Oilers: Edmonton Beats Columbus, Ties for Pacific Lead

Edmonton Oilers goalie Mikko Koskinen made 45 saves Saturday as his team settled into a tie for first place in the Pacific Division. The Oilers played some questionable hockey through the lion’s share of their Saturday contest against the Columbus Blue Jackets and wandered out with a 4-1 victory because they found twine thrice inContinue reading “Oilers: Edmonton Beats Columbus, Ties for Pacific Lead”

Blackhawks Finally Show Up, Snag Game 5

With Chris Pronger off his game, the Chicago Blackhawks were able to finally come out to play in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals. It wasn’t apparent as to what was bothering Pronger, but his coverage on Chicago’s key players just wasn’t up to par like it was in the series’ first four contests.Continue reading “Blackhawks Finally Show Up, Snag Game 5”

Flyers Tie Series

The Philadelphia Flyers potted three first period goals and looked like they were going to rout the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night, but the young Hawks mounted a bit of a comeback to pull the game close. Still, the Flyers pulled off a 5-3 victory and evened the series. Mike Richards, Matt Carle, and seriesContinue reading “Flyers Tie Series”

Flyers Snag Crucial Win

It was Claude Giroux who managed to give the Flyers some life on Wednesday night. Scoring 5:59 into overtime, Giroux gave the Flyers their first win in the series and narrowed the gap as his team moves towards the Stanley Cup. The 4-3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks came in front of a roaring crowdContinue reading “Flyers Snag Crucial Win”

Pronger’s Mind Games

His Flyers may be down by two games in their Stanley Cup Final series against the Chicago Blackhawks, but that hasn’t stopped Chris Pronger from playing some serious head games. Pronger has twice taken the game puck after the final horn sounded. In both games, he skated down towards where the Blackhawks were celebrating andContinue reading “Pronger’s Mind Games”