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NHL: Price Injury Means ‘Bonne Nuit’ For Canadiens

Carey Price had to leave Game 1 against the New York Rangers with a knee injury. Coach Michel Terrien said Monday that Price will not play any more games in the Eastern Conference Finals. “Really disappointed,” Therrien said. “Obviously, he’s … Continue reading

NHL: Eastern Conference Finals Preview

After two hard-fought second-round series the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens will meet up in the Eastern Conference final. The Rangers went down 3-1 in games against the Pittsburgh Penguins, but managed to turn it around and win 4-3 … Continue reading

NHL Playoffs Update

Here’s an update on the second round of the NHL playoffs. Boston Bruins – Montreal Canadiens (series tied 2-2) This has been by far the most entertaining series in the second round so far. The teams are neck to neck … Continue reading

NHL Playoffs Update

The second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs is under way, and here’s an update on what’s happened so far. Chicago – Minnesota (2-0 CHI in games) The Blackhawks were on fire coming into the series and they show no … Continue reading

Hawks Find New Life at the Madhouse

After the Hawks lost their second straight playoff game in overtime to the Blues on Saturday night, Chicago fans and hockey experts were proclaiming how difficult, some saying impossible, a comeback would be.  In what has been a vicious series … Continue reading

NHL: Eastern Conference Playoff Preview

It’s time for the 2nd greatest happening in sport…after sudden death Dodgeball of course. Lets take a look at the Eastern Conference!   1. Boston Bruins vs. 4. Detroit Red Wings    It is very easy to point out that … Continue reading

NHL: League-leading offense and defense set to clash

In what experts are predicting to be the best opening series among all NHL matchups, the Blackhawks are prepared to face-off against the once point leader Blues.  The matchup is slated to be a physical battle, as both teams are … Continue reading

NHL: Hawks Find New Identity Through Adversity

When the Blackhawks entered the 2014 season, they were the top dogs.  Coming off their second Stanley Cup in 4 years, the franchise was seen as a dynamic powerhouse.  They found ways to win no matter what (17 seconds anybody?). … Continue reading