Hockey News: Babcock Introduced in Toronto; Ducks Win Game 3

The Rangers are finally scoring more than two goals a game. But now they can’t keep the puck out of their net. [ESPN] and [Yahoo]

Mike Babcock is introduced to the drooling Toronto media and their angry counterparts from Buffalo. [Puck Daddy] and [The Hockey News]

So why is Babcock in Toronto and not somewhere else? [Globe and Mail] and [Sportsnet]

The Sabres do have options for their head coaching position. [Die by the Blade] and [Fan Rag Sports]

Dan Bylsma, along with his assistant coaches, will be returning behind the Pittsburgh Penguins bench next season. (Pensryourdaddy / Picasa)
(Pensryourdaddy / Picasa)

Alex Semin to the Penguins? No no no. [Pens Labyrinth]

Yes, trading Simon Despres for Ben Lovejoy was one of the worst trades ever. [Pens Essential]

The Ducks narrowly beat the Blackhawks to take a 2-1 series lead. [Montreal Gazette]

The Great One has high praise for his former team. [Edmonton Journal]

Todd McLellan speaks about his unfinished business in San Jose. [Copper n Blue]

It’s been good times for the Edmonton Oilers. [National Post]

Is there a big trade in the works for the Habs? [Hockey Feed]

(Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports)
(Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports)

The salary cap will be rising. [ESPN]

Nice story about the Ducks logo change. [Sporting News]

A look at the upcoming draft for the Coyotes. [Today’s Slap Shot]

Red Wings prospect Dylan Larkin has decided to go pro. [Last Word on Sports]

Mike Milbury says dumb things. Corey Perry isn’t a fan. [Puck Daddy]

And finally, guess who the Sabres plan to draft? [Buffalo News]