On the ice last night in New Jersey, Travis Zajac tallied the game-winning goal nearly six minutes into overtime, as the Devils skated past the Panthers 3-2. Sound courtesy of TSN. The two will tangle in Game 7 tomorrow night in Florida.
To the NBA, Utah clinched the final playoff berth in the West by beating Phoenix 100-88, Oklahoma City rumbled past Sacramento 118-110, Boston bounced Miami 78-66, Atlanta knocked off the Clippers 109-102, and New Orleans got by Golden State 83-81.
Last night in Ottawa, Boston College rookie Chris Kreider scored that goal on the power play, capping a three-goal second period, as the Rangers staved off elimination with a 3-2 win over the Senators. Sound courtesy of MSG. The series returns to Madison Square Garden for Game 7 Thursday night.
In Chicago, Mike Smith made 39 saves and the Coyotes scored three times in the final period to finish off the Blackhawks 4-zip. Phoenix advances to take on Nashville in the second round.
Well the defending Stanley Cup champions are still alive…
Yesterday in Washington D.C., Tyler Seguin's tally just over three minutes into overtime gave the Bruins a 4-3 win over the Capitals to send the best-of-seven first round series to a decisive Game 7 Wednesday night in Boston. Sound courtesy of NBC.
In Philadelphia, the Flyers have advanced to the second round… Claude Giroux scored 32 seconds into Game 6 and Philadelphia never looked back, finishing off the Penguins 5-1.
Last night in New Jersey, Martin Brodeur bounced back from his shortest postseason performance with a record-setting 24th Stanley Cup playoff shutout, making 26 saves in leading the Devils to a 4-0 win over the Panthers, evening their first-round series at two-all.
In Washington D.C., Alexander Semin's second period power play goal proved to be the game-winner, as the Capitals skated past the Bruins 2-1 to even their series at two games apiece.
Well 60 minutes of hockey wasn’t enough for the Rangers and Senators…
Last night in Ottawa, Kyle Turris netted the game-winning tally just over two minutes into overtime, as the Senators skated past the Rangers 3-2 to even the series at two games apiece. Sound courtesy of the NHL.
In Philadelphia, Jordan Staal’s hat trick helped the Penguins pummel the Flyers 10-3. Philadelphia still leads the series 3-1.
In Los Angeles, Cory Schneider made 43 saves to lead the Canucks to a 3-1 win over the Kings. Los Angeles leads this series 3-1.
Well the Devils scored three goals in the first six minutes to chase Florida net-minder Jose Theodore, and they lost!
Last night in New Jersey, Brian Campbell’s second period tally completed the rally, as the Panthers came back to beat the Devils 4-3 and take a two-games-to-one lead in the series. Sound courtesy of the NHL.
In Detroit, Pekka Rinne stopped 40 shots between the pipes, as the Predators skated past the Red Wings 3-1 to take a three-games-to-one series lead.
Well the Rangers have regained home-ice advantage…
Last night in Ottawa, Brian Boyle's goal proved to be the only tally of the contest, as the Rangers shutout the Senators in Game 3 1-0. Henrik Lundqvist made 39 saves for the Rangers, who now hold a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven first round series.
In Washington D.C., Zdeno Chara buried the tiebreaking tally with less than 2 minutes left, as the Bruins beat the Capitals 4-3 to take a 2-1 series lead.