Stars on Fire

Three out of a possible four teams were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Wednesday. In the East the Boston Bruins eliminated the Carolina Hurricanes, the Tampa Bay Lightning sent the Columbus Blue Jackets packing, and in the West the Colorado Avalanche ended the Arizona Coyotes Stanley Cup dreams. The Philadelphia Flyers had the... Continue Reading →

Overtime Madness

Sunday gave us five games, three of which went to overtime.The New York Islanders and Washington Capitals faced off in the early game in Toronto, before the Dallas Stars and Calgary Flames battled it out in Edmonton. The Chicago Blackhawks knew they had to win their matchup against the Vegas Golden Knights or they'd be... Continue Reading →

Horvat OT Winner Steals the Show

The fourth day of the Stanley Cup Playoffs was a little more relaxed than the first three, but there was still plenty of excitement and upset. The Arizona Coyotes faced the Colorado Avalanche in Edmonton for the early game, before the Montreal Canadiens looked to level their series with the Philadelphia Flyers in Toronto. The... Continue Reading →

Final Qualifier Day

With five of the six teams facing elimination on Friday losing, Saturday saw just two hockey games - both round-robin face-offs. The Vegas Golden Knights (West) and the Philadelphia Flyers (East) were named the No.1 seed in their conferences after winning, and the Colorado Avalanche (West) and Tampa Bay Lightning (East) were crowned the No.2... Continue Reading →

Stanley Cup Qualifiers – Day 6

Heading in to Day 6 the Calgary Flames knew all they needed was a victory against the Winnipeg Jets to become the second team, and first in the West, to secure their place in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It was an exciting day of hockey with 28 goals scored, 10 of which came in the... Continue Reading →

Stanley Cup Playoffs – Day 3

We're already on Day 3 of the 2019/20 Stanley Cup Playoff campaign. The first two days brought us some shocks, edge-of-your seat moments, an overtime and 48 goals. Day three treated us to four best-of-5 series games (two Eastern, two Western) and two Round-Robin games (one Eastern, one Western Conference), not one, but two hat... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Night Hockey

Tuesday night's hockey saw the Carolina Hurricanes make history by winning their fourth game of the season, going 4-0 for the first time since becoming the Hurricanes. They've done it once before as the Hartford Whalers in 1995/96. We were also treated to a natural hat trick from James Neal in New York, Sid Crosby scored his 446th NHL... Continue Reading →

Saturday Night Hockey

Heading in to Saturday's games the L.A. Kings and Detroit Red Wings were the only teams not to have played their first game of the season. Now everyone has played at least once. The San Jose Sharks have had a busy week - after allowing nine goals in two games against Vegas, including five on... Continue Reading →

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