Sports fans have a lower threshold for the word “emergency.” While most people reserve the term for events like heart attacks, major world crises and running out of toilet paper, sports fans know that true emergencies are things like double overtime and last minute drives. So you can forgive one loyal hockey fan for having to change dinner plans based on the fortunes of his favorite team.
With the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs upon us, we wanted to have someone to break them down for us and who better than long time player and now broadcaster, Randy Moller, the voice of the Florida Panthers
The first round of the 2013 NHL playoffs starts this week, as 16 teams begin their quest for the Stanley Cup. The Pittsburgh Penguins were the best team in the Eastern Conference, but seven other squads believe they can reach the finals
Joshua Mikes notched a hat trick, goalie Filip Orcik stopped 45 of 47 El Paso shots and the Bay Area Seals avenged a first-round loss to the Rhinos with a 7-2 win, vaulting the Seals into the Thorne Cup Finals Easter Sunday in McCall, ID
Taylor Bargar and Chad Cesarz each scored twice and the Rhinos' special teams contributed half of their eight goals Friday afternoon, as El Paso dominated the Fresno Monsters from start to finish, 8-3.
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