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RIP Marcel Pronovost; Isles-Caps Game 7; Price gets pranked (Puck Headlines) (Puck Daddy)

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. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at . Accurate depiction of this #Flames / #Canucks series @Sean_Leahy — Brian Kaufman (@bkaufman729) April 26, 2015 • You can’t stop the power of Scorch. • Five-time Stanley Cup winner and Hockey Hall of Famer Marcel Pronovost has passed away at the age of 84. [ Windsor Star ]  • Facing elimination tonight, can the Lightning’s big guns come through? [ Raw Charge ]  • “Through 87 games (82 regular season and five playoff games) the Lightning — who lead the NHL in goals scored — have been shutout three times. Mrazek has all three shutouts, two in the playoffs and one in the regular season.” [ Detroit News ]  • The New York Islanders have a pretty storied Game 7 history. [ Lighthouse Hockey ] • Meanwhile, home ice in Game 7s hasn’t done any good for the Washington Capitals. [ Peerless Prognosticator ]  • What’s next for the Vancouver Canucks, and what can they learn from the Calgary Flames? [ National Post ] • Sam Bennett could burn a year of his entry-level contract if he plays three more playoff games. Here’s why that’s not necessarily a bad thing for the Flames. [ Flames Nation ] • A sobering read by former NHL tough guy Mike Peluso on the concussion-related issues he faced during his career and after he retired. [ Globe and Mail ] • The Boston Bruins have reportedly contacted the New York Rangers about Jeff Gorton for their open GM job. [ Boston Herald ] • The Corey Griffin Pro-Am Tournament raised over $875,000 for Boston Children’s Hospital this past weekend. [ Bruins Daily ] • Dallas Eakins has appeared on the radar in the Philadelphia Flyers’ head coaching search. [ Daily News ] • Doug Wilson appears to be staying on as GM of the San Jose Sharks. So what’s the deal with his rebuild plan? [ Fear the Fin ] • Connor McDavid pulled the Nilsson/Forsberg move on Sunday during a shorthanded breakaway, and it was sweet. [ Buzzing the Net ] • It’s not just Jack Eichel who will help guide the future Buffalo Sabres. Add Sam Reinhart to that mix. [ What’s Going on in Buffalo? ] • The Sedins won’t be going to the Czech Republic to represent Sweden at the Worlds due to injury. [ Canucks Army ] • Congrats to the USA Hockey, who won gold at the U-18 World Championships thanks to an overtime goal by Colin White vs. Finland. [ USA Hockey ]  • The Las Vegas Black Knights jersey concepts keep rolling in! [ The Hockey Writers ] • Time to give up the dream of having NHL hockey, Houston. [ Houston Press ] • Who are the top 10 upcoming unrestricted free agents from a fantasy hockey standpoint? [ Dobber Hockey ] • Finally, Carey Price was fantastic in Game 6, so naturally his teammates gave him the silent treatment afterward: MORE FROM YAHOO HOCKEY: