Patric Hornqvist beat Pekka Rinne from alongside the net with 1:35 to play, and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Nashville Predators, 2-0, to win their second consecutive Stanley Cup in a controversial Game 6 on Sunday.
Wes McCauley, a NHL referee that now lives in South Portland, Maine, had some fun with the crowd in San Jose as the Sharks were playing the L.A. Kings. They had to go to official review if a goal was actually a goal.
Duncan Keith and Patrick Kane scored goals and goalie Corey Crawford was flawless in net, as the Blackhawks shut out the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-0, in Game 6 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Finals in Chicago on Monday night. With the win, Chicago captured their third NHL championship in six seasons.
Little Cammy can't walk or talk. She can smile. It's a really pretty smile, too. And a HUGE smile when she sees her favorite hockey player, Duncan Keith of the Chicago Blackhawks. You, like I, are probably a Bruins fan. I venture a guess that you'll be a fan of Duncan Keith after you see him grant Cammy her wish. Tissues may be necessary!
It was two years today ago that the L.A. Kings beat the New Jersey Devils for the Stanley Cup in game six. They could do it again tonight except this time against the New York Rangers and if they do it will be in a four game sweep.
The New York Rangers face the Los Angeles Kings in the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Finals beginning on Wednesday night in California. Here's a preview of the series that will decide which team wins the NHL championship:
Tonight is the most important game so far in these 2014 playoffs for the Boston Bruins. Boston is down two games to one in their best-of-seven series, playing Game 4 in Montreal at 7:30. Not to be “Captain Obvious” here but losing tonight will pretty much end the series. Of course being down three games to one doesn’t mean the Bruins are out, but it sure makes it hard to come back and move to roun
The atmosphere in Boston's TD Garden was electric from the get-go on Saturday as the Bruins took to the ice to try and close out the Detroit Red Wings in Game 1 of their first round series.
And the Bs didn't disappoint the sellout crowd of 17,565 as they survived a late comeback attempt by the Red WIngs to hold on for a 4-2 win.
The Boston Bruins beat the Detroit Red Wings (April 26) today in Game 5 of their opening round Stanley Cup playoff series. The Bruins now advance to the second round where they will take on another 'Original Six' team, the Montreal Canadiens.