Going … going … goon

For the second consecutive season, there were no fighting majors in the Stanley Cup finals.

Gary Roberts and Brooks Orpik dished out some punishing checks. So did Nickas Kronwall and Brad Stuart.

The Penguins and Red Wing

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Therrien on thin ice?

Writing in the Torontro Sun, Steve Simmons suggests Michel Therrien may be in trouble in Pittsburgh.

The story says neither Brooks Orpik nor Jordan Staal wants to play

About last night …

Final Pittsburgh flurry notwithstanding, for Canadiens fans the last game of the 2007-'08 hockey season was déja vu all over again.

December 4 at the Bell Centre. A rare

A great final!

The best team in hockey won the Stanley Cup.

The gutsiest team in hockey made it close.

And Pittsburgh, battling back from a 3-1 deficit late in the third period,

Tortorella gassed

Another tyrannical bully bites the dust.

So we're down to Rosie O'Donnell, Robert Mugabe, the Saudi royal family and the dude in North Korea.

I wonder if Vincent Lecavalier's

Advantage: Pittsburgh

At least for Game 6 tomorrow night, the Penguins have an edge.

Actually, two edges.

The first is psychological. In the crazy final minute of the third period last night, Henrik

Penguins alive!

After 110 minutes of hockey, Petr Sykora sends the series back to Pittsburgh for Game 6.

Man of the Match: Marc-André Fleury, a Patrick Royesque 58 saves as Detroit

Say good night, Sidney

The game ends with Crosby jawing at Henrik Zetterberg.

For all the good it will do him.

Jiri Hudler scored the winner in a tense 2-1 game. The Red Wings

Market watch

Dallas defenceman Trevor Daley signed a three-year, $6.9 million contract with the Stars this week.

Dallas's second-round draft choice (43rd overall) in 2002, Daley, who'll be 25 in October,

Sundin or sundown?

We all know how this will play out, right?

Some time before the draft on June 20, Mats Sundin will announce that he does not intend to sign a