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Game 1 is done! And stay tuned, because even though this season isn’t finished, plenty of news is coming out about next season! Scroll down to find more!

Wild News

Will Zach Parise Return To Form?
When Zach Parise arrived in Minnesota, he was viewed as the Wild’s best player.

Should the Wild blow it up? No way, says owner Craig Leipold

A week ago, Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leipold admitted he was envious of the Nashville Predators and the fact that they were still in the hunt for a Stanley Cup.

Off the Trail

Sens GM: Talks with Condon's agent 'haven't been very good' | theScore.com
Contract negotiations between the Ottawa Senators and goaltender Mike Condon's camp of haven't gone smoothly.

Corey Hirsch column: The NHL needs more players like P.K. Subban | theScore.com
Whether you like it or not, it's time to climb aboard the P.K. Subban train. It's not stopping - and the NHL is better for it.

Vegas granted extra time to make expansion picks | theScore.com
The Vegas Golden Knights will have a little more time on the clock than initially expected to pick their inaugural squad.

NHL projects next season's salary cap to be $73M-$77M | theScore.com
The salary cap for the 2016-17 season was set at $73 million, and Daly said it would grow to "$77 million and change" if the inflator is used by players.

Lightning to host 2018 All-Star Game | theScore.com
The Tampa Bay Lightning will host the All-Star Game in 2018

Bettman doesn't expect players under contract to defy Olympic decision | theScore.com
Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin is among several players who've stated they plan to go to Pyeongchang, South Korea for the tournament regardless of the NHL's official stance on participation.

Stanley Cup Final will match Penguins' world-class offense against Predators' world-class defense - StarTribune.com
With 94 points, the Predators were tied for 15th in the NHL and are looking to become the second Stanley Cup winner to be the lowest seed in its respective conference since the league adopted the conference-based playoff format in 1994.

Scott Reedy – 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Scott Reedy is a gritty forward with natural playmaking ability.

Ron Francis Holding Prime Cards
this summer presents a golden opportunity for Francis and the Hurricanes.