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The Night That Was: One. More. Time.

We have a Montreal/Boston game seven and nothing else matters. Oh, and the Battle of SoCal is entering elimination time.

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Boston Bruins 0 Montreal Canadiens 4

Just over 2 minutes in Lars Eller scored a goal and there was no looking back. Expect Andrei Markov to be fined for spearing Zdeno Chara near the end of the game. Game seven goes Wednesday night at 6:00 CST (I believe).

Anaheim Ducks 4 Los Angeles Kings 3

Jonathan Quick for a lot more years makes me wonder how much people overvalue the small sample size that is the playoffs. Anyways, John Gibson played well again and the Kings couldn't come back from a 4-1 deficit.


Mike Colligan on the Finnish Breakout and Jussi Jokinen. Please don't cry, Arby.

Dmitri Filipovic allows us to see the difference in possession between Sami Vatanen and Mark Fistric.

Bower Power at Pension Plan Puppets calls out Tim Leiweke for his double talk.

Sean Fitz-Gerald digs through the carnage that we know as the Leafs captaincy.

Ryan Lambert informs us that the Wild will continue to makes us sleepy, because the are the Minnesota Wild.

Harrison Mooney looks at hockey race problem once again.

Bruce Arthur on the struggle P.K. Subban faces to fit into a league where there is no one quite like him.

*Jets Prospects News*

Josh Morrisey is playing well on The Rock.

Scott Kosmachuk's Guelph Storm were truly drafted and developed. Okay, there were a few trades in there too.

(YouTube is redirecting to its mobile site for me, so there will be no CBC videos until this is resolved).