Yesterday was Patriots’ day in Massachusetts. The day we celebrate getting an extra day to do our tax forms.
There was tons of stuff going on yesterday, but not all of it in the world of ice hockey. Continue reading →
The Bruins prospect situation is whittling down with the NCAA tournament now and the CHL playoffs inching toward the Third Round. Several of the Bruins prospects have already joined Providence for their playoff push on ATO: Brandon Carlo, Rob O’Gara, Jesse Gabrielle, and Matt Grzelcyk (which I can now spell without Googling, woo!). Recently signed Danton Heinen also joins the Providence ranks. Continue reading →
Day Four of this First Round of Stanley Cup Playoffs started with a matinee game on NBC of all networks. Lundqvist was back. Would it make a difference? How good is the goaltending in that Flyers-Capitals series? Can the Wild just forfeit the remaining games instead of getting killed by the Stars? Will the Kings allow the Sharks to take both games at the Staples Center? All these answers and more will be answered! Continue reading →
The Stanley Cup Playoffs continue today with four games on tap starting at 3pm with the Rangers vs Penguins at the Consol Center. Lunqvist should be in net for the Rags and Zatkoff continues to fill-in for the Ailing Marc-Andre Fleury. Continue reading →