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A Ranger Win For All Time!
Having rooted  for the Rangers my whole life I can name some of the worst losses but I can also remember some of the great wins. This being winning time I won't recant the losses so let me go straigh to the W's!
There was that magical night beating the Vancouver Canucks to win the Cup …
ESPN’S Coverage OF The NHL Is Pathetic!
The world wide leader? Hardly. Oh in terms of marketing itself perhaps but in reality-No thanks. Hey ESPN their is more to reporting the NHL playoffs then giving a score.
Now I know Hockey is 4th on the major sport pecking order, maybe 5th depending if you consider Auto Racing a sport, but serio…
Wondering If Albany Would React The Same As Kentucky?
Events after the final 4 game between Kentucky and Louisville have me wondering. Would
morons, thugs and idiots cause such a disruption that police would need to come in and turn on the pepper spray to disperse fools that decide, in the name of winning a game, to torch cars, cause harm, burn furnitur…
Rangers Beat Canucks
Rest easy Ranger fans.  They're not going win-less.  Thanks to a four-goal third period and a brilliant game by Henrik Lundqvist the Rangers beat the Vancouver Canucks, last season's Western Conference champion, 4-0.
Bruins Win First Stanley Cup Since 1972
It took 39 years but the Boston Bruins are the Stanley Cup champions once again.
Patrice Bergeron and rookie Brad Marchand scored two goals apiece and Tim Thomas made 37 saves in his second shutout in the Finals as the Bruins beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Wednesday night.
It was Bos…
Bruins Canucks Game 3
With Bite gate and longest travel ever for a Stanley Cup tonight looks like a must win for Boston and their faithful fans. So what will happe? Will Vancouver live up to their potential, or will Boston start an epic come back that only their in town baseball brothers can relate to? Let the game 3 pre…
Burrows leads Canucks Past Bruins
It was yet another close game between the Bruins and the Canucks as the two teams took the 2-2 game into OT. But just 11 seconds into the extra period, Alex Burrows skated around the goal and slammed the puck into the open net, giving Vancouver the two games to none lead in the Stanley Cup Finals.