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David Quinn has officially been selected as the new head coach of the New York Rangers.

Quinn is replacing Alain Vigneault, who the Rangers parted ways with after the 2017-18 campaign. Quinn is a former assistant coach with the Colorado Avalanche and more recently served as the bench boss for Boston University. He's also a former development coach for USA Hockey. "We are excited to announce that David will become the next Head Coach of the New York Rangers," Rangers GM Jeff Gorton said. "In a coaching career that has spanned over two decades at the collegiate, pro, and international level, David has helped his teams achieve success while simultaneously teaching the game and helping his players develop on and off the ice."
May 23 - 2:09 PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs have reportedly decided against extending an entry-level contract to Keaton Middleton.

That would lead to Middleton re-entering the draft pool. Toronto took Middleton with the 101st overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. The defenseman had four goals and 24 points in 64 OHL contests this season.
May 23 - 1:33 PM

Rasmus Asplund has agreed to a three-year, entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres.

Asplund had eight goals and 28 points in 50 Swedish league games this season. The Sabres selected him with the 33rd overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.
Source: Sabres.com
May 23 - 1:25 PM

Braden Holtby will of course be the Capitals' starter for Game 7 Wednesday night.

While Holtby has had some rough patches in the Eastern Conference Final, he came up big in Game 6 with a 24-save shutout. He has a 2.16 GAA and .919 save percentage in 17 playoff games this year.
May 23 - 12:22 PM

Ondrej Palat will be back alongside Brayden Point and Tyler Johnson in Game 7 versus Washington on Wednesday night.

Palat had been seeing most of his playing time on the first line since Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final. He had plenty of success with Point and Johnson earlier in the postseason, though, while helping to shut down the best players on the opposition.
May 23 - 10:44 AM

Alex Killorn skated on the top line during Wednesday's morning skate.

Killorn is projected to play alongside Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov in Game 7 against Washington. He has notched five goals and two assists in 16 postseason matches this year.
May 23 - 10:38 AM

Kevin Klein has re-upped for another season in Switzerland with the ZSC Lions.

Klein earned 10 goals, 22 points and 60 penalty minutes in 45 games with the ZSC Lions last season. He also had 12 points in 17 playoff matches.
May 23 - 9:32 AM

Samuel Montembeault impressed Florida Panthers assistant GM Eric Joyce during his first AHL season.

"Sam has all the talent in the world," said Joyce, who also serves as the GM of the Springfield Thunderbirds. "It's up to him, just like it’s up to a lot of our guys, to put the time in in the off-season and make sure he's committed to doing the things we told him. If he does those things, the sky's the limit for him." Montembeault's .896 save percentage and 3.25 goals-against average over 41 games doesn't looked good on paper, but he faced the 11th-most shots on goal (1,142) in the AHL. The 21-year-old will look to continue his development in the minors next season.
May 23 - 9:00 AM
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