Toews talks Red Wings; Game 7 previews (Puck Headlines)

Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media.


• Who will start Game 1 for the Pittsburgh Penguins? [Pens]

• Jonathan Toews on the Detroit Red Wings: “They've got some veteran guys who have won Stanley Cups and they understand what it takes to win during playoff time, and that's the reason they came out on top.” [Sun Times]

• The cops are on high alert for Game 7 at Toronto’s viewing party. [G&M]

• Joffrey Lupul believes the Boston Bruins have the pressure for Game 7: “We’ve won two in a row. The pressure is mostly on them. I don’t think a lot of people expected this game to even be happening, especially when we were down, 3-1.” [Bruins Blog]

• Bourne looks at three players that are game changers, a.k.a. players who are doing pretty damn well in the postseason. [BHS]

• The Washington Capitals are none too pleased with the Derek Dorsett slew-foot on Mike Green in Game 6. [NYT]

• The Rangers are undaunted by the Caps’ home ice for Game 7: “I think there’s an advantage to the home team, but quite honestly, we’re the visiting team and we really don’t care.” [WashPost]

• Kerry Fraser believes that Green deserved a major penalty for cross-checking Dorsett in the mouth, which is hilarious because Kerry Fraser would never call that penalty in the postseason. [TSN]

• In celebration of Patrick Marleau’s playoff prowess. []

• Marty St. Louis gives GM Steve Yzerman a vote of confidence. So no trade request then? [Lightning Strikes]

• Who was the best player in the NHL this season? [THN]

• Peoria to the Southern Professional Hockey League? [SPHL]

• Finally, the birth of the Wings/Blackhawks rivalry:

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