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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Monday's Need To Know

05/27/2013 12:13 EDT | Updated 07/27/2013 05:12 EDT
Game 2 of the Penguins-Bruins clash goes tonight on Hockey Night In Canada (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 8 p.m. ET).

Stay up to date with all the latest news from both conference finals and around the league with this list, which will be updated throughout the day:

- Will the Penguins go with Tomas Vokoun in net, or go back to Marc-Andre Fleury? Here's your answer from "Flower."

- Get out your Pittsbugh roster decoder ring. Here are their new lines for Game 2.

- Things got heated between the Bruins and Penguins captains in Game 1, but were defused before this artist's rendering could happen between Sidney Crosby and Zdeno Chara.

- This unnamed sports drink has what Brooks Orpik craves. (Hint: it's electrolytes.)

- The Kings are down 2-0 in the West final, but they won't be sweating yet, and with good reason. They're 7-0 at home this year in the post-season, and the Blackhawks have just two wins away from the Madhouse on Madison.

- Central Division rivals? No way. The Blues' David Perron is a big fan of how the Blackhawks played in Game 2, and so is the Habs' Colby Armstrong.

- No decoder ring needed to find out the missing player for the Bruins at their game-day practice, as they're just missing No. 68.

- A few days after the John Tortorella era in New York ended, a reporter that dealt with the fiery bench boss jotted down his thoughts about Torts and his adversarial relationship with the media.

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