The Night That Was: Ducks Lay an Egg

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Teemu Selanne played his last game in the NHL and the league could lose another fantastic Finn in Saku Koivu is he decides to retire this summer.

Anaheim Ducks 2 Los Angeles Kings 6

It wasn't meant to be. In the game that turned out to be Teemu Selanne's last game, the Ducks laid an egg and the Kings became the champions of California. John Gibson, who got overhyped in the pre-game by Mike Johnson on TSN ("next great American goalie"),  was pulled after allowing 4 goals on 18 shots. Jonathan Quick turned away 20 shots for the win.

Links:

Ty Anderson identifies the Bruins as a slow team.

Corey Zupke talked to Teemu after his last game.

Sean Fitz-Gerald documents the bad boys of the NHL playoffs.

Ronnie Shuker on what the Pens shouldn't do (overreact).

Sean Gentille explains the Pens logic in keeping Bylsma.

Pensburgh talks about outcoaching and Dan Bylsma.

Chris Boyle break down the Canadiens/Bruins series with in-depth analysis.

Felix Potvin eviscerates the Leafs for their culture of entitlement.

Tyler Dellow on why Sidney Crosby is better than Jonathan Toews.

Katie Baker on joy and the Montreal Canadiens.

Finally, Down Goes Brown on how the Bruins and Habs went seven.





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