The Stanley Cup can be hoisted tonight in Pittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Penguins are on the verge of winning the Stanley Cup for the fourth time in franchise history and can do so tonight on home ice. The icing on the cake is the fact that the Penguins can become the first Pittsburgh team to win a championship in the “Burgh” since Bill Mazeroski hit a walk-off home run to win... Read More

Best-of-Three for the Stanley Cup

What started off as a best-of-seven, then shifted to a best-of-five, is now a best-of-three to see who takes home Lord Stanley’s Cup. Each team was able to “steal” a game on the road. The pivotal Game 5 will be Saturday in Tampa Bay at 8 pm. Each game of the series has been decided by one goal, which has... Read More

Stanley Cup knotted at one heading back to Chicago

For hockey fans, the Stanley Cup couldn’t have gone better, as each team was able to get a victory. The best-of-seven series is now a best-of-five series heading back to Chicago for Games 3 and 4. Game 1 got started with a Tampa Bay goal from Alex Killorn deflection into the net, 4:31 into the contest. The 1-0 lead would... Read More

Stanley Cup Positional Breakdown: Goalies (Plus Series Prediction)

As good as the offensive and defensive corps of the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers are, it’s the men between the pipes who will garner the most attention in these Stanley Cup Finals. Jonathan Quick and Henrik Lundqvist are two of the best in the game and their play in the postseason has backed it up. Which goaltender... Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome back to another edition of King’s Court. Plenty has happened in the world of sports in the past week, with a number of high and lows. So without further ado, The Court is in session. Troublesome Offseason for New England Tight Ends The New England Patriots are usually kept out of media light during the offseason unless they make... Read More
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