It’s not every day you see a score so lopsided that it makes your head spin. But all sports experience inexplicable blowouts. Let’s revisit some, shall we?
Sunday night the Penguins won their 5th Stanley Cup, not to mention their second in a row. How’d they pull it off? And, what does it mean for next season?
From Hull’s controversial winner in ’99 to Chicago’s first triumph in 49 years. Plus more before, after & in between. Which Stanley Cup Finals rank highest?
Last night the Penguins took G7, moving on to the Stanley Cup Finals. But have they even played their best game? If not, that spells danger for the Preds:
When it comes to the playoffs, we throw stats and records out the window. The same goes for the NHL. So how does Ottawa match up against the Penguins?
The Capitals are in it to win it, as always. So is this finally the year? Not if the Blackhawks have anything to say about it. Our predictions continue…
The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs begin tonight, which means it’s prediction time! Let’s start with the first five series—is this the season of the Oilers?
We’ve covered the NBA, NFL and MLB, which means we’ve only got hockey left to revisit. So, was anyone able to top the ’78 Montreal Canadiens?
T.J. Brennan is an AHL superstar. And, a point-producing defenseman that the Philadelphia Flyers could currently use. If nothing else, he deserves a shot.
The NHL Trade Deadline came and went, ending with the Capitals making a big statement by acquiring Kevin Shattenkirk. Now it’s time to finish the job.
It’s been a quarter of a century since the last time the Detroit Red Wings missed the NHL playoffs. So, what was going on at the time? Let’s revisit.
One year after an Eastern Conference semi-final appearance, the St. Louis Blues are on the ropes. Because of that, Kevin Shattenkirk could be on the move.
When owner Ed Snider hired Ron Hextall as GM, it signaled a shift for the Flyers. Now they have one of the strongest defensive pipelines in the league.
When Boston fans think of their Bruins, they think of Bobby Orr. And on January 24, 1974, they would defend him like none other.
Phil Esposito thought he had found a home in Boston as part of the Bruins, but that all changed in 1975 when he was traded to the New York Rangers.
When it comes to the Stanley Cup Finals, the Philadelphia Flyers may have had the toughest luck of anyone. Let’s take a look back.
Auston Matthews’ four-goal performance on NHL’s opening night would only be the beginning, but are this season’s rookies noticeably better than last year’s?