The Marlies are playing to stay in the Calder Cup Playoffs race tonight against the Syracuse Crunch. The Marlies are down 3-2 in the series, with tonight’s game at Ricoh Coliseum, and a game seven, if necessary, in Syracuse. They have to win both after a blowout 5-1 loss to the Crunch on Saturday.
Meanwhile the Stanley Cup Playoffs continue with an Eastern Conference game tonight between the Rangers and Senators. Last night the Ducks edged out the Predators 5-3 in a game that was extremely close right up to the end of the third period.
was once forced to discard a cookie that was in my bag before entering honda center.— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) May 14, 2017
like how do you get this fish in there undetected? https://t.co/2u3ZE4VHKa
Across the pond, the World Championships continue. Canada is playing Norway starting at 10:30am. It’s been a busy weekend, especially for William Nylander. You can catch up on this weeks schedule, and our favourite Maple Leafs’ activities.
A clandestine deal with Radulov isn’t a foolproof expansion draft solution - Eyes On The Prize
Looking at the impact of the upcoming expansion draft of a potential extension for the Russian winger.
Asia rising in hockey ahead of Winter Olympics in South Korea and China - Color of Hockey
Richard Park, who’s also a development coach for the NHL’s Minnesota Wild, and retired NHL defenseman Jim Paek, the South Korean men’s national team’s head coach, are helping guide the country of their ancestry up the world hockey ladder.
We have lots on tap for you today.
8:00 AM: Everyone is talking to Katya about Stephane da Costa
9:00 AM: Fulemin examines if the Leafs should draft Nicolas Hague
10:00 AM: Seldo tells you what happened in the WHL finals
While you’re waiting, check out some of these fine Fanposts. We’ll be rounding up the best of what you have and promoting it every Sunday.