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Day 21 of Stanley Quips: The Blues Are Finally Facing The Music

Last night was the continuation of an angry Central Division series between the Nashville Pretadors and the St. Louis Blues. The two rivals went toe-to-toe when it came to highlight reel tussles and aggravation that you thought a suspension or ten would have come about this series. Instead, only 10 power plays have been dished […]

Day 12 of 2017 Stanley Quips: All About Schmidt

With the Capitals defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs last night, they can finally concentrate on the inevitable. It has been a playoff match-up that, because Gary Bettman and his cronies just can not ever understand how to make a fair playoff system, has been about as forthcoming since the entire hockey season started since all the […]

Day 11 of Stanley Quips: Le Bleu-Blancs-Rouge et Malchance

When coming into the Montreal-New York series, the most obvious narrative was that this would be a battle between two of the best and most established goaltenders in Carey Price and Henrik Lundqvist. The two did not disappoint as corsica.hockey expected there to be a combined 33 goals in the six-game series. Instead, there were […]

Day 6 of 2017 Stanley Quips: We Really Need to Talk About Barry

It’s happening again. The Capitals are facing a two games to one deficit despite being favorites to win the whole Stanley Cup tournament, let alone the series. This is not 2008, where you could argue such a young team had nowhere to go but down after being so white-hot to make it into the dance. […]

Day 4 of Stanley Quips: A Song of Ice and Fire (…wagons)

Another Capitals playoff home game, another loss. What else is new for a city that has been in a 25-year title drought that nobody ever talks about? Welp, how about the fact that I should tell you that the Capitals are doing fine. For now. With last night’s 4-3 loss, the series Washington has with […]

Week 17 of the Nerdy 30: Sweeney Todd

Another week, another coach has gotten fired. This one was a bit more predictable as Boston decided to get rid of longtime coach Claude Julien. While I still stand by the fact that it was a bad decision, Bruins fans can’t tolerate the idea of missing three postseasons in a row and that is understandable. […]

Weeks 14 & 15 of the Nerdy 30: All-Star Weekend Edition

With this year’s NHL All-Star weekend coming to a close, the rest of the regular season is upon us tomorrow and before you know it, the trade deadline will be coming at us fast. Plenty of rumors are already swirling around from struggling teams that are looking to tank and save salary cap room in […]