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Thursday’s FTB: Wilson gets what was coming to him

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Not in the fun way, but he was finally suspended.

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The Wilson family reunion
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Tom Wilson was finally suspended for his actions, and yes it’s a rare occasion. After breaking Zach Aston-Reese’s jaw on Tuesday night, Wilson will now sit for the majority of remaining games in the Penguins-Capitals series.

Tom Wilson suspended for three games for his hit on Zach Aston-Reese - PensBurgh
The Capitals winger has received his punishment from the league for the hit in the game on Tuesday night

And in other news....

Peter Chiarelli Does Not Have A Fundamental Grasp On How To Manage His Team’s Salary Cap - The Copper & Blue
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Entire Ottawa Senators coaching staff will return for next season - Silver Seven
Biggest change is Cookson, Raymond swapping spots

Former Blackhawk Daniel Carcillo pledges to donate his brain to Carrick Institute - Second City Hockey
He wants his brain "to be used for study and furthering understanding of the consequences of traumatic brain injury."

Can Carl Hagelin help solve the depth problem? - PensBurgh
In search of badly needed depth, will Hagelin save the day for the Pens?

Golden Knights fall 4-0 to the Sharks, series tied at 2-2 - Knights On Ice
It’s now a best of three with two home games remaining. Still, this was the Knights’ first genuinely bad playoff game, and that’s a bit concerning.

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Washington Capitals’ Tom Wilson suspended for three games - Japers' Rink
Washington’s first-line right wing will miss some significant time.

Sharks vs Golden Knights Game 4 recap, score: Shutout victory forces Game 6 - Fear The Fin
The Sharks aren’t done at SAP Center yet!

Down Goes Brown: Ranking the 2018 OGWACs
With eight teams left in the NHL playoffs, it’s still too early to start worrying about potential final matchups or Conn Smythe favourites. But it’s not too soon to start thinking ahead to one of the league’s best annual stories: the Old Guy Without a Cup.

Sabres team President Russ Brandon resigns from his position - Die By The Blade
In a surprise twist Sabres, Bills and Pegula Sports President Russ Brandon has resigned from his position

...and now I’m late for work, bye!