Good morning everyone, and happy Memorial Day to you.
After Game 7 spilled into double overtime, the Penguins finally pulled out the win to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. NBC must be breathing a sigh of relief that at least one reliable hockey market will grant them ratings for this series. Don’t get me wrong, while I believe that they’ve become a hockey town, Nashville is still not the broadcast market that Pittsburgh is. It could be worse: we could be hearing about Ottawa’s inability to sell out each weeknight game while they played boring-ass hockey. Continue reading
As it turns out, we can’t quite talk about the NHL Bracket Challenge quite yet since they haven’t awarded the points for this round even though Nashville won two nights ago. Plus, as it turns out, two players still have active picks. We’ll have to take this up next week. Continue reading
I was hoping to announce that the Stanley Cup Final matchup had been set. All Pittsburgh had to do was win game six in Ottawa. It’s not like it was a packed house or anything. Continue reading
Nashville did it; they made it to the Stanley Cup Final. Last night the Toothy Cats advanced by beating the Anaheim Ducks with Colton Sissons’ hat trick, two by Austin Watson, and an additional empty net goal by Filip Forsberg. It was a beautiful win. Continue reading
It’s Memorial Cup time! After the P-Bruins picked up Zach Senyshyn and Jesse Gabrielle from their respective junior teams, the Bruins are down to one player left playing in the junior leagues: Jakub Zboril. Winners of the Presidents Cup in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, the Saint John Sea Dogs are the Q’s representative to the tournament this year.