The Winnipeg Jets faithful knew they had a monster task ahead of them in their opening round playoff series with the Anaheim Ducks but most were confident they could at least grab a win or two, or even pull out a shocking series win.
Emerson Etem of the Amaheim Ducks lit the lamp on Wednesday night during the Ducks game 4 against the Winnipeg Jets, and it was one of the best playoff goals we have seen this year. Check out the moves Etem puts on two defenders before beating Ondrej Pavelec with a backhander. We will now leave
Jim Ross voiceovers will never get old.
Nashville Predators forward James Neal took some time off of scoring goals on Tuesday night to lay a large hit on Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators played a ridiculous 101 minutes of hockey on Tuesday night, with the Blackhawks finally prevailing in triple overtime to take a commanding 3-1 series lead.
After 33 seasons at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the New York Islanders will be moving to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The highly intriguing Predators-Blackhawks playoff series shifted back to Chicago on Sunday afternoon for a massive Game 3 and fans were treated to another highly entertaining game, one that included a ton of jawbreaking hits, a wild second period and some developing emotions from both teams.
Not much that needs to be said about this glorious concoction of bacon, except we are now extremely hungry.
The Blues entered their final game of the season needing a win plus an Anaheim loss to clinch the Western Conference’s best record and home ice advantage throughout the playoffs.
With the NHL regular season wrapping up, everyone has begun turning their attention to the always-thrilling Stanley Cup Playoffs that begin next week.
Washington Capitals’ winger Tom Wilson is not afraid of a stinking puck. In fact, on Sunday he put his entire body (and head) in the path of a slapshot in an attempt to block a shot and the result was not pretty.
Hockey may never surpass in terms of local fan interest and overall popularity in St. Louis but the playoff-bound Blues are doing their part to drum up additional excitement for the return of baseball.