PHT Morning Skate: Fleury’s playoff streak; Boeser’s mission

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Marc-Andre Fleury is set to play in the playoffs for the 14th straight season. That streak is currently the longest active one of any athlete in the four major North America sports. [Sin Bin Vegas]

Bruce Cassidy on how he plans to use the Round Robin games to prepare the Bruins for the First Round. [National Post]

Max Domi, a Type 1 diabetic, on deciding to join the Canadiens for the Stanley Cup Qualifiers: “We’re learning more and more day by day, and I think to have that little buffer there to make sure that when I got here it was super safe — not that it wasn’t at the start — worked out great. Now that I’m here, it’s awesome, and I’m just worried about Game 1 against Pittsburgh and super excited to be part of the group now.” [Sportsnet]

• NHL coaches on reminding players not to break NHL bubble rules. [ESPN]

Brock Boeser entered summer training camp on a mission to finish off this season strong. []

• Why the Rangers could be the NHL’s next dynasty. [NY Post]

• How Brendan Lemieux‘s two-game suspension hurts the forward more than the Rangers. [Forever Blueshirts]

Connor McDavid on Leon Draisaitl‘s chances at both the Lindsay Award and Hart Trophy: “I think the players [in Pearson voting] will get it right with Leon. Probably should do both but I don’t have a lot of faith in the media [for Hart Trophy].” [Edmonton Journal]

• The voting for the 2019-20 Norris Trophy was a difficult choice. [The Hockey News]

• What makes Sean Couturier a great choice as a Selke Trophy finalist. [NBC Sports Philadelphia]


Sean Leahy is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.

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