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Quick Strikes for Monday, June 15

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The Lightning have their backs against the wall once again, the Blackhawks’ interesting 1938 Cup win, and much more in today’s Quick Strikes.

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  • The Tampa Bay Lightning once again have their backs against the wall, facing a pivotal Game 6 tonight at the United Center in Chicago. [Fox Sports Florida]
  • After taking a nasty fall into the net on Saturday, Nikita Kucherov is in "considerably better shape," and may play tonight. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • If not, Jonathan Drouin could again draw into the lineup for the Lightning. He saw time with Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat after Kucherov left the game on Saturday. [NHL.com]
  • The last time the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup at home was in 1938. That year, the Cup wasn't even in the building and their goalie had a little too much to drink. [Chicago Tribune]
  • There could be changes coming to NHL GameCenter Live if a settlement to a 2012 NHL antitrust class-action lawsuit is accepted. [Puck Daddy]
  • After a stellar campaign in relief of an injured Henrik Lundqvist partway through the season, it appears as though the New York Rangers are looking to trade backup goaltender Cam Talbot. [theScore]
  • Defensemen could be popular at the 2015 NHL Draft in Sunrise. Also, some words about Andrei Vasilevskiy in Elliotte Friedman's "30 Thoughts." [Sportsnet]