Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: May 16

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Halfway through another work week. Hopefully everyone survived the thunderstorms Tuesday evening. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, May 16th. Today’s stories include Lightning Strike Washington, Road Teams Success in the Playoffs, Quarterfinals set at the Worlds, Predators strikes down trade rumors, Stralman’s none suspension, and Chris Kunitz chasing history.

Top hockey news for Wednesday, May 16th

In a most win situation, the Lightning did not only strike outside but inside the arena as well. Tampa Bay climbs back into the series with a 4-2 win.

During this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, the road teams are having more success than normal.

Over in Denmark, the quarterfinals are set in the World Championships as Team USA battles the Czech Republic and Canada battles Russia.

During the year end press conference Predators head coach Peter Laviolette made it clear P.K. Subban was not going anywhere.

Sticking with the Capitals and Lightning series, there was a questionable hit on Tom Wilson by Anton Stralman. After reviewing the tape, Stralman will not be suspended, though Wilson feels differently.

Speaking of the Lightning, as a matter of fact forward Chris Kunitz is chasing history and his fifth Stanley Cup.

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