Morning Skate: Thursday, June 7

Morning Skate: Thursday, June 7
June 7, 2012, 6:13 pm
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Vancouver Canucks blog Pass it to Bulis engages in an entertaining chat with a twitter superstar that may or may not be Roberto Luongo.

TSN wraps up where the Boston Bruins sit with the offseason ready to go into full force over the next week.

The young (Adam Henrique) and the old (Martin Brodeur) come together for a big win in the Stanley Cup Finals that keeps things alive for a Game 5 in Newark.

David Jones signs a four-year deal with the Avalanche, and takes one of the more intriguing free agent forwards off the free market.

With Jeff Tambellini on board running the Edmonton Oilers, the Edmonton Journal says the choice for new head coach becomes a very important one.

An interesting piece about the successful ingredients for a sports franchise with the Pioneer Press speaking with executives from all four major sports teams in the Twin Cities.

A good piece by Linda Olson speaking with the son of Los Angeles Kings scout Ace Bailey, who was lost in the 911 flight from Boston to the West Coast.

NBC is all over Charlie Sheen getting kicked out of the LA Kings Cup Finals games and then going ballistic on security guards.

The Big Schill owes between 100-500 million to 1,000 creditors according to court papers in Rhode Island. Stuff just got real for 38 studios.