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Around The NHL - Sunday June 20

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Jason_arnott_medium-It's official: Claude Noel is the new coach of the Manitoba Moose. (The Province)

-Blackhawks' president John McDonough brought the Stanley Cup home to Elk Grove, Illinois (Chicago Sun-Times).

-Not much talking going on between Shaone Morrison's agent and the Capitals (Washington Post)

-As I was saying when the trade went down, Patrick Elias must be pretty damned excited to have his former linemate Jason Arnott back. (NJ.com) Remember this? Sweet pass or what?

-Kings offer former Flyers coach John Stevens assistant coaching job. (LA Times)

-No offer for Fernando Pisani from the Oilers. (Edmonton Journal) No shit. Pisani had a miracle playoff run in 2006 where he scored 14 goals in 24 games, got a serious raise, and then became an enigma ever since. Hate those guys.

-That "Save Spezza" rally on Parliament Hill I was talking about? Could have been well over 100 people showing up? Try about 15. (Puck Daddy) I think that is hilarious.

-A very good chance Nathan Horton gets traded before or during the Draft (Sun Sentinel.com)

-The Penguins and Sergei Gonchar remain in serious negotiation talks (Pittsburghlive.com)

-How to get rid of Donald Brashear, by Larry Brooks.

-An increase in the salary cap far from a sure thing. (ProHockeyTalk)

-If the Flyers can sign Dan Hamhuis they will have to shed a veteran's salary to stay under the cap (Spector's)