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The Tampa Bay Lightning are the first team to advance to the Conference Finals. Details in today's edition of the Tracks.

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Coyotes News

What do we know about John Chayka? - Pension Plan Puppets
Exploring what we know about hockey's new wunderkind.

Custance: Coyotes should trade up, draft Auston Matthews - Arizona Sports
The Coyotes themselves would have to ask if a deal like that is worth it, even though Matthews is assured as the next big potential franchise player to come out of the draft.

Stanley Cup Playoffs News

2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 2, Game 5: Bolts shut out Isles 4-0, move on to Eastern Conference Finals - Raw Charge
The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the New York Islanders 4-0 to close out their playoff series four games to one and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals for the second consecutive season.

Video: How, exactly, did Ben Bishop make this incredible save? – ProHockeyTalk
Nikita Kucherov scored shortly after, making it 4-0 Tampa Bay.

How did Dainius Zubrus play in his return for the Sharks? - Fear The Fin
Dainius Zubrus drew into the lineup for game five — how did he do?

People are already calling for Fleury to replace Murray – ProHockeyTalk
Mike Sullivan didn't clarify who would start Game 6, either.

News From Around the Hockey World

Are Red Wings' Tomas Tatar, Gustav Nyquist on the Trade Block? - Winging It In Motown
In a summer of change, will the Wings change out one of their young scorers?

Bruce Boudreau's minute balancing should boost Wild defense - Hockey Wilderness
The Minnesota Wild hope that Bruce Boudreau can optimize the deployment of their talented defense group.

Guy Boucher Named Senators Head Coach - Silver Seven
The Ottawa Senators have hired former Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Guy Boucher as Dave Cameron's successor.

With Darryl Sutter undecided, Kings' offseason brings tough choices | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
There was a belief the Kings could just ‘turn it on’ and they didn’t. This has led to some soul searching up and down the organization, from their players to their head coach up to their general manager.

The Final Howl

Capitals fan goes to first NHL game for 101st birthday (Video) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports