Kings on 'Kimmel'; O'Reilly to arbitration; no Colorado outdoor game next season (Puck Headlines)

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• The LA Kings parade hadn't even started, and Darryl Sutter was already shirtless. 

• It’s going to be a busy night on Jimmy Kimmel Live. First, Alec Martinez and Justin Williams will stop by with the Stanley Cup and Conn Smythe Trophy. Then, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio will pay up his bet with LA mayor Eric Garcetti and sing Randy Newman’s “I Love LA.” [@LAKings]

Ryan Malone has entered a not guilty plea to charges of cocaine possession and driving under the influence. [Tampa Bay Times]

• Beginning Monday, teams will have 48 hours to buy out players, should they decide to. The salary cap ceiling could also go up a bit if the NHL and PA decide to factor in the monster Canadian TV deal into the formula. [Globe and Mail]

• New Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford will begin interviewing head coaching candidates Monday, and he also doesn’t see the team buying any players out. [Post-Gazette]

• The Colorado Avalanche have chosen to take Ryan O’Reilly to arbitration. As a pending RFA, he’s still eligible to sign an offer sheet. [TSN]

• The NHL hasn’t revealed where all of its 2014-15 outdoor games will be, but one thing’s for sure, there won’t be one in Colorado. [Denver Post]

• Taking a look at Glen Sather’s summer, with who’s under contract and who the New York Rangers need to bring back for next season. [NY Post]

• The Calgary Flames have reportedly made a pitch for Jason Spezza, except the Ottawa Senators captain doesn’t want to go there. In fact, he wants out of Canada completely. [Ottawa Sun]

• Greg Cronin will join the New York Islanders as an assistant coach, while Doug Weight has been named assistant GM and will remain on Jack Capuano’s staff. [Islanders

• A story about a man who lost his brother on Sunday and how hockey formed their bond.  [On Goal Analysis

• Taking a look at NHL draft prospect John Quenneville, who is Joel’s second cousin and the nephew of Johnny Boychuk. [Buzzing the Net

• The Washington Capitals have promoted Ross Mahoney, formerly their director of amateur scouting, to assistant general manager. [Capitals]

• “Brendan Lemieux proud to model game after father.” Uh oh. []

• Andrew McKim, who just won a $1.6 million judgment against former NHLer Kevin Miller for a hit in the Swiss league that ended his career, talks about still dealing with the headaches every day. [National Post]

• Breaking down Marian Gaborik’s success with the Los Angeles Kings. [Dobber Hockey]

• Rinks in Massachusetts will be adding the orange “look up line” along the perimeter to help players avoid serious injury while crashing into the boards. [CBS Boston]

• Finally, here's the Stanley Cup out on the town in LA Friday night with Alec Martinez and Cabbie, who filled the bowl with M&Ms.

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