Lightning extend Johnson; Benning takes over Canucks; Tokarski's pie to the face (Puck Headlines)

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• Via @NHLHistoryGirl, here's a random photo of Jaromir Jagr petting a camel because Jaromir Jagr is the best.

• The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed Calder Trophy candidate Tyler Johnson to a three-year deal. He was set to become a restricted free agent this summer. [Lightning]

• How the LA Kings' current run is different thant that of their 2012 Stanley Cup conquest. [LA Kings Insider]

Jake Muzzin has come a long way and is vital to the Kings' success. [Jewels From the Crown]

• What are the Kings doing that's affecting the Chicago Blackhawks' offense? [Five Thirty Eight]

• Why Andrew Shaw's return for the Blackhawks will be a big boost. [Blackhawk Up]

• Will the road to the Cup in the Western Conference run through LA and Chicago the next few seasons? [Grantland]

Brandon Saad talks growing up playing hockey in Pittsburgh and winning the Cup. [Pittsburgh Magazine]

Dustin Tokarski has given the Montreal Canadiens new life. [Yahoo]

• If the San Jose Sharks make any changes this summer, don't expect them to be big players in the free agent market. [CSN Bay Area]

• Now that Jim Benning has taken over the GM job with the Vancouver Canucks, here are three things he needs to decide immediately. [Canucks Army]

• How good of an NHL player was Benning? [Greatest Hockey Legends]

Daniel Alfredsson leaving Ottawa is still affecting the Senators almost one year later. [6th Sens]

• Here's why Shea Weber was the Nashville Predators' MVP this season. [On the Forecheck]

• Despite London being called the 'worst on-ice Memorial Cup host ever,' there's no need to change the current format. [Buzzing the Net]

• Denmark beat out Latvia and will host the 2018 IIHF World Championship. [IIHF]

• Finally, here's Dustin Tokarski taking a shaving cream pie to the face last night: