Lightning re-sign Killorn; Islanders soon to be Yashin-free; Sharks' rebuild (Puck Headlines)

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Evgeni Malkin goes fishing.
Evgeni Malkin goes fishing.

Evgeni Malkin has gone fishing. I guess with his bare hands. [Evgeni Malkin]

• Why you should be terrified of the Tampa Bay Lightning. [The Score]

• The Lightning have re-signed Alex Killorn for two more years. [Raw Charge]

• I'm gonna be honest: San Jose's "rebuild" terrifies me. It seems reactionary and I don't want to live in a world where Doug Wilson looks rattled. [Yahoo]

• Wondering who's drafting where, and who traded what pick to whom? Here's your complete rundown of the draft order. [NHL]

• Next season marks an important milestone for the New York Islanders: it's the last year they pay Alexei Yashin not to play for them. [Puck Drunk Love]

• Dave Nonis still thinks the Leafs are good: "I think we collectively, fans, people with the team, you are too negative when things don’t go well and too positive when things do go well. I think our team is right in the mix with a number of other teams that could finish anywhere from four to 10. And that’s what we even said going into the year. We believed we had the makings of a playoff team but so did six other teams that were fighting for the same spot." [Toronto Sun]

• The Canucks have a lot of cap space. That's scary. [Pass it to Bulis]

• Bryan Murray says he's gotten two serious offers for Jason Spezza. [TSN]

• 10 players who are risky gambles via free agency or trade. [Spector's Hockey]

• Assistant coach Geoff Ward has resigned from his post with the Boston Bruins. [Bruins]

• A lot has changed about goaltending over the past 30 years. Here's a fun look at the changes. [Two Pad Stack]

• Advanced stats: difficult. [Edmonton Journal]

• Who's the better fantasy own: Marian Hossa or Jason Pominville? [Dobber Hockey]

• Outdoor is the new indoor, which is why the QMJHL will be hosting two outdoor games next year. [Buzzing the Net]

• Todd Bertuzzi won't be back with the Detroit Red Wings next season. [Red Wings Front]

• Andrew Ference has been given the King Clancy -- the trophy, not the Canadian sex act. [The Oilers]

• Dan Bylsma watch: he interviewed for the Canucks' coach, but he appears to be destined for Florida. [The Province

• Aaron Ekblad meets the Buffalo Sabres' brass. goes behind-the-scenes.

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