When Nashville fell to a 3-1 deficit in its series with Phoenix, Preds fan Josh Tinley tried to make himself feel better by researching some of sports history’s most memorable comebacks. The Predators lost, but Josh wrote this post anyway.
I thought that a small portion of the Vancouver Canucks fan base had set the bar pretty low after attempting to burn their city down following losing Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals last year. As usual, I have been proven wrong.
Peter Stewart breaks down the Round 1 matchups in the Eastern Conference before giving you his prediction. Will there be any sweeps? Will the defending Stanley Cup Champs make it out of the first round?
I may not be a fan of any Boston teams, but I have to give credit where credit is due. This is best sports tattoo I’ve ever seen.
In the wake of the supposed most exciting day in the hockey season, outside of the playoffs of course, the NHL trade deadline was in a word, dead. Only 15 moves were made involving 31 players and 11 draft picks, and it wasn’t until after the deadline had passed that an exciting and unpredictable trade happened, which leads me into examining the winners and losers of yesterday’s deadline.