Hockey News: Seabrook Suspension; Sharks Feast on Kings

After the first period between the Sharks and Kings, Jonathan Quick was dialed in, and L.A was somewhat comfortably up 2-0. But San Jose took it to them with seven goals over the final two frames. Yikes. [National Post]

Jon Cooper managed to keep his cool despite Tampa getting robbed of a goal. [USA Today]

The Canadiens got a huge break, and made the most of it. They now have a 3-0 stranglehold in the series. [CTV News]

Bolts & Habs battle (Jeff Griffith-USA TODAY Sports)
Bolts & Habs battle (Jeff Griffith-USA TODAY Sports)

Steven Stamkos looked like he was knocked out of the game but returned to help the Lightning get within a goal. [NESN]

The Penguins don’t look good, for many reasons. Now would be a great time for their stars to show up. [Tribune Live]

But hey, at least it’s not Marc-Andre Fleury’s fault! [Trib Sports]

Brent Seabrooks vicious elbow to David Backes earned him a three game suspension. [Puck Daddy]

Down two games to none, is Chicago dead in the water? [Blackhawk Up]

(Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)
(Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

Nathan MacKinnon, what can you say? [Cape Breton Post]

Minnesota is having trouble containing the young star, as well as the rest of his teammates. [Gone Puck Wild]

Do the Stars have a shot at coming back against the Ducks? [Rant Sports]

Zdeno Chara laughs off Brenden Smith’s attempt to fight him. []

The laughable manner in which some defend Milan Lucic. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

And finally, Joel Quenneville is sorry for his tirade. [Chicago Tribune]