Blackhawks’ cup parade well-attended; Messier speaks; Jokerit to KHL (Puck Headlines)

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• The Chicago Blackhawks' parade was well-attended. Find Waldo. [Nina Falcone]

• Mark Messier, who totally didn't quit the Rangers because of the whole coaching thing: “I have tremendous respect for the coaching fraternity and for the art of coaching. I don’t take it lightly. I understand the benefit of experience. But I have a lot of experience in this game and in winning. I’m not 32. I’m 52. There’s a little bit of water under the bridge. I’ve learned a lot. My experience shouldn’t be discounted or under-appreciated, either." But yeah, he's not upset about it or anything. [NY Post]

• After five Finnish titles, Jokerit will join the KHL. [IIHF]

• Kris Letang has turned down an eight-year, $54 million contract, as one would, obviously. [TribLive]

• .... so now he might get traded to Toronto? [Toronto Sun]

• Three reasons Teemu Selanne should retire. [Anaheim Calling]

• Who could get traded at the Draft? [Edmonton Journal]

• The Avalanche not drafting Seth Jones: it just make sense. [Buzzing the Net]

• Remembering the 2003 draft, which was special. [The Globe & Mail]

• The 10 biggest busts at number one overall. Ha ha, I said "biggest busts". [Postmedia]

• 50 things we know about NHL 14. That's right. 50. I'm assuming one is "it's a video game". [Game Informer]

• The Stanley Cup was shot 11 times during the Blackhawks' victory parade. [The Onion]

• Patrice Bergeron has been released from the hospital. He's doing all right. [NESN]

• The Boston Bruins have some options at right wing beyond Nathan Horton. [CSNNE]

• David Poile has been named the GM of the Team USA, which is a good fit because the star defenders on that blueline don't try to leave. [USA Hockey]

• Meet Marko Dano, who must make the NHL so can do a "Book 'em, Dano" headline. [The Hockey Writers]

• The New Jersey Devils may soon be sold to a group led by attorney Andrew Barroway. [Forbes]

• Dustin Penner on his brief feud with Rant Sports. [Mayors Manor]

• Why Dave Bolland doesn't fit with the Edmonton Oilers. [Oilers Nation]

• And finally, wherein WGN anchors discuss tales of defecation in the Stanley Cup.

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