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Jared’s Daily: Cassidy Comes A Long Way; Laviolette Lands?



Former Capitals coach Bruce Cassidy

Before he guided Vegas to the Stanley Cup Final, Bruce Cassidy got his first NHL head coaching opportunity in Washington.

That and more from around the league in today’s daily.

Washington Capitals

A look back on Bruce Cassidy’s forgettable two seasons coaching the Capitals. [WHN]

Ex-Caps coach Peter Laviolette appears likely to be the next head coach of the New York Rangers, according to a report. [WHN]

Stanley Cup Final

At 21-years old, Panthers forward Anton Lundell is blossoming on the national stage. [Florida Hockey Now]

Fans packed the place for the Golden Knights’ Monday practice. [Vegas Hockey Now]

From The National Hockey Now Network

The Calgary Flames officially promoted assistant Ryan Huska to head coach. [Calgary Hockey Now]

Philadelphia Flyers Travis Konecny and Scott Laughton are drawing trade interest as a rumored fire sale nears. [Philly Hockey Now]

Replacing free agent Brian Dumoulin? For the Penguins, it’s much harder than you’d think. [Pittsburgh Hockey Now]

Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson, 35, is not considering retirement. He’s a free agent this offseason. [Colorado Hockey Now]

The San Jose Sharks have inked 2022 first-round draft choice Filip Bystedt to a three-year, entry level contract. [San Jose Hockey Now]

Fourteen years later, Henrik Zetterberg still can’t believe the Red Wings drafted him. [Detroit Hockey Now]

Jared Serre covers the Washington Capitals for Washington Hockey Now. He is a graduate of West Virginia University.