Day: April 7, 2023

Blues’ Three-Game Homestand Garners Mixed Reviews

The St. Louis Blues’ brief, three-game homestand didn’t start on the right foot. The Blues began their homestand against the Boston Bruins at the Enterprise Center on Sunday, April 2. The Blues lost to the Bruins 4-3 in a shootout. St. Louis fought back to earn a point against Boston. Boston’s one of the best […]

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Word on the Deep: Can Seattle Clinch Playoffs? Yes, They Can, and They Did!

Seattle Playoff Clinching: On Thursday, April 6th, as the Seattle Kraken took on the Arizona Coyotes, many fans hoped to see their team secure their rightful place in this season’s playoffs. With a record of 43-26-8, the Kraken had some decent chances to defeat the Coyotes, who had a 27-38-13 record. Many posts were made […]

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Montreal Canadiens forward Joel Armia takes a knee during warmups before the Canadiens' April 6 game against the Washington Capitals. This was the Canadiens' Pride Night game.

Joel Armia Powers Canadiens Past Capitals

The goal celebration for Nicklas Backstrom’s sixth power-play goal of the season was subdued. In the Washington Capitals’ first game since being eliminated from the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoff, the team looked like it was mentally already in the offseason. Washington lost 6-2 to the Montreal Canadiens, the second-lowest-ranked team in the Eastern Conference. Joel […]

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Maple Leafs Defenseman Luke Schenn Skating Around in Warm-ups Prior to Puck Drop

Post-Game Analysis: Maple Leafs Lose 2-1 in Overtime to Bruins

The Boston Bruins defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs by a score of 2-1 in overtime at the TD Garden. Despite a positive showing from the blue and white, the Maple Leafs just fell short in overtime after Bruins star David Pastrnak scored his fifty-seventh of the season. With this victory, the Boston Bruins have taken […]

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Bruins May Have Found Center Of The Future

Boston Bruins Head Coach Jim Montgomery has described forward Pavel Zacha as a “glue guy,” a player with high hockey IQ and does the little things to help the team win. After seven somewhat underachieving seasons in New Jersey, Zacha has flourished in his first season with the Bruins by totaling career highs in goals […]

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