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Kuemper vs. Tampa Could Be The Crux of the Series

Tampa - - The Tampa Bay Lightning have shown some weaknesses in this series. And much like the New York Rangers, the Colorado Avalanche took advantage of those. After an interesting first period where the Avalanche trailed 2-1, nobody saw Darcy Kuemper melting down this game. It was predicted many

John Tortorella Has a Massive Challenge Ahead of Him

John Tortorella was introduced to the Philadelphia media today. To say he was very prepared would be an understatement. He had just come off nailing the interviews to get the job and he answered every question with great ease. In the summer, everything is easy, breezy. “Culture and accountability are easy

Looking Closer at the Colorado Avalanche and New York Rangers

The Stanley Cup playoffs are in full swing and getting a chance to lift Lord Stanley is becoming more of a reality after each passing game. The New York Rangers are surprising even the best of prognosticators and the Colorado Avalanche has been scoring goals in buckets. MSG is a

The Playoffs Haven’t Been Too Big For Shesterkin

Igor Shesterkin has come of age. At the age of 26, he is the perfect age to show his fans that he is ready. Ready to battle the two-time Stanley Cup champs. Ready to battle Andrei Vasilevskiy, who he surely respects. In what seems impossible, Vasilevskiy is just 27.  He already