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The Night That Was: Wild For More

Montreal beat Boston in their own barn and Minnesota shutout Chicago at home.

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Boston Bruins 2 Montreal Canadiens 4

Shawn Thornton was unable to rally the Bruins from a two goal deficit this time. P.K. Subban thought that this game would be a good time to remind everyone he is king of the universe. Habs lead the series 2-1. Game four goes Thursday at 6:30 CST on CBC.

Chicago Blackhawks 0 Minnesota Wild 4

We have to watch at least one more game of Wild hockey. Minnesota scored four in the third to win game three. Watch for Ryan Suter's health as Marian Hossa fell on him in the second period. He returned, but how healthy is he really? Blackhawks lead the series 2-1. Game four goes Friday at 8:30 CST on TSN.

Tomorrow features the Pittsburgh Penguins vs the New York Rangers at 6:30 CST on CBC.


Garret dissects the Winnipeg Jets before and after the coaching change. There are a few trends to watch for next year.

Terrel has started his pre-draft rankings; time to learn about who the Jets may end up drafting.

Don Cherry yelled at a cloud that looked like Subban. Sean Fitz-Gerald watched it so you don't have to murder your ears.

Rhys J looks at how the Portland Winterhawks and Soo Greyhounds use zone entries to their advantage.

Justin Bourne also looks at this phenomena and concludes that dump and chase is on its way out.

Ryan Lambert breaks down the bad luck of Sidney Crosby and Rick Nash.

Bruce Arthur points out the lack of nastiness in the Bruins/Habs series.

Justin Bourne justifies the complaints about the schedule on behalf of Alain Vigneault.

Jeffler did some work with save percentages and oh my Pavelec.