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Chicago Blackhawks Finish Off St. Louis Blues In Game 6


The Chicago Blackhawks did not want to go back to St. Louis for a Game 7 against the Blues, and after a nearly flawless Game 6 they made sure of it. The Blackhawks finished off their playoff turnaround, winning their fourth straight game after starting the series with the Blues in a 2-0 hole. In… Read more »

Philadelphia Flyers Win…Because Claude Giroux Said So


Way back in October, when the Philadelphia Flyers were off to their franchise worst 1 and 7 start, Claude Giroux, the young Captain of the then last place team told the media that the team would make the playoffs. Members of the Philadelphia media scoffed, preferring to discuss who the Flyers would take with the… Read more »

Boston Bruins Breeze Past Red Wings, Even Playoff Series 1-1

Boston Bruins Detroit Red WIngs

The Boston Bruins showed the fire that was mysteriously missing in their series-opening loss, scoring twice in the first period on their way to a 4-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings, evening the first-round, best-of-seven NHL Eastern Conference playoff series at one game each. After winning the President’s Trophy with the best record in… Read more »

Sidney Crosby: Is Sid The Kid The NHL’s MVP?

Many consider Sid the Kid a shoe-in for this year's MVP.

Sidney Crosby. Write it down. Sid the Kid is your NHL MVP for the 2013-2014 NHL season, boys and girls. The only thing that remains between now and Crosby receiving his second Hart Trophy is the time between now and the ceremony in Las Vegas on June 24 – because there certainly isn’t much (if… Read more »

Red Wings Playoff Streak Extended To 23 By Taking Pens To OT


The Red Wings’ playoff streak is extended to 23 years! That’s the longest active streak in any of the four major North American sports – ice hockey, football, basketball and baseball. Red Wings and playoff hockey…they’re so closely related that several of the Red Wings players – especially those that have been called up from… Read more »

Kris Letang Returns To Pittsburgh Penguins Line Up

Kris Letang celebrates a goal

Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Kris Letang will return to the line up tonight, just ten short weeks after he suffered a stroke. The 26-year-old was cleared to play for the first time since January 27, when he had the stroke after feeling dizzy and nauseous. While the cause of the stroke was never pinpointed, doctors did… Read more »