Posts Tagged ‘NHL Playoffs’

Ever since the 2012 LA Kings made a Cup-winning run in the NHL playoffs as an eighth seed, there has been a sense that even those squads that barely squeak into the playoffs have a chance at making a serious run. Sure enough, this season has brought fans more than a couple teams whose place in […]

The 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs have certainly delivered upon the hype they receive from fans of the NHL each spring. Not only did the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks finally overcome their first round playoff demons in advancing to the Western Conference Finals, but the Tampa Lightning have managed to return to the […]

Wednesday night’s Game 7 between the Dallas Stars and St. Louis Blues looked as if it had all the elements of a classic playoff showdown. The two Central Division rivals had split the first six games of the series in exciting fashion, leading to this crucial junction that would determine which team advances to the […]

Even though fall brings all of the excitement of football, playoff baseball, and the start of the NHL/NBA, I still think that spring is the most exciting time to be a sports fan. After this year’s thrilling finish to March Madness, both the NBA and NHL playoffs are now set to start in short order, and both should […]

You’re bound to find the Stephen A. Smith’s and Tony Kornheiser’s of the world going crazy today about situations like the Brent Seabrook hit on David Backes in Game 2 of their NHL Playoff matchup. At this very moment I’m not very concerned about the deep philosophical and medical implications of this situation and whether […]