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The New York Islanders finally won a playoff series. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

Reports: John Chayka a candidate for Arizona Coyotes' GM vacancy - azcentral.com
Reports surfaced over the weekend that a current member of the Coyotes’ management team might fulfill the vacant general manager post.

2015-16 season review: John Scott - Eyes On The Prize
From discarded AHL enforcer to NHL All-Star MVP, it was a whirlwind season for John Scott.

What's the worst case outcome for the draft lottery? - Pension Plan Puppets
We'll take the second best scenario among Leafs fans.

Stanley Cup Playoffs News

NHL Playoffs: Islanders clinch series over Panthers John Tavares double-overtime winner in Game 6 - Lighthouse Hockey
The New York Islanders clinched their first NHL playoff series win since 1993, thanks to John Tavares' equalizer in the final minute and his double-overtime winner to beat the Florida Panthers 2-1, and four games to two.

This is the worst non-call of the Stanley Cup playoffs - Sporting News
Panthers fans are right to be upset about this one.

Video: John Tavares goal forces overtime vs Panthers with 54 seconds left in Game 6 - Lighthouse Hockey
John Tavares gave Islanders fans another playoff moment.

Capitals vs. Flyers Recap: ON TO THE NEXT ONE: Caps Advance to Second Round on 1-0 Win - Japers' Rink
The Washington Capitals closed out the Philadelphia Flyers 1-0 on Sunday in Philadelphia, advancing to the second round of the playoffs on a 4-2 series win.

Dungeons and DragonStars and the Wild: Game 6 in the Style of Nerd - Defending Big D
Long story short: Stars win 5-4 in a game that took about six years off my life, advance to the second round to play the winner of the Blues/Blackhawks series.

News From Around the Hockey World

Jeff Blashill must make the Red Wings his team in his sophomore season - Winging It In Motown
Without the safety net of being a rookie coach, the Red Wings' bench boss is on the hook starting now

Kings' Vincent Lecavalier to retire after 17-year NHL career | Bellingham Herald
The 36-year-old forward scored 949 points and won the Stanley Cup during a career that began with the Tampa Bay Lightning, who made him the No. 1 pick in the 1998 draft.

U.S. Bests Canada, 10-3, in Bronze-Medal Game - USA Hockey
Eight different players scored goals and 15 players registered at least one point, as the U.S. Men’s National Under-18 Team bested Canada, 10-3, to claim the bronze medal at the 2016 International Ice Hockey Federation Under-18 Men's World Championship.

Potential free agent Milan Lucic wants to ‘remain a King’ – ProHockeyTalk
It sounds like he enjoyed his first season in California.

The Day The New York Rangers' Music Died - Blueshirt Banter
The Rangers are at a crossroads. They might not have much control over what path they take, either.

The Final Howl

WATCH: Wild were agonizingly close to completing improbable comeback - CBSSports.com