The rest of the 2nd round starts tonight
Jim Rutherford dropped some more interesting comments about JT Miller’s status moving forward.
The second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs is looking kind of...juicy.
Rangers and Penguins then Flames and Stars in two battles to advance to the next round on tap tonight.
How many times before it becomes tradition? Amid high expectations, the Toronto Maple Leafs lose another first round series.
What’s better than a Game Seven? How about five of them? Three winner take all games on tap for today!
Let’s hold our feet to the fire.
The Leafs look to regain the advantage on home ice as they host Tampa in Game Five tonight.
Colorado sweeps Nashville, the Flames win big in Big D, the Penguins have the Rangers on the ropes and Florida comes back to win in overtime.
The Avalanche look to be the first team through to the Second Round tonight.
Troy Stecher got a chance in the lineup Sunday night for the LA Kings and made the most of it.
The Hurricanes can put a stranglehold on their series as they head into Game Three tonight in Boston.
The Rangers, Panthers, Predators and Stars all look to try to knot things up as they prepare for Game Two of their series’ tonight.
Former Canuck Louis Domingue steps in mid-game and helps the Penguins to a Game One victory over the Rangers.
"If we add the right players, we can be a playoff team pretty quick."
Sixteen teams begin their quest for one of the hardest trophies to win in all of sports. The quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup begins tonight!
Sure, they took the ‘Bunch of Jerks’ thing waaaay too literally in the off-season, but there’s still a lot to like about the Canes heading into this post-season.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are looking for the threepeat, but the Presidents’ Trophy winning Florida Panthers might stand in their way.
Are the Colorado Avalanche ready for a Cup run, or can the Calgary Flames bring it back to Canada for the first time in 29 years?
HSH’s Canucks Scouting Report (Pro-Con-Clusion #41): Spencer Martin puts on a show to conclude the season
Harsunder breaks down the best and worst of the last 2 Canucks games as well as a concluding thought in his 41th feature and final edition of this season of the Pro-Con-Clusion series
Our quest to find a team worthy of your support this post-season heads over to the favorites from the Western Conference: the Colorado Avalanche.
The long-standing tradition (Thanks, Jim!) returns as we explore where to shift our allegiance to during this years playoffs. We start with the 2022 Presidents’ Trophy winners, the Florida Panthers.
Anti-anti-anti climatic final game... but nice bookending for the season
After a thrilling come from behind OT win last night, it’s on to Edmonton, where the Canucks still have a lot to play for as they take on the Oilers.
Play A Solid Comeback Period - Win In OT
It’s Fan Appreciation night against the Kings, one last home game after falling just short of a miraculous run to the playoffs, as the Canucks end a tumultuous season with a home and away back to back.
Harsunder breaks down the best and worst of the last 2 Canucks games as well as a concluding thought in his 40th feature of the Pro-Con-Clusion series
The Canucks did what they had to in order to keep their slim playoff dreams alive, but didn’t get the help they needed on the out of town scoreboard.
The last week of the regular season is upon us and it’s time for the annual tradition of just trying to get through these last... wait, they’re still in it? And uh, about the goaltending...