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What went wrong for New York Islanders forward Anthony Beauvillier in 2021-22? What’s Martin St. Louis plan now that he is Montreal’s bench boss for the next three seasons?

These stories and more in today’s daily links!

Islanders in Review is assessing every player from the 2021-22 New York Islanders season. We’ll be looking at the highs and lows they experienced during the just-completed campaign, as well as what the future holds for them on the island. Today, we feature Mew York Islanders winger Anthony Beauvillier: (NYI Hockey Now)

The retooling, rebuilding, or refortification of the Pittsburgh Penguins middle six has begun or will begin in July. The uncertainty stems from the excessive number of unsettled spots and unsigned players. Dan Kingerski gives the winger options that the Penguins can afford. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

The Philadelphia Flyers announced they had made offers to a pair of 2021 draft picks on Wednesday. But the most eye-opening development was the player they didn’t sign. (Philly Hockey Now)

The Montreal Canadiens head coach wasn’t shy about telling reporters what he was going to prioritize going into next season, reiterating prospect development and the building of a winning culture as his top priorities. (Montreal Hockey Now)

The Washington Capitals have several questions to answer this offseason, and one of the biggest centers around Tom Wilson. Washington announced last week that Wilson will miss 6-8 months as he recovers from ACL surgery on his left knee. While he is expected to make a full recovery, he will still miss significant time to open the 2022-23 campaign, leaving the Capitals without a key piece of the puzzle for the first couple of months. (Washington Hockey Now)

The Czech website offered an assessment of each player from the Czechia team at the recently-completed IIHF World Championship and they didn’t hold back when it came to Detroit Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana. (Detroit Hockey Now)

There’s star power galore in the NHL Western Conference Finals. We’ve got Connor McDavid vs. Nathan Mackinnon, Leon Draisaitl vs. Gabriel Landeskog, and Evander Kane vs. Mikko Rantanen. This is the executives at TNT’s dream when they signed a 7-year, $225 million (per year) contract in the offseason. Edmonton is more than just Connor McDavid this postseason. (Colorado Hockey Now)

Welcome to Vegas Hockey Now’s season in review series where we look at every player on the Vegas Golden Knights and their 2021-22 season from Michael Amadio to Zach Whitecloud. We’re going in random order now to not be too predictable. Today’s player is Reilly Smith. Let’s jump right into things. (Vegas Hockey Now)

The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Gannon Laroque to an entry-level contract. The 2021 fourth-round pick put up 52 points (10 goals and 42 assists) in 63 games for the WHL’s Victoria Royals, after just seven points in 21 contests last year. The 18-year-old also made his pro debut this year, appearing in three games and notching one assist with the San Jose Barracuda. (San Jose Hockey Now)

The Calgary Flames didn’t win the Stanley Cup, but head coach Darryl Sutter says the organization won back something important. Respect. (Calgary Hockey Now)

Simmer hit up Vancouver Canucks President of Hockey Operations Jim Rutherford with a little poll last week. These were his answers. Keep in mind, when Simmer was growing up, he went by Jimmy Rutherford, his family’s favorite goalie by default. And they loved his mask. More from the interview.  (Vancouver Hockey Now)

The Rangers lit up Andrei Vasilevskiy, but so did Toronto in Game 1. The Rangers found a stride in Game 1 that I’m not sure I’ve seen from them. They rolled over Tampa and have a 1-0 series lead. (NY Post)

Jordan Staal said he wouldn’t sign an extension with the Carolina Hurricanes. He’ll play out the final year of that contract he signed back in 2012 and take a look at the situation. (NHL)

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