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Alexander Ovechkin admitted that Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final is the biggest game of his career.

"I'm excited. We're all excited. ... We all want to be in this position and move forward," said Ovechkin. "(Wednesday night) is probably biggest game in my life, this team, organization probably. ... We still haven't reached our goal. Tomorrow is going to be a huge step forward." The 32-year-old has never been this close to a berth in the Stanley Cup Final. He'll head into this game with 11 goals and 21 points in 18 games this postseason.
May 22 - 10:04 PM

The San Jose Sharks have reportedly agreed to a long-term deal with Evander Kane.

The Sharks hit a home run when they acquired Kane from the Buffalo Sabres at the trade deadline and it sounds like they're about to award him with a huge pay day. According to Sportsnet's Irfaan Gaffar, the deal is believed to be in the seven-year, $7 million per season range. The 26-year-old had nine goals and 14 points in 17 games with the Sharks. He then added another four goals and one assist in nine postseason games. If this report is true, the conditional pick that went from San Jose to Buffalo would become a first-round pick in 2019 instead of a second-rounder.
May 22 - 7:13 PM

Winnipeg Jets GM Kevin Cheveldayoff doesn't expect to buy out Steve Mason's contract this off-season.

"I don't sit here and anticipate that a buyout is a course of action I would take with Steve Mason," Cheveldayoff said. "Steve Mason is a capable No. 1 goaltender in the NHL. He signed with us knowing - and we were very up front with him - that this was going to be about winning, whether it was him, or whether there was going to be competition to win." The 29-year-old is entering the final year of his contract that comes with a cap hit of $4.1 million. The Jets also need to re-sign starter Connor Hellebuyck to a new deal this summer. Injuries limited Mason to just 13 games in 2017-18. He finished the season with a 5-6-1 record, a 3.24 goals-against-average and a .906 save percentage. There's no denying that if the Jets could move him, they would.
Source: The Score
May 22 - 7:05 PM

Arizona GM John Chayka expects Dylan Strome to establish himself as an NHLer next season.

"I spoke to Dylan and told him we have high expectations for him," Chayka said. "We've made him earn things, and playing a top-six center position as a 20-year-old is a very hard thing to do. I think in his latest segment where he came up and played, I thought he showed a lot of improvement. I thought he proved a lot to himself and his teammates that he can handle that type of role and be productive. He's been productive his whole life. It's always good to see progression, and I think we've seen that with Dylan." Strome had a successful first AHL season with 22 goals and 53 points in 50 contests. He also had eight points in nine postseason contests and nine points in 21 appearances with the Coyotes in 2017-18.
May 22 - 7:00 PM

William Carrier (undisclosed) is still considered day-to-day.

Coach Gerard Gallant hopes that Carrier will be ready to play soon. He has been sidelined since May 4 because of an undisclosed injury.
May 22 - 5:15 PM

Malcolm Subban (undisclosed) remains day-to-day, according to coach Gerard Gallant.

Gallant is hopeful that Subban will be ready to play soon, but it's unclear if he will be ready for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. The 24-year-old netminder hasn't been available since Game 2 of the Western Conference Final because of an undisclosed injury. If he isn't ready then Maxime Lagace will continue to serve as Marc-Andre Fleury's understudy.
May 22 - 5:06 PM
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