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Feisty Habs not ready to bid adieu, Canucks put Blues on brink

The first round of these Stanley Cup Playoffs have been fascinating to follow. Even for heavy favorites such as the Golden Knights, Lightning ang Bruins, who all advanced in five games, they were tested. Only the high powered Avalanche weren’t … Continue reading

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Tuukka Rask opts out of playoffs

In a surprising announcement that was revealed on social media this morning, the Boston Bruins announced that Tuukka Rask has opted out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Rask decided that his family was more important than participating in the unique … Continue reading

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Lightning overcome playoff record 85 saves from Korpisalo in five overtime epic over Blue Jackets

Sudden death hero Brayden Point is mobbed by Lightning teammates after his winner in five overtimes gave them a unreal 3-2 win over the Blue Jackets, who got a NHL record 85 saves from Joonas Korpisalo. AP Photo credit Tampa … Continue reading

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Picking The First Round and Beyond

The most unique Stanley Cup Playoffs begins now. For half the field of the Sweet Sixteen, they got a head start by earning the right to be here. In a expanded format due to the pause in play on March … Continue reading

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Feeling a playoff tournament, Sabres chaos

In a chaotic time that won’t change anytime soon, believe it or not, playoff hockey is inching closer. With Phase 2 finally about to hit in NYC, players will start reporting to training camp. This all seems very strange. Normally … Continue reading

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A unique view on the NHL Playoff Tournament

In a special re-recorded podcast via my YouTube channel, here is what I had to say about the NHL’s planned 24 team Playoff Tournament. Included are some thoughts on the 10 potential host cities and where the games could land. … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: The Hart Race nobody wants to acknowledge

Last night in a big 3-2 win over the Jets, Oilers center Leon Draisaitl scored twice and picked up an assist to help move Edmonton into second place in the Pacific Division. The power play goal he scored in the … Continue reading

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Kevin Weekes talks Lundqvist and Kreider

Kevin Weekes is a busy man. The former goalie of the Rangers is everywhere. As the studio color analyst of NHL Tonight on NHL Network, he’s always up to talk hockey. Especially with the trade deadline around the corner. Weekes … Continue reading

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Game #58 Bruins stifling defense ends Rangers win streak at four, Marchand stirs it up

Maybe the busy schedule finally caught up to them. Playing for the fourth time in six days, the Rangers didn’t have enough to beat the very tough Bruins. In their first home game since running the table on the road, … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Hockey Day In America

It’s Hockey Day In America. Well, really it was kick-started last night with the big outdoor game played between the LA Kings and Colorado Avalanche at the U. S. Air Force Academy’s Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Stadium … Continue reading

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