First Win or Die of 2009
The Blues are playing for playoff survival tonight. Down 3-0, it’s a steep climb, but despite the disparity in wins, the games themselves have been pretty close, and fun to watch. Even some Canucks fans might not be so upset seeing the Blues win one for the home crowd before going back to Vancouver (just kidding, I know all Canucks fans are yelling is “sweep”).
Depending on the outcome of games over the next couple of nights, tonight’s five games may be the most we’ll see in one night until the fall. Soak it in.
The Flames-Blackhawks series is still my favorite. It may not have the natural rivalry or history like some others, but the games have been outstanding. Last night’s game ended with roughing penalties being handed out freely. Despite no majors, I might put a clip up of them later.
I’m continuing to fill in some gaps in the log over the past couple of seasons, as well as post some playoff-related clips.
Wild D John Scott - Monday the Wild re-signed John Scott to a one year deal and afterwards he talked about it with the PONDcast.
Bitz does his part in return
Rangers concerned about Drury; Boudreau worried about Avery
High viewpoint in East
Milan Lucic accepts one-game ban
Sakic back in swing of busy schedule
Stopping Rick Nash remains Red Wings’ focus
Nationwide on alert for octopi
Paychecks disappear for playoffs
Hasek returning to net
TV glitch makes some fans miss winning goal
Ducks-Sharks: Ex-teammates now opposing GMs
Penguins will try to ignore Flyers’ provocation
At least Sharks are scoring in TV ratings