat in Game 4.

Other NHL news:

Globe and Mail:  Gretzky firmly believes NHL will return to Quebec City.

Winnipeg Jets news:

Jets Official site:  Lukas Sutter profile.  A little insight into the Jets 2nd round selection in 2012.

Sportsnet:  Off-season outlook for Winnipeg.  Another assessment of where the Jets are and what needs to get done.

Winnipeg Free Press:  Bogosian too important an asset to let slip away No question the Jets need to get Bogosian signed to a long term deal.  And while fans would like to see this done asap, it might still be awhile before it gets done.
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Winnipeg Sun:  True North opens its Shark Club gaming centreIf you are looking for a place to watch the game in style check out this new facility in the heart of downtown.

TSN:  Evander Kane interview on Mike Richards in the Morning  (audio).  The Jets forward spoke with Toronto radio yesterday.  According to the review they covered “It was a tough year for the Winnipeg Jets not only narrowly missing out on the playoffs but also a South East division title. Playing in a hockey hotbed such as Winnipeg has its pros & cons, but the atmosphere at the arena is completely different from Atlanta. It should be interesting to see how the Jets stack up in the Midwest division next year.”