Schultz, Hornqvist could return for Game 7; Subban's dominance (Puck Headlines)

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• A donut has never looked more terrifying.

• Why Guy Boucher wouldn’t have taken the Ottawa Senators job without Craig Anderson in goal. [TSN]

• It wasn’t pretty, but the Senators won and that’s all they care about. [Ottawa Citizen]

Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan said it’s “reasonable” to believe that both Justin Schultz and Patric Hornqvist will be back for Game 7 Thursday night. [Tribune Review]

• Why the Penguins should change very little for Game 7. [FanRag Sports]

• The Penguins’ history in Game 7s isn’t pretty, but they have Mike Sullivan. [Beaver County Times]

• A good look at just how dominant P.K. Subban has been this postseason. [Sportsnet]

• A Nashville Predators fan describes what the ride’s been like on the bandwagon. [On the Forecheck]

• Why NHL officials, the Department of Player Safety and Hockey Ops are botching the playoffs. [Vice]

• Should the Boston Bruins hand David Pastrnak a bridge or long-term deal? [Bruins Daily]

• Why a team’s “window to win” is just a tired cliché. [Edmonton Journal]

• The latest total for the Detroit Red Wings’ new arena? A whopping $862.9 million. [Crain’s Detroit]

Ladislav Smid is leaving the NHL to head home to he Czech Republic and play for Liberec. [Calgary Herald]

Paul Byron proved to be a great value for the Montreal Canadiens this season. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

• How would the New York Rangers replace Derek Stepan if they deal him away? [Blue Seat Blogs]

• Congrats to the Chicago Steel for claiming the USHL’s Clark Cup. [Chicago Daily Herald]

• Looking ahead at the fantasy hockey potential for the Philadelphia Flyers. [Dobber Hockey]

• Going back and remembering the days of the Cleveland Barons. [The Hockey News]

• Finally, a look at the evolution of Pekka Rinne: