Getting to know the Rangers 2020 draft class

Alexis Lafreniere stole the show and was the focal point of the New York Rangers draft class but the Rangers also drafted really well with their second first round pick and with their later round picks on day two. They took a rugged smooth skating defenseman, an in-your-face winger with a hard shot, a few … Continue reading Getting to know the Rangers 2020 draft class

Stars Score 3 Unanswered to Advance

For the first time in 20 years, the Dallas Stars are headed to the Stanley Cup Final. This is a group, who started the season 1-7-1 with no regulation wins, and dealt with a midseason coaching change that gave the reins to Rick Bowness, figured it out and got hot at just the right time. … Continue reading Stars Score 3 Unanswered to Advance

Benn Scores Game Winner, Stars Up 3-1

They only scored four goals in the round robin. Now they're one win away from their first Stanley Cup Final since 2000. The Dallas Stars have proved all their critics wrong all postseason and have done it on the backs of their savvy veterans and their young stud defensemen Miro Heiskanen and John Klingberg. The … Continue reading Benn Scores Game Winner, Stars Up 3-1

Coyotes Double Up the Avs to Take Game 3

The Colorado Avalanche took a two game lead in their best of seven series against the Arizona Coyotes yesterday with a hard fought 3-2 win. The Coyotes were fighting not to go down 3-0 in the series and the Avalanche were looking to put a stranglehold on the series by going up 3-0. The Avalanche … Continue reading Coyotes Double Up the Avs to Take Game 3

Late Goal Gives Avalanche Two Game Series Lead

After dropping game one 3-0 to the Colorado Avalanche, the Arizona Coyotes needed to come out with fire in their eyes to make sure they could avoid a 2-0 hole in their series. Oliver Ekman-Larsson said after game one that his team needed to “respect” the Avalanche less. It starts with a good push in … Continue reading Late Goal Gives Avalanche Two Game Series Lead