The NHL playoffs are almost through the first round and so far thigns have been surprsiing as strong teams have been easily taken care of while teams that had no chance are having an impact.
The first few games of the playoffs allowed for an insight into the differences between youth and veterans on teams as the young teams stumbled out of the block but aren’t entirely out of it as the first round continues.
The NHL playoffs are here and in both conferences there will be an interesting battle between young exciting teams and veteran experienced teams as young group look to make an impact while veterans try to show that experience makes all the difference in the playoffs.
Last year the NHL saw no Canadian teams make the playoffs but that trend has turned the opposite direction as there could be five of the seven Canadian teams in the playoffs this year.
Canada is heading into its 150th year and just before the sports landscape in the country as Canadian sports took on a bigger role on the international scene.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs have begun and after two games the Sharks looked like they were putting themselves out of the series in their own heads although they recovered well in Game 3.
The Stanley Cup Finals are here and two teams will go head-to-head looking to show that they found the right combination to take home a championship.
With the Stanley Cup Finals set to begin the Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks might look to some unexpected playoff heroes to help them get the ultimate prize.
The NHL playoffs always leads to some major decisions and one of the biggest is who will play in net which can sink a team if the wrong decision is made.
With the end of the second round came the end to four team’s Stanley Cup hopes including the Washington Capitals as Alexander Ovechkin finished another year without a cup.