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Jared’s Daily: Hershey Bears On The Board; Golden Knights Win It All



Hershey Bears forward Hendrix Lapierre skates with the puck in Game 3 of the Calder Cup Playoffs. (Tori Hartman/Hershey Bears)

The Hershey Bears earned their first win in the Calder Cup Finals on the same night the Vegas Golden Knights took home the Stanley Cup.

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

Washington Capitals

After 14 minutes of overtime, the Hershey Bears have won their first game in the Calder Cup Finals. [WHN]

Drawing trade interest, could the Capitals move Tom Wilson this offseason? [WHN]

Stanley Cup Final

The Vegas Golden Knights were dominant in Game 5, downing the Florida Panthers 9-3 en route to the franchise’s first Stanley Cup. [Vegas Hockey Now]

The Panthers were without playoff star Matthew Tkachuk, who was injured in Game 3 and did not skate after Game 4. [Florida Hockey Now]

From The National Hockey Now Network

Supply chain magnate Michael Andlauer, a minority owner of the Montreal Canadiens, has reached an agreement to purchase a majority stake in the Ottawa Senators. [Montreal Hockey Now]

The Flyers have hired 15-year NHL veteran Patrick Sharp to be a Special Advisor to Hockey Operations. [Philly Hockey Now]

WIth the hiring of Ryan Huska as head coach, the Calgary Flames will need to fill out a staff of assistants — how will they do it? [Calgary Hockey Now]

A look at the Penguins’ draft-day trades and how they fared. [Pittsburgh Hockey Now]

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