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.
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]