The L.A. Kings outlasted the N.Y. Rangers 5-4 Saturday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup finals.
It’s that time of year again, you know, the end of Spring where football is far away, baseball is boring, and all we can do is get jealous of other cities who get to watch their sports teams compete in the NBA Championship and the Stanley Cup Finals.
Nearly a month after being hired to be the second head coach in the history of the Predators, Peter Laviolette was introduced to Nashville and its fans Sunday.
Comcast-Spectacor spokesman Ike Richman released a statement Thursday, saying the 81-year-old Snider, “is doing well and continues to be working. He is happy and healthy.”
Richards, Carter, Williams and the Kings, who won the Stanley Cup in 2012, are now the favorite to win it again in 2014.
Ron Hextall’s opportunity to be an NHL general manager was coming. The Flyers decided to speed up the process.
Giroux missed a point blank opportunity from the slot late in the second period on Wednesday night’s game 7, sailing the puck high over the net.
The Flyers roller coaster 2013-14 campaign ended with a 2-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 7. As New York moves on to face Pittsburgh, players such as Jake Voracek were left with the bitter taste of defeat.
After staying alive with a very impressive, 5-2 win over the Rangers in Game #6 of this series, the Flyers will battle the Rangers tonight at Madison Square Garden in the decisive Game #7.
Wayne Simmonds scored three goals and Steve Mason stopped 34 shots to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 5-2 win over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night, forcing a decisive Game 7 of their Eastern Conference playoff series.
The Flyers will be in desperation mode tonight as they host the New York Rangers in Game #6 of their first-round playoff series.
After losing to the Rangers in Game 5 of their playoff series on Sunday, the Flyers must win Game 6 tomorrow in South Philadelphia or their season will come to an end. A victory would force a seventh and deciding game in New York on Wednesday, but Claude Giroux says they first have to take care of business in Game 6.
The Philadelphia Flyers have no doubt they will be back at Madison Square Garden one more time with their season on the line.
The Flyers have mounted a host of comebacks this season. They will need one more or their season will be over.
Steve Mason stopped 37 shots in his first start of the series, Matt Read and Jakub Voracek scored and the Philadelphia Flyers evened their first-round matchup against the New York Rangers with a 2-1 win in Game 4 on Friday night.