Friday, April 27, 2012

Canadiens Moving Forward, Seventh Heaven, Round 2 and More

Good morning Hockey fans!

After two Game Sevens and a double overtime, the dust has finally settled on a very exciting first round.

Ottawa could not pull off the upset as the New York Rangers hung on for the win.

Meanwhile, the Florida Panthers rallied from an 0-2 deficit only to see Adam Henrique score the game winner in the second overtime period.

And, after not winning a playoff series since 1996, I was a bit heartbroken for the Panthers and their fans — who stood for the better part of the final 40 minutes.

Now, eight teams remain, including five who have never hoisted the Cup.

Will we see a new champion this year? It begins anew tonight with the Coyotes facing the Predators in Glendale.

Habs News - Montreal Canadiens Moving Forward - Part 2 - The Draft

La Presse - Canadien: pour un nouveau départ

La Presse - Filip Forsberg: «J'adorerais jouer pour le Canadien»

RDS - Carey Price est remis de sa commotion

Hockey News

ESPN - Rangers Rewind: Game 7

ESPN - Looking back at Devils' Game 7s

The Hockey News - Series win over Senators provides lessons for Rangers; Panthers-Devils close out Round 1 beautifully

The Hockey News - Adam Proteau: Has Tim Thomas played his last game for the Bruins?

TSN - McKenzie: Senators can trace series loss to Game 6

TSN - Cullen: Rangers, Devils advance to second round

TSN - Dreger: Leafs, Hawks, Florida teams in running for Luongo

USA Today - Devils oust Panthers in double-overtime Game 7 win

USA Today - Rangers win 2-1, face Capitals next

(Photo by Scott Levy/NHLI via Getty Images)


With Nashville playing the Coyotes it looks like that 2nd round pick in this years draft is getting worse and worse.

Ah shiznit


Are you saying the Coyotes can't make it past the Preds?

Faut pas vendre la peau de l'ours avant de l'avoir tuer!

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