Stanley Cup Final

Hill Getting Close to the Top of the Playoff Mountain

When it comes to goaltending and this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, there has been no stranger story than the one that the Vegas Golden Knights are currently writing. After defeating the Dallas Stars 6-0 in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday night, May 29th, the Golden Knights are off to their second […]

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Matthew Tkachuk skating for the Florida Panthers

Tkachuk Is The King of the Panthers

There is no doubt that when it comes to the Florida Panthers and this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky has done everything and more in leading the team to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1996. In this year’s postseason, Bobrovsky, 34, is 11-2 with a 2.21 goals-against average, a .935 save percentage, […]

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Rangers and Gallant Agree to Part Ways

What a strange two years this has been for the New York Rangers. Last year, the team came within two wins of reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2014. This was after a regular season in which they were the seventh-best team in the league, thanks to a 52-24-6 record and […]

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Rangers’ Shesterkin Already in Playoff Zone

In last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, it took New York Rangers goaltender Igor Shesterkin about five games to find his form. After making over 70 saves in Game 1 against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round last year, Shesterkin, 27, struggled in Games 2, 3, and 4 and put the Rangers behind the eight […]

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Does Lightning’s Hedman Have What It Takes to Be a Hall of Famer?

In an era dominated by defensemen, there’s no doubt Victor Hedman is among the elite players in the league today. Does the Tampa Bay Lightning blueliner have what it takes to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame once he decides to hang up the skates? The second overall draft pick in 2009, Hedman […]

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Rangers Need to Hit The Ground Running Out of the Break

With the NHL All-Star break currently going on and teams and players who are not involved taking a nice vacation, getting some important rest, and resetting their respective bodies for the second half of the season, it is time for many teams in this 32-team league to start gearing up for a Stanley Cup Playoff […]

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Appreciating Penguins Head Coach Mike Sullivan

As a New York Rangers fan, I definitely appreciate what head coach Gerard Gallant has done for the team so far. I believe that under his watch last season, the team overachieved as they got to within two wins of reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2014. He was also a […]

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Shesterkin Can Be Better

New York Rangers All-Star and all-world goaltender Igor Shesterkin was the king of goaltenders in the NHL last season. Shesterkin, 27, won the Vezina Trophy as the league’s top goaltender in the regular season. He posted a 36-13-04 record with a 2.07 goals-against average, a .935 save percentage, and six shutouts. The man they call […]

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Steven Stamkos on the ice for the Tampa Bay Lightning

Bolts Playing Like Cup Contenders

It is amazing that the Tampa Bay Lightning have been to the Stanley Cup Final three years straight and won two of them (2020 and 2021) against the Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens, respectively. In the team’s quest to win their third straight Cup last season, the Colorado Avalanche knocked the Lightning off the pedestal […]

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What Are the Montreal Canadiens?

Going into the season, many hockey pundits and fans alike thought that the Montreal Canadiens were going to be a bad team. Can you blame them? The team does not have a lot of depth, does not have Carey Price backstopping them, and plays in the unbelievably high-octane Atlantic Division. Believe it or not, the […]

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