The NHL in fifteen seconds: the April 29th "other bloggers" edition
|The Devils love curling |
They must, because all you could hear today was "Sweeeeep! Sweeeeep!". Man, I need to stop using Hughson's jokes. The Rangers are out in 4 straight as the Devils got goals from the usual suspects (Gionta, Gomez and Elias). The Oilers fought off the officials and the Red Wings to hang on for a 3-2 win, making that series now 3-2 heading back to Edmonton Monday. Ottawa is currently up 2-0 on Tampa Bay (are you watching me on CBC?) and later tonight, catch my buddy Jim Hughson as he calls the next Calgary victory over Anaheim.
From: Greg Millen's Blog
The Senators won their series against Tampa Bay with a nailbiting 3-2 victory. The last 30 seconds of play saw the Sens on the PK and Tampa Bay working hard to get the tying goal. However, Ottawa closed the deal, and they advance to the next round.
I think this sums up the series nicely:
Detroit continues to piss off not only Detroit fans everywhere, but the guys over at VCOE and Vancouver fans who are rooting for Edmonton to go down in flames. The Oilers are up 3-2 in the series after a 3-2 victory over the Wings.
Calgary harnessed the awesome Millen power against Anaheim on Saturday also with a 3-2 victory. The Flames now lead the series 3-2 as the Ducks head back to Calgary. Burkie must be feeling the pinch.
Prediction: if Anaheim loses to Calgary, Canucks fans will start calling for the head of Cloutier. Think about that for a minute.