Puck Wire: Top Hockey News From The Weekend That Was: June 11th

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Another weekend in the books. The off-season for the NHL is underway and the Capitals have not stopped partying with the Stanley Cup. Alex Ovechkin has not let the Stanley Cup out of his sites. Here is the top hockey news from the weekend that was for Monday, June 11th. Today’s stories include Washington’s parade set for Tuesday, Ilya Kovalchuk visits with Los Angeles and San Jose, Elliotte Friedman’s 31 Thoughts, Marlies one win away from Calder Cup, Despite loss Vegas still won, and Sharks likely to buy out Paul Martin.

Top hockey news for Monday, June 11th

As the Washington Capitals and their fans continue to party with the Stanley Cup, the parade is set for Tuesday in D.C.

As the free agency period gets closer, Ilya Kovalchuk meets with the Kings and will visit the Sharks

In this week’s edition of 31 Thoughts, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet looks at if Vegas is rethinking Erik Karlsson trade

After a Game 5 romp, Toronto Marlies are one win away from the Calder Cup.

Despite their loss in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights still won

With the off-season taking shape, there is a strong possibility that the Sharks will buyout Paul Martin

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