Category Archives: NHL
I can’t say I saw this coming. Going into game 4 down three games to none, the Lightning have nothing left to lose. Montreal has had all the lucky bounces, the breakaways, and the zebra’s on their side. Callahan scored in game 3, bottom line, enough said. Tonight is do-or-die for the Bolts and they need to generate as many chances as they can get.
Somehow the Penguins pulled out a win on Monday night regaining Home ice advantage as well as a 2-1 lead in the series. Despite the victory there are still many troubling signs for Pittsburgh as Columbus continues to improve each game.
The Penguins are tied with their first round series opponents the Columbus Blue Jackets at one game a piece. Can Pittsburgh regroup and get back to what made them successful throughout the regular season or will the Jackets win their first ever Playoff series?
It’s good to be in the Playoffs
After a long season, with many obstacles that faced the Lightning, the Bolts were able to get the number 2 seed in the Atlantic Division. (more…)
Sorry for the interruption, we will resume the regularly scheduled playoff talk momentarily: (more…)
Here are my Round 1 predictions! Feel free to leave your predictions in the comments.
The Minnesota Wild open the first round of the playoffs Thursday against the dynamic and Central Division surprise Colorado Avalanche. The Avs have flourished this season behind a cast of budding superstars and a fiery coach in Patrick Roy. The question now is how this potent team will fair in the playoffs against the more seasoned Wild who have a worse record, but boast more experience at nearly every position. (more…)