2014 Stanley Cup Final Preview


And then there were two. The conference finals turned out to be everything we had expected and then some. The LA Kings and Chicago Blackhawks battled out for seven great games. The Canadiens hit a landslide curtsey of a New York defense that has peaked at the right time and none other than Henrik Lundqvist. The road to the Finals for both teams have differed greatly. LA has remained relatively strong throughout the regular season and turned things around in the postseason after they shocked San Jose in that remarkable four-game swing to come back from a 3-0 series deficit. The Rangers were inconsistent for the most part but picked it up tremendously in the postseason when Henrik Lundqvist and their defense regained stoutness. The Stanley Cup Final this year should end up becoming one of the best championship series in recent memory because of how much each teams coincide so well with offense, defense, special teams, and above all, the fact that we will see the two best goaltenders in all of hockey play against one another. Read more about 2014 Stanley Cup Final Preview

NHL Stanley Cup Playoff 2014 First Round Preview


Another great NHL season is in the books. The majority of those who remain are the teams we expected to still be standing by the regular season’s end. Some have turned out to be surprises, teams that were counted out early in the season and made a swift turnaround to surge into the postseason. Given all the teams that will begin making a run for the Cup tomorrow afternoon, there is a strong potential for yet another great postseason.


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