Morning Skate: Friday, May 18

Morning Skate: Friday, May 18
May 18, 2012, 3:25 pm
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Good piece by Dominic Tiano on London Knights winger and Bruins prospect Jared Knight as he gets ready to fight for a Memorial Cup starting tonight. The games will be televised on the NHL Network, so Bs fans can get a look at a forward that could help Boston at some point next season.

Shane Malloy has his Top 40 prospects for the upcoming NHL Draft at his Art of Scouting blog.

Helene Elliott gives a look at the Los Angeles Kings domination of the Phoenix Coyotes thus far in the Western Conference Finals.

Daniel Alfredsson says that he may have played his last competitive game in the NHL, and that would be sad news in Ottawa indeed.

There will be no rushed decisions on Alain Vigneault and Roberto Luongo, according to the Vancouver Canucks GM. Theyre still emotionally recovering from their regular season loss to the Bruins.

Ian Mendes debuts his column at the Ottawa Citizen and gives out some advice to those media members trying to actually get an answer out of John Tortorella.

Pierre Lebrun with a good take on the dishonesty charge being levied against the Los Angeles Kings as the Coyotes begin to swirl down the playoff drain.

Shea Weber talks about feeling betrayed by Alexander Radulov for his immature behavior during the playoffs that led to his team suspension. It would seem the Russian stars days in Nashville are numbered at this point.

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