Hockey Headlines: Flyers, Wild Stay Alive; Kings are Done

A collection of the latest news from around the world of hockey:

The Islanders came out victorious after a very sluggish double overtime game. [Lighthouse Hockey]

Jaromir Jagr has to break out of his slump if the Panthers hope to move forward. [Miami Herald]

Did Pat Foley have a point about the late start time in the Hawks/Blues series? [St. Louis Game Time], [Second City Hockey]

Jonathan Quick and the Kings just didn’t have it this year. The Sharks do. [Sportsnet], [Yahoo Sports]

Hopefully we get to see Joe Thornton’s playoff beard a lot longer. [The Score]

There’s no way the Capitals blow this series, right? [Washington Post]. Should the Flyers have gone with Michal Neuvirth from game 1? [ESPN]

The Stars haven’t been able to close out the Wild. [Sports Day]

Embrace the World Cup, because NHL players likely won’t participate in the next Olympics. [The Hockey News]

If the Rangers get eliminated, should they be looking for a new coach? [Todays Slapshot]

Gary Bettman doesn’t like when fans throw things on the ice. [Fox Sports]

Pavel Datsyuk has some decisions to make, if he hasn’t already. [CBC]. The Red Wings should prepare for a new era. [Globe and Mail]

And finally, was signing Mark Letestu the right decision for the Oilers? [Cult of Hockey]