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PHT Morning Skate: Cooper on Kadri’s goal; Nill’s future with Stars

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• Lightning head coach John Cooper on the winning goal he hinted should not have been allowed due to the ‘too many men’ penalty: Potentially… I don’t know… I’m having a hard time. It will be difficult for me to speak. I will have to speak. I’ll talk to you tomorrow,” he said. “You will understand what I mean when you see the winning goal. And my heart breaks for the players. Because we should probably still be playing.” [ESPN]

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Nazem Kadri the return and scoring of the overtime winner was one of the storybooks. [Colorado Hockey Now]

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• “Once this team is counted out, they find a way to win. Can they do it one more time (well, technically three more times)? Why not? Yes, they are losing the series 3-1, but two of those losses came in overtime. Damn last night they were Nikita Kucherov shot at the post and Brandon Hagel removed the mask from winning the game. In spite of Darcy Kemperimitating Patrick Roy in Game 4, the Lightning have the best goaltender. If you need to win three in a row against a strong offense, isn’t Vasilevskiy the guy you need in the net?” [Raw Charge]

Pierre-Luc Dubois Jets said he plans to test free rein in 2024. Dubois is set to become an unrestricted free agent in two years. [Sportsnet]

[Stanley Cup Playoffs 2022 schedule, TV info]

• In case you missed it, Paul Maurice will replace Andrew Brunet as head coach of the Panthers. The brunet can stay as an assistant if he wants to. [PHT]

• Stars GM Jim Neill says he’ll stay for a few more years, but a succession plan will be developed. [Dallas Morning News]

• Very insightful writing from Chris Peters on all 32 NHL teams and their drafting needs. [Daily Faceoff]

• “The National Hockey League will begin its 2022-2023 season on October 11, but the 5,000-seat arena renovation that will house the Arizona Coyotes will not be completed until December.” [ABC15]

• Looking to the Sharks for the 2021-22 season and what’s next for the franchise. [NBC Sports Edge]

• “In eight years of professional hockey, Riley Kot has received countless blows to the head. Now he’s preaching the power of psilocybin to help heal the aftermath.” [Rolling Stone]


Sean Leahy writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Write to him at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.


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