Jared’s Daily: Hershey Bears Bounce Back; Stars Stay Alive
The Hershey Bears quickly moved on from a rough start in the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.
That and more from around the league in today’s daily.
Hershey Bears goalie Hunter Shepard stopped all 24 of the Rochester Americans’ shots, giving the Bears a 2-0 win in Game 2. [WHN]
Stanley Cup Playoffs
There will be no sweep for the Vegas Golden Knights after the Dallas Stars eked out a 3-2 OT win in Game 4. [Vegas Hockey Now]
JOE PAVELSKI WINS GAME 4 IN OVERTIME, KEEPING THE SEASON ALIVE FOR THE DALLAS STARS!#TexasHockey pic.twitter.com/npjmGBHuyK
— Hockey Daily 365 l NHL Highlights (@HockeyDaily365) May 26, 2023
If the Golden Knights win the series in five games, Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final be Wednesday, May 31. If the series goes to six or more games, the opening game of the Final will be Saturday, June 3. [NHL.com]
From The National Hockey Now Network
Pittsburgh Hockey Now’s Dave Molinari takes a look at the potential priorities for the Penguins’ next GM.
Buffalo Sabres captain Kyle Okposo agreed to a contract extension. [Buffalo Hockey Now]
Dylan Larkin’s future in Detroit will be bright, but only if the Red Wings’ future is brighter. [Detroit Hockey Now]
Los Angeles Kings forward Gabe Vilardi hit a new level this season. [LA Hockey Now]
Chicago Hockey Now’s Nate Brown harkens back to the Blackhawks’ success in the 2015 Western Conference Finals.
Canadiens defenseman Jonathan Kovacevic is on an upward ascent. [Montreal Hockey Now]