Tag Archives: Stanley-Cup

Ovechkin wins Conn Smythe in Capitals first ever Stanley Cup

It took only five games. But getting the fourth one against the Golden Knights proved difficult for the Capitals. Led by their captain, they fought back after falling behind a goal to stun Vegas 4-3 in Game Five to capture … Continue reading

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Lou cleans house, names self new Islanders GM

As expected, Lou Lamoriello wasted no time making changes. The new Islanders Team President cleaned house by firing both former GM Garth Snow and coach Doug Weight earlier this afternoon. The 75 years young Lou named himself the new general … Continue reading

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Hard Hits: Ovechkin and Caps silencing critics

Through three games of the most unpredictable Stanley Cup Final, it’s Alexander Ovechkin and the Caps needing just two more wins to capture the franchise’s first Cup. In a virtuoso performance following a bizarre introduction from game show host Pat … Continue reading

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Thanks for the memories John Amirante R.I.P.

It’s funny the way things can be in life. It was just the other day that I was thinking about John Amirante. How much I missed him. Maybe it’s because there’s no Rangers playoffs this Spring. Or perhaps because of … Continue reading

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Patty’s Last Lap: All-Time Devil Patrik Elias a Hall of Famer in my book

New Column: What makes Patrik Elias special #NJDevils Continue reading

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Hard Hits: Why not Brad Marchand for Hart?

As I sit here and ponder what’s been at times a confusing and long hockey season with less than a month left in the regular season, I wonder about something else. The Hart Trophy race. For weeks, it’s been basically … Continue reading

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Penguins win Stanley Cup

The Pens won their fourth Cup in convincing fashion defeating the Sharks 3-1 in Game 6. Continue reading

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Penguins on verge of Stanley Cup

The Stanley Cup has been one sided so far with the Pens dominating the Sharks. Continue reading

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Rangers and Lightning headline East as Stanley Cup favorites

With prospect tournaments concluding and training camps on the horizon, the preseason Stanley Cup were released. Yahoo Sports NHL tweeted out Stanley Cup odds via bodog.ca along with who the favorites are to win the Eastern Conference and Western Conference. … Continue reading

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Hawks and Lightning for the Stanley Cup

So, it’s Hawks and Lightning for the Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks prevailed over the Ducks 5-3 in Game 7 last night allowing another road team to prevail. So much for home ice. As it turned out, Chicago’s championship experience and … Continue reading

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