• NBC Sports

    It doesn’t sound promising for Matt Murray

    If he ends up being an option vs. the Washington Capitals, it might not be for a while. The Penguins provided a less-than-promising update on Monday: he hasn’t yet resumed skating. Considering Washington’s firepower, it would be nice for the Penguins to have two championship goalies to choose from in case things get ugly, but at the moment it seems like it’s Marc-Andre Fleury or bust.

  • LA Kings hire John Stevens as head coach
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    LA Kings hire John Stevens as head coach

    JUNE 13: Assistant coach John Stevens of the Los Angeles Kings holds the Stanley Cup after his team won Game Five 3-2 in double overtime over the New York Rangers in Game Five of the 2014 Stanley Cup Final at the Staples Center on June 13, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. The Kings won the game 3-2 and win the series 4-1. The Los Angeles Kings have hired associate coach John Stevens as their next head coach.

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    What is Alex Galchenyuk’s future in Montreal?

    The question for the Montreal Canadiens is, can he be great? “Hopefully he took a step back this year so he can take two forward next year,” GM Marc Bergevin said Monday at the Canadiens’ season-ending press conference. More importantly, after more than 300 NHL games of experience, the 23-year-old is still not an everyday center, on a team where center depth is by far the biggest concern.