Puck Wire: Top Hockey News Of The Day: June 13th

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Halfway through another work week as Wednesday is upon us. The Capitals are still celebrating their championship victory. That party may last well into September. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, June 13th. Today’s stories include Washington have Parade on the Mall, Red Wings showing interest in Dan Bylsma, Bruins on a short list for Kovalchuk return, Islanders hire former Devils executive, Golden Knights announce dates for developmental camp, and Hurricanes announce exhibition schedule.

Top hockey news for Wednesday, June 13th

The Washington Capitals gave their fans something to remember with a parade and rally on the National Mall.

The Detroit Red Wings are looking into Dan Bylsma as an assistant coach for Jeff Blashill’s staff.

As July 1 inches closer, the Boston Bruins are on a short list for landing Ilya Kovalchuk.

Lou Lamoriello has made another move with the Islanders adding former Devils executive Steve Pellegrini as assistant General Manager.

Coming off a disappointing loss to the Washington Capitals, the Vegas Golden Knights announce their schedule for developmental camp.

With the NHL season in the books, the Carolina Hurricanes announce exhibition schedule for 2018-19 season.

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