Monthly Archives: April 2010

Conference Semis start up

Well, after a wild/unpredictable opening round, eight teams are left vying for the prize. The Conference Semis start up tonight with the Red Wings visiting the Sharks with faceoff an hour from now. Can San Jose finally overcome a huge … Continue reading

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Quote Of Day: Hal Gill

Today’s comes courtesy of vet Habs’ defenseman Hal Gill, who assisted on Dominic Moore’s series clincher and blocked half a dozen of his team’s preposterous 41 shots in their upset of Alex Ovechkin’s Caps last night. Gill finished with 36 … Continue reading

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All Over for Ovechkin, Caps

Amazing stuff in Washington as the Canadiens led by Jaroslav Halak pull off the unthinkable- holding on for dear life in a hard fought 2-1 win in Game Seven stunning Verizon Center. Halak makes 41 saves including 18 in a … Continue reading

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Thanks For The Memories

I do not have too much to say tonight, other then I have come to understand the only thing other sports fans besides Buffalo fans want: To hear us suffer. Well, I am here to tell you that the end … Continue reading

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Ousted Sabres taught lesson

Well, so much for one half of my Cup pick. As it turned out, maybe the Sabres knew that the Bruins were the wrong match-up. At least that would explain pulling Ryan Miller to try to get back in that … Continue reading

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Lemaire all class till end

So much for Jacques Lemaire still wanting to coach. A few days removed from the first round disappointment to the Flyers after a great season, the soon to be 65 year-old Hall Of Famer abruptly retired earlier today. Maybe the … Continue reading

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Lemaire steps aside as Devils coach

If you took Lou Lamoriello and Jacques Lemaire‘s statements immediately after last Thursday’s playoff drubbing by the Flyers at face value, you would have believed that Lemaire would be back for the final year on his two-year contract in spite … Continue reading

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Round One Randomness: Lots To Cheer About

It’s really been a tremendous start to the 2010 playoffs. When you get seven of eight Round One series going at least six games, that says plenty about how ultra competitive it’s been thus far. The hockey’s been some of the … Continue reading

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Another Rock-y ending to the season

Sitting here a day later after the Devils’ disgraceful playoff performance in front of a sold out crowd I’m struck with one primary thought – that despite the high expectations and talent level on the Devils this kind of crash … Continue reading

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And then there were Fifteen

On this nice Spring day, there now are 15 teams remaining in the Cup chase. With the Devils bowing out in a wimper a third straight year on home ice to the dreaded Flyers, it really boggles. More on this … Continue reading

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