Vegas Doubles Up Colorado 6-3 to Advance to Stanley Cup Semifinals

When the Stanley Cup Playoffs began this year I believed that it was the Colorado Avalanche’s time to shine. Nathan MacKinnon was playing out of his mind, Cale Makar was looking like his old self after the injury and the team was firing on all cylinders going into round one. They made quick work of … Continue reading Vegas Doubles Up Colorado 6-3 to Advance to Stanley Cup Semifinals

NWHL News- Woods Re-Signs With The Six; Beauts Sign Clarkson U Standout

Six News: Some NWHL news coming out of Toronto on Wednesday, as the Six are bringing back another player for Season 7. Forward Taylor Woods is coming back for her second year on the team and second year in the league. https://twitter.com/NWHL/status/1402658007381688324?s=20 The forward had a very impressive rookie campaign, in which she played 6 … Continue reading NWHL News- Woods Re-Signs With The Six; Beauts Sign Clarkson U Standout

NHL Daily – And Then There Were Two

NHL News and Notes from Tuesday, June 8th, 2021 News Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy was fined by the NHL. Cassidy was fined $25,000 for criticizing the the officials after Monday night's game against the New York Islanders. https://twitter.com/PR_NHL/status/1402284714073812996?s=20 The NHL Department of Player Safety has fined Bruins forward Nick Ritchie. Ritchie was fined … Continue reading NHL Daily – And Then There Were Two

Islanders Hang On To Take The Series Lead Back To Long Island

With the series shifting back to Boston for the pivotal Game 5, both teams are striving to take the lead in the best of 7. Here is how both teams would line up. https://twitter.com/NHLBruins/status/1402029570245672968?s=20 https://twitter.com/NYIslanders/status/1402023351074361344?s=20 The Bruins would get off to a fast start, feeding off the energy of the crowd to try and establish … Continue reading Islanders Hang On To Take The Series Lead Back To Long Island