Daily Archives: April 3, 2007

Tonight’s Playoff Scenarios

Tonight, as Steve already noted, plenty will be decided with a near full slate of action. Three divisions could get clinched by the night’s completion and so can three playoff berths. Courtesy of nhlmedia’s NHL Today, here are the different … Continue reading

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Biggest Night of the Year. Period.

Tonight will decide everything. Everything. I garantee it. By Saturday, the Canadiens-Leafs will mean nothing compared to tonight. Devs host Ottawa in a game with seeding implications. Buffalo is in Pittsburgh (VERSUS, Dave Strader-Darren Eliot have the call) and will … Continue reading

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Ask Not For Whom The Bell Tolls….The Bell Tolls For Isles

The Isles play the Rangers tonight in a game that has meaning far different than what Islanders fans could even remotely imagine on trade deadline day. On that day, we picked up Ryan Smyth, DP was healthy and playing great, … Continue reading

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John Buccigross

Bucci’s latest column is a must read for any puck fan. This guy gets it. A small sampling of the SC anchor’s passion coming out: Crosby is better at what he does than LeBron James is at what he does. … Continue reading

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