Post Tagged with: "Stanley Cup"

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Will Iginla Get His Ray Bourque Moment in Colorado?

March 6th, 2000 Ray Bourque left Boston. His destination, via trade was for the Mile High City and one last chance to win a Stanley Cup. The following season, which […]

by · July 17, 2014 · 0 comments · Colorado Avalanche
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King Henrik Still Reigns in New York Despite Absence of Holy Grail

A 2006 Torino Olympic Gold medal, a Vezina Trophy, nearly every major New York Rangers goaltender record, and an Eastern Conference Championship. The only thing that Henrik Lundqvist, a 7th […]

by · June 26, 2014 · 0 comments · New York Rangers
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Kings Set to Reign for Years to Come

In the spring of 2012, it seemed to come out of nowhere. An eighth-seeded team that made a coaching change to the stern Darryl Sutter midway through the year, the […]

by · June 24, 2014 · 1 comment · Los Angeles Kings
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LA Kings: Stanley Cup Swimsuit Edition

The Stanley Cup is always the prettiest girl in the room. And when the prettiest girl hits the beach? All eyes on the glistening prize, as the Girl from Sheffield […]

by · June 19, 2014 · 0 comments · Los Angeles Kings
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Which Los Angeles Kings Players Will Be Left Off the Stanley Cup?

With the Los Angeles’ Kings hard work having earned them their second Stanley Cup in three years, they get to some well-deserved time off.   Not so for long-time Stanley Cup […]

by · June 16, 2014 · 1 comment · Los Angeles Kings
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Top 5 New Jersey Devils 2000 Stanley Cup Finals Moments

The New Jersey Devils journey to the 2000 Stanley Cup Finals started with a sweep of the Florida Panthers and ended with a historic rally. Down three games to one […]

Kings Are Kings of NHL After Winning Second Stanley Cup

Kings Are Kings of NHL After Winning Second Stanley Cup

There’s nothing quite like your first Stanley Cup. That is, until you win your second. Such are the feelings the Los Angeles Kings are experiencing after another amazing run through […]

Brodeur wants one more chance at a Stanley Cup (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

11 Years Later: Brodeur Deserved The Conn Smythe Trophy

The date was June 9, 2003.  When the final horn sounded, the New Jersey Devils were Stanley Cup champions for the third time in franchise history, defeating the Mighty Ducks […]

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Should Bettman Outsource the Cup Presentation?

The Stanley Cup is the NHL’s ultimate prize.   It’s too bad that, every spring, it gets welcomed by an overwhelming chorus of boos. It’s not the Cup’s fault.  Everyone revels in […]

by · June 5, 2014 · 2 comments · News/Commentary
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The Illusion of Inevitability: Is Montreal Really Done?

Many Habs fans are starting to sweat, and it isn’t because Montreal is starting to get warmer weather either. It was one thing to swallow such a brutal loss in […]

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The Evil Has Been Vanquished: The Canadiens Move Onward

The Montreal Canadiens did what most could not fathom them accomplishing, defeating the evil which shall not be named in their second round series in seven games to bounce the […]

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The Emotional Roller Coaster of Minnesota’s Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Minnesota Wild has taken their fans on a wild and emotional Roller Coaster in the first two series of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The wild’s second round series […]