A collection of the latest news from around the world of hockey:
The Maple Leafs almost won the McDavid lottery. Will they win this years? [The Star]
BREAKING: Stamkos has a blood clot in his arm that requires surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery.
#TBLightning announce Steven Stamkos has blood clot in arm, will have vascular surgery and is out 1-3 months.
— Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) April 3, 2016
Duncan Keith will get a mini-vacation before the playoffs and miss one postseason game for using his stick as a weapon. [CBC]. Keith has since apologized. “Hey sorry I used your face for target practice, Charlie”. [Sportsnet]
These players probably won’t win the Hart but they’ve been great. [The Hockey News]
Tom Wilson continues to walk the line between playing hard and hitting dirty. [The Score]
Probably not without Marc-Andre Fleury. [Puck Daddy]
The Rangers will be expected to go far this postseason. Can they do it? [Newsday]
And finally, Brandon Saad got his first career hat-trick. [ESPN]
Marcy, a former hockey player, is a hockey correspondent on CTV News and TSN radio. She began her career as a Sports Journalist in 2009 and has been part of The Hockey Writers since 2010, where she is currently a senior writer and editor.