Gregory Campbell’s injury probably means the splitting of Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley as linemates and the shift of Peverley from wing to his natural position of center. And this change could be coming at just the right time for Peverley.
The series could come down to goaltending.
After a rare day off for rest and contemplation, the Los Angeles Kings came back focused on what’s missing from their run at a second straight Stanley Cup title.
The D.A. Show will be leaving the local radio game and moving on to a national gig on CBS Sports Radio. Before his last show, which will be on Friday, December 14th, D.A. took a look back at one of the best moments of his time in Boston, the night the Bruins won the Stanley Cup.
One year after the Boston Bruins hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup, defenseman Andrew Ference had a little fun on Twitter to help fans remember the anniversary.
Maybe a little karma worked in favor of Mike O’Connell on Monday night.
The Los Angeles Kings’ 45-year Stanley Cup quest ended in a triumphant flourish of blood, sweat and power-play goals. After missing two chances to claim the title last week, the long-suffering Kings are NHL champions for the first time.
Winning Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals did more than keep the Devils alive. It gave them a sniff, a scent, a feeling. Call it momentum if you want.
Adam Henrique scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:29 to play, Martin Brodeur made 21 saves, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 on Wednesday night to avoid a sweep in the Stanley Cup finals.
After Henrique scored the tiebreaker to win Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday night, he became the first rookie to get three game-winning goals in one playoff year since 1999.