Knights Nuggets: Vegas has pretty good odds to win next year’s Stanley Cup

Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.

Let’s go over some news and notes:

- Max Pacioretty didn’t have the best start to his Golden Knights tenure, but he turned turned things around quite fast. [KOI]

- The Golden Knights have pretty good odds to win the Stanley Cup in 2020. [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

- The decision to make Kelly McCrimmon the Golden Knights’ general manager came out of nowhere, but is it really all that surprising? [The Athletic]

In other news...

- The Blue Jackets’ run is over. Boston is headed to the Eastern Conference Final. [The Cannon]

- There have been a lot of rumors swirling recently, but Mike Babcock will remain the Maple Leafs’ head coach next season. [NHL]

- Speaking of head coaches, the Flyers just hired two more to be assistants under Alain Vigneault. [Broad Street Hockey]

- Will Henrik Lundqvist retire a Ranger? Even he doesn’t know that anymore. [NHL]

- This kid found out he’s going to the Blues’ Game 7 showdown against the Stars, and his reaction was amazing.

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