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Morning Bag Skate: Penguins, Predators set to square off in Game 3 in Stanley Cup Final

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NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Anaheim Ducks at Nashville Predators Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The Stanley Cup Final shifts to Nashville on Saturday when the Predators host the Pittsburgh Penguins for Game 3 at Bridgestone Arena. Pittsburgh holds a 2-0 series lead.


**Toews says ‘set your own agenda aside’ on climate change in Instagram post (SCH)

**Quenneville ranked No. 3 best Chicago coach of all time (SCH)

**’Jeopardy!’ answer hits home with Cup winner Boynton (SCH)

**OHL coach believes DeBrincat is about ready for NHL (CSN Chicago)

**Flat NHL salary cap would be major problem (SCH)

**Could the Hawks make a trade with Vegas to keep Trevor van Riemsdyk? (SCH)


**Former ESPN writer Scott Burnside joins Stars as senior digital correspondent (Defending Big D)

**50-50 chance Nichushkin returns to Stars (PHT)

**Jackman rejoins Blues as development coach (St. Louis GameTime)

**High praise for Blues defenseman Parayko (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Wild names Matt Majka president; assistant GM Brent Flahr also promoted (Star Tribune)

**Power couple: Housleys make sports, politics mix (Star Tribune)

**Spurgeon’s career year shows size isn’t everything (Hockey Wilderness)

**Despite his size, Tuch didn’t cast must of a shadow (Hockey Wilderness)


**Penguins’ Bonino on crutches, in walking boot (Pensburgh)

**Goaltending has been a lopsided affair (On The Forecheck)

**Origins of Predators’ catfish-tossing tradition (PHT)

**Rexrode: Preds need epic Rinne for epic night in Nashville (The Tennessean)


**Ducks give Carlyle 1-year extension (Anaheim Calling)

**Panthers sign Finnish forward Haapala, KHLer Mamin (Litter Box Cats)


**Denver’s Montgomery withdraws from Panthers’ interview; will return to Pioneers (The Denver Post)