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The Daily: Veleno Stomp Seen Round the World Gets Him Booted

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The Detroit Red Wings Joe Veleno stomped Nino Niederreiter against the boards during the Canada – Switzerland game. Now the IIHF stomped out the rest of Veleno’s tournament.

Veleno is considered one of the more mild mannered players on Detroit’s team and this certainly caught many of his fans and even analysts by surprise. Detroit Hockey Now’s Bob Duff writes about the the penalty was missed by refs at the time and that Niederreiter was penalized for retaliation. Regardless, Veleno is done at the Worlds.

Vegas Wins To Take 2-0 Lead in West Final

It took less than a minute into overtime, but the Vegas Golden Knights took a commanding 2-0 lead in the Western Conference Final. Chandler Stevenson played the hero and the Golden Knights are just a pair of games from their second Stanley Cup Final appearance in six seasons. Vegas Hockey Now’s Dan Kingerski writes that though it wasn’t Vegas’ best game, they still got what they needed when it mattered most.

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Boston: Former Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy is also the big winner, too. He’s up 2-0 with Vegas while Boston sits at home: Boston Bruins

Buffalo: The Sabres assistant GM, Jason Karmanos, gets a second interview with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Buffalo Sabres

Calgary: Craig Conroy is absolutely the right choice to lead the Flames. Calgary Flames

Florida: Florida Hockey Now’s George Richards writes that the road warrior Panthers are thrilled to be home, despite away games being one win after another. Florida Panthers

Los Angeles: The latest rumors have Viktor Arvidsson possibly being moved by the Kings. Los Angeles Kings

Montreal: Ryan Leonard might not only be a Canadiens target, but a draft day surprise. Montreal Canadiens

Nashville: Joakim Kemell is really coming into his own: Nashville Predators

Philadelphia: Cutter Gauthier is having a hell of a World Championships performance: Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh: Keeping tabs on Sidney Crosby and more GM candidates: Pittsburgh Penguins

San Jose: Where could Erik Karlsson be traded? Lots of very interesting places, to be honest: San Jose Sharks

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