Sharks, Penguins begin battle for Lord Stanley’s Cup

The San Jose Sharks and Pittsburgh Penguins are the last two teams standing of the sixteen that qualified for 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This is San Jose’s first ever trip to the Finals in their history, while Pittsburgh will attempt to win their fourth Cup title and first since 2009. Led by captain Joe Pavelski, the … Read more

Red Wings’ effort nowhere to be seen, get dominated by Penguins 7-2

RED WINGS vs. PENGUINS 23 SOG 41 1/2 POWER PLAY 2/5 28 HITS 15 34 FACE-OFF WINS 31 10 BLOCKED SHOTS 5 12 GIVEAWAYS 7 1st Period Pittsburgh had good tempo to start the contest. Produced some good forechecking and got a couple scoring chances early on Petr Mrazek. Gustav Nyquist got a great opportunity in … Read more

Kessel, Penguins’ offense too much for Wings to overcome; Mrazek pulled in 6-3 defeat

RED WINGS at PENGUINS 3 GOALS 6 38 SOG  39 28 FACE-OFF WINS  27 24 HITS  23 0/1 POWER PLAY  0/1 2 GIVEAWAYS  6 10 BLOCKED SHOTS  11 1st Period Pretty evenly-matched first period. Phil Kessel got a nice stretch pass sent his way with lots of open space, but missed the net on the … Read more

Biggest surprises so far in the NHL

[tps_header] We’re just over a week into the 2015-16 NHL season, and although the season is still in its infancy, several teams have posted records that would make even the most casual hockey fan stop and scratch their heads. Here are the biggest surprises so far. [/tps_header]