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Daily Dashboard May 16, 2013

As fast as the puck races down the ice a new day is upon us once again. While there was only one NHL game to occupy your attention

last night it was a classic between two original 6 rivals and the last one we will see after the new re-alignment kicks in. So whether you’re a fan of either the Chicago Blackhawks or Detroit Red Wings or not, cherish this series.

Tonight there are two games scheduled to go down, a game one and a game two. A chance to break the ice and make an impact and a chance to take a series over. Should be an exciting night, but before we get there you need to get caught up on the latest news from the NHL world. Sit back, enjoy your coffee and take a stroll around the NHL world.

Marcus Foligno has been a great benefit for the Buffalo Sabres and he’s only going to get better. Check out the value he brings to the team. [Rant Sports]

Round one is in the books and it saw 3 game 7′s. With round two underway, which series’ are likely to go the distance? [Bleacher Report]

San Jose Sharks, forward Raffi Torres is on the hot seat once again. How much will it cost him? [Edmonton Journal]

For all you who miss former Buffalo Sabres captain Jason Pominville, here’s his 10 best moments in blue and gold. [Rant Sports]

With Tomas Vokoun likely taking over between the pipes for the Pittsburgh Penguins for the foreseeable future, can the Penguins win the cup with him? [Bleacher Report]

Yankee Stadium will be used for more than just baseball. It will host two outdoor NHL games as a part of the NHL’s new stadium series. Who will play, check it out here. [CBC]

See how Pascal Dupuis is stealing the spotlight in Pittsburgh. [NHL]

With the first round of the playoffs in the books see what we learned. [Puck Stops Here]

Lastly, I’ll leave you with a video to get your morning off on the right foot or the wrong one, you decide. It appears that not only are the Ottawa Senators back, they’ve also brought “pesky” back.


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