May 13 2011 08:40PM
If Patrice Bergeron is out for more than the first two games, the Bruins will be in tough against the Lightning. Bergeron has been great, and if he is out then the Nathan Horton line will have to carry more of the load. Horton's line was dominant against Philly, and it will be interesting to see if Eric Brewer and Matthias Ohlund can control that line starting Saturday.
May 13 2011 06:03PM
Did you honestly think that Tampa Bay was going to beat Washington in the second round of the playoffs this year? You dirty rotten liar. No one thought Tampa Bay was going to win. How dare you sully the good name of this website with all of your falsehoods?
May 13 2011 11:24AM
With the post-season at the midpoint, it's time again for a review of matters around the league. In this installment, the Sharks finish the Wings, the Eastern Conference goes on vacation, and the league puts out a fire in the desert. Maybe.
May 11 2011 01:29AM
Continuing in the theme of former Flames players who are still playing into mid-May, today we look at a guy who didn't have much more than a cup of coffee in Calgary. Much like Ian White in San Jose, Vancouver's Chris Higgins has been a much traveled man over the past two seasons, with stints in New York and Florida to go along with his Canadian stops. Now a conference finalist with the Canucks, Higgins has proved to be a very important addition, something those who watched him here shouldn't be surprised at.
May 10 2011 01:13PM
Interesting discussion on the FAN960 this morning between Dean Molberg and Rhett Warrener. The issue was the Flames perception in the UFA market and how that might impact the club going forward.