The NHL rises where other sports leagues are collapsing

From Dr. Emrick of Urgent Care: Get two Stanley Cup games and call me in the morning. Not to be ungrateful, but I wish the Stanley Cup final had lasted seven instead of six games. Chicken soup with ice, good for what ails us. On June 17, in Toronto, of all places, the Yankees were … Read more

Avalanche star Nazem Kadri might have come up with excuses. Instead she made history. His Colorado relatives couldn’t be prouder. “After the difficulties comes the ease.”

Before legends are engraved in silver, they are born in sulfur. You will tell your grandchildren about Nazem Kadri. Who will tell their grandchildren. And then their grandchildren. “There will always be criticism. But don’t get discouraged, ”Hifa Fayad wrote Wednesday morning from the Middle East. “Rather, you rise above them and get the job … Read more

LeBrun Rumbles: What Anthony Duclair’s Injury Means For Florida’s Pending Unlimited Free Agents

This off-season was already shaping up to be busy for the Florida Panthers. Then came the news Wednesday that Anthony Duclair will likely require surgery for an Achilles tendon injury. First of all, it’s terrible news. Duclair scored 31 career goals last season. It’s been a great story since he signed in South Florida. I’m … Read more

The lightning hope of signing the attackers Paul, Palat, the defender Rutta

PRINT – Tampa Bay Lightning wants to sign unlimited forward free agents on hold Nicola Paolo And Ondrej Palat and defender Jan RuttaCEO Julien BriseBois said Tuesday. “I have already been in contact with all three of their agents and have had preliminary discussions in the past 36 hours,” said BriseBois. “I know all three … Read more

Tampa Bay Lighting’s reign of terror will not be forgotten

James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports PRINT – The NHL has had only a few dynasties in its over 100 years of existence. The Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton Oilers and New York Islanders have managed to do it essentially back-to-back-to-back, but we haven’t seen a major level of dominance in hockey in so long. So when the Tampa … Read more

As the hometown of Ondrej Palat, in the Czech Republic, it celebrates its “hero” in the Cup final

TAMPA, Florida – The moment Ondrej Palat scored the winner of Friday’s match in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final sent a shockwave 5,000 miles away. In Palat’s hometown of Frýdek-Místek in the Czech Republic, her parents had organized a surveillance party at their local ice rink. Even though the game started at 2:30 … Read more

Makar wins Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP for Avalanche

PRINT – As children, like most Canadians who play hockey, Cale and Taylor Makar had won the Stanley Cup dozens and dozens of times. Their battles with mini-sticks had ended in the championships, in the loft cup, the celebration had sharpened. It has never been anything like it. Because this was something Cale Makar I … Read more

The best sights and sounds of game 6 between Colorado Avalanche and Tampa Bay Lightning

Two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning avoided elimination against Colorado Avalanche in Game 5, largely due to Ondrej Palat’s late-game heroism. Palat’s go-ahead goal saved Tampa Bay’s season with 6:22 left in regulation while Lightning fled Colorado in a 3-2 win. Now, the series is back on the Bolts’ home ice at Amalie Arena. 2 … Read more

Inside the NHL: Former Sabers Captain Chris Drury Is in Good Company as a Finalist for GM of the Year | Buffalo sabers news

TAMPA – It was after Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals last month in Carolina and Chris Drury was headed to the New York Rangers locker room to celebrate. When he entered the locker room, Drury soon saw striker Andrew Copp, one of his best acquisitions with a commercial maturity. Copp couldn’t resist taking … Read more

Inside the NHL: Former Sabers Captain Chris Drury Is in Good Company as a Finalist for GM of the Year | Buffalo sabers news

TAMPA – It was after Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals last month in Carolina and Chris Drury was headed to the New York Rangers locker room to celebrate. When he entered the locker room, Drury soon saw striker Andrew Copp, one of his best acquisitions with a commercial maturity. Copp couldn’t resist taking … Read more