To all Hockey Fans on planet earth,
OMG!!! This is ecstacy!!! It's been 53 years(1950 Stanley Cup Finals)since we've seen back to back games 6 and 7 in a series. There is nothing that equals the intensity of the cup chase in any sport. The Leafs/Flyers, Blues/Canucks, and Wild/Avs all have dreams of dancing with Lord Stanley. IT'S A HOCKEY NIGHT IN NORTH AMERICA!!
It'll be SRO in the mini hockey hall of fame I call my TV room with the big screen TV, picture in picture, plenty of liquid refreshments, pizza, wings, and brats. Welcome to my kingdom(queendom)and commence to party!!
Who will advance? My predicitions-Leafs, Blues and Wild.
GO LEAFS GO!!
OMG, I'm so excited I can't sit still!! Eddie celebrated his 38th birthday by once again standing on his head for his team! We're going to see some hittin' tonight! It's going to be a slamfest for the ages!! Hit 'em early and often and soooo hard their kids will be born dizzy! Go Leafs Go!!
It was another THRILLING double-overtime as the Leafs and Flyers battled it out at the ACC Monday night. In the end it was the goal by Travis Green that made the difference after plenty of exciting action. The Leafs, who arguably played their best game of the post-season, had a rejuvenated Owen Nolan and a healthy Nik Antropov.
Robert Reichel opened the scoring for the Leafs. The lone Flyer goal was scored by Jeremy Roenick. Ed Belfour celebrated his birthday by stopping 35 shots while the Leafs fired 36 at Cechmanek. Game 7 goes on Tuesday night in Philly.
Leafs Lines: Roberts-Sundin-Mogilny, Domi-Green-Hoglund, Tucker-Antropov-Nolan, Renberg-Reichel-Fitzgerald
Defence Pairings: Svehla-Kaberle, McCabe-Wesley, Berg-Lumme
Healthy Scratches: Belak, Housley, Jackman, Gavey, Holden, Leeb, Ponikarovsky, Stajan, Healey
Injuries: Gilmour (knee)-ESPN
Oh yeah, there are two other game 7's.
Wild things...I think I love you!
The Wild have won two straight on the brink of elimination.
The teams go at it again Tuesday night in Denver, with the winner moving on to the second round to face either St. Louis or Vancouver.
The Minnesota Wild sure aren't playing like a 3-year-old team making its postseason debut. Richard Park scored his second goal of the game 4:22 into overtime Monday night to give the Wild a thrilling 3-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche and force a decisive Game 7.-AP
Richard Park!! OMG the exPen factor is a good thing. Park firing that wrister past Saint Patrick-yeah baby!!!
I've got Blues uh huh!!
The first-round playoff series between the St. Louis Blues and Vancouver Canucks has quickly gone from lopsided to a toss-up. Markus Naslund had a goal and two assists as the Canucks staved off elimination for the second straight game, beating the Blues 4-3 Sunday night to force a decisive Game 7 in the first-round playoff series.
The Bluz are rested and ready to boot the Canucks. Sorry Markus mein sweetie get the clubs out of the trunk.
The Canucks were second in the NHL in goals in the regular season, and their offense has come to life the last two games. After scoring four goals in the first four games, Vancouver has nine in the last two, putting constant pressure on goalie Chris Osgood.-AP
Sorry, The hockey Nazi says: "No goals for you!" NEXT