It's Marlies game day! Will you be there for game 2? The Marlies would probably really like a win tonight before heading to Albany for the next three games.
We have some great content coming up later today. Scott has an idea for who to take with a second round pick; and JP Nikota will catch you up on OHL players.
In the mean time you can read JP Nikota's recap of last night's kick off of the OHL championships, or check out Katya's preview of the 2016 IIHF World Championships which start in about one hour!
Stanley Cup Playoffs
Stars 3 - Blues 2 (OT)
The Stars win one after being humiliated in the last game. Series is now tied up with two wins each.
Stars Come Back Big to Tie Up Series in OT - Defending Big D
Round 2 is now a three-game series, and the Stars have home ice for two of them. Kisses!
What an incredible turnover. Just amazing. pic.twitter.com/r5pWQT7KCv— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) May 6, 2016
Predators 4 - Sharks 3 (3OT)
The Predators win one after being humiliated in the last game. Series is now tied up with two wins each. Hey where have I heard that comment before? Mike Fisher, best known for his spaghetti casserole, scored the OT winner.
I like the part where Carter Hutton almost takes out Martin Jones on his way back to the bench.
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Links Knights, IceDogs skate into OHL final riding lengthy playoff winning streaks - Buzzing the Net
The OHL final begins Thursday after an eight-day break between games. And it features two white-hot teams.
The Legend Returns: Jaromir Jagr re-signs with the Florida Panthers - Litter Box Cats
Ageless wonder inks a one-year deal to remain with the Cats
Oliver Ekman-Larsson for Auston Matthews: The Talk Needs to Stop - Five For Howling
The Coyotes will not trade Oliver Ekman-Larsson for Auston Matthews. It's not going to happen.
John Chayka's youth is not a reason for concern - Five For Howling
Not for its own sake, anyway.
Stanley Cup to visit Kentucky Derby favourite Nyquist - The Globe and Mail
J. Paul Reddam, the horse’s owner, is a long-time Detroit Red Wings’ fan who had the Derby winner back in 2012 with I’ll Have Another and has a penchant for naming his horses after players on his favourite team.
There Is Only One Man For The Senators Coaching Job - Silver Seven
[Species: RANDY CARLYLE!]