Tag Archives: Stanley Cup Playoffs

  • The 9 Longest Active Stanley Cup Droughts

    The 9 Longest Active Stanley Cup Droughts

    Tonight the NHL playoffs begin, and sixteen hockey teams will begin the quest for the game’s ultimate prize. Who will survive the most grueling championship tournament in profession sports and hoist the Stanley Cup two months from now? That’s hard to say. The last six teams to win hockey’s Holy Grail are all in the […]

  • 25 Celebrities Spotted at the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    25 Celebrities Spotted at the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    The Stanley Cup Finals are getting better ratings in 2013 than they have in years. Sure, you could point to the fact that the teams are from major American cities, or that the quality of play has been stellar, or that the NHL’s TV deal with Comcast/NBC is actually paying off. But maybe something else […]

  • 21 Crazy Hockey Fans from the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    21 Crazy Hockey Fans from the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    There’s no doubt that NHL fans are some of the most passionate in all of pro sports. When MLB went on strike in 1994 and forced the cancellation of the World Series, it took a whole decade for fans to come back. But this year, after enduring a completely unnecessary four-month lockout, NHL fans came […]

  • Another Day, Another Amazing Playoff Goal by Sidney Crosby (Video)

    Another Day, Another Amazing Playoff Goal by Sidney Crosby (Video)

    How good was the goal Sidney Crosby scored against the Ottawa Senators last night? So good that it’s the only one of the Penguins’ seven that anyone will ever remember. After coming out on top in a must-win Game 3 earlier this week, the Sens managed to get to the third period of Game 4 […]

  • The 13 Best Game 7s in the History of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

    The 13 Best Game 7s in the History of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

    This week we were treated to two Game 7s in the Stanely Cup Playoffs. One of them was between the Rangers and Capitals; the other was between the Bruins and Leafs. And while the former was a boring blowout—sorry, Capitals fans—the latter, on first glance, was an all-time classic. Or at least it that’s how […]