It’s Hookey Night in Canada.
Your faithful live blogger will not be in his suburban basement offering breathless commentary on the opening game of what should be a dandy Eastern Conference final.
Instead, I’ll be at Montreal Maison symphonique listening to chamber music recital.
Maxim Vengerov, da.
Ilya Kovalchuk, nyet.
Dwight King scored twice, including an empty-netter, as Los Angeles continued its relentless march through the 2012 playoffs. The Kings are 9-1, 6-0 on the road. They outshot the home-ice
Roman Hamrlik, of all people made it interesting. The ancient defenceman made the third period interesting after Michael Del Zotto gave the Rangers what seemed to be an insurmountable
Only one semi-final series goes the limit. And it should be a great Saturday night in New York City. A late goal by Marian Gaborik made it interesting, but this
Say goodnight, Kate Smith. God bless parity. Another top seed is out of the playoffs. Ilya Kovalchuk, who is having great playoffs, fired a rocket past Ilya Bryzgalov on a New
Dainius Zubrus scored twice, including the winner and an empty-netter. Martin Brodeur wons on his 40th birthday ... and gets an assist on Zubrus's second goal. The Devils had a
Mike Green, who's had a quiet series, blasted one through Henrik Lundqvist on a Washington power play for the only goal of the third period and a 3-2
After missing Game 2 with a back injury, Ilya Kovalchuk returned to the New Jersey lineup and racked up a goal and two assists in the Devils 4-3
No Ilya Kovalchuk? No problem. New Jersey dominated the home team – the Flyers went 18:30 without a shot on goal in the second period – and got three unanswered
Alexander Ovechkin, who had minimal ice time after two periods, scored on a Washington power play to break a 2-2 tie and send the Capitals home with a