Monthly Archives: April 2018

Controversy makes NHL look bad in these playoffs

Controversy has surrounded too many games in these playoffs. The NHL looks bad for how some key decisions have impacted games on the big stage. Look no further than what took place over the weekend. Let’s start with Saturday night … Continue reading

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Most deserving team, Sabres win NHL Lottery

Finally, logic prevailed. I know I wasn’t alone in thinking it was gonna happen again. Especially when Carolina moved all the way up into the top three along with the Montreal. When NHL Deputy Commish Bill Daly revealed picks three … Continue reading

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Rangers drop to nine in rigged NHL Lottery

I haven’t said anything on the new NHL Lottery format. That’s because it’s so ridiculous, I have nothing to say without expletives. 🤬 So, only this league and its idiotic TV partner could turn a simple lottery into a three … Continue reading

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Team Nash 6 Tampa Blueshirts 2

👉#NHLBruins pic.twitter.com/XTUFeHdy8k — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) April 28, 2018 In the first game of a intriguing second round series between a team with one former Ranger in the lineup against a team with five ex-Rangers, Team Nash defeated the Tampa … Continue reading

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Deja Vu: Bruins end Leafs season five years later, Second Round set

The result was the same. For one hockey crazed city, it was deja vu all over again. For the other, it was celebration time. Five years later in a similar situation, the Bruins again got the better of the Leafs … Continue reading

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Leafs and Bruins play Game 7 tonight!

Of all the series in a lackluster first round, this one has stood out from the rest. A matchup between bitter rivals will require a Game 7 to decide who advances to the second round where the Lightning await. For … Continue reading

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Couturier’s hat trick and five points while hurt overshadow Guentzel’s four goals

Sometimes, the NHL Playoffs demonstrate how courageous these players are. The level of pain threshold they play through is unreal. Patrice Bergeron once played with a broken rib and separated shoulder in Game 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: First Round lacking usual bite

HARD HITS By Derek Felix View this post on Instagram Always #LeafsNation A post shared by Toronto Maple Leafs (@mapleleafs) on Apr 21, 2018 at 5:18pm PDT Normally, the first round of the NHL Playoffs has a couple of riveting … Continue reading

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Your 2017-18 Devils: A team to be proud of

For the Devils, today’s 3-1 loss to the Lightning in Tampa represents both an end and a beginning.  Of course, the end being that today represents the last game the Devils will play until they open the 2018-19 season next … Continue reading

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Devils must overcome devastating loss on controversial hit to keep season alive

Coming off a epic Game Three highlighted by MVP candidate Taylor Hall’s three points in a huge 5-2 victory before a raucous environment at The Prudential Center, the Devils suffered a devastating loss in Game Four to the Lightning on … Continue reading

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