Well. That's game one... pic.twitter.com/jnrx8TZR9H— Pension Plan Puppets (@PPPLeafs) April 13, 2018
I will say no more. You can read all about it in the related item below.
How about some better news? The Orlando Solar Bears beat the South Carolina Stingrays in game one of their final. The losing goalie had just been named ECHL goalie of the year, making this even sweeter.
Heeter stopped all 36 shots he faced in his first ever post-season start and Hunter Fejes scored a short-handed goal that proved to be the game winner as the visiting Solar Bears blanked the Stingrays 2-0 in front of an announced and stunned crowd of 2,238 at the North Charleston Coliseum. Orlando can take a 2-0 series when the teams meet in game two Saturday night in North Charleston.
Here’s what we wrote about yesterday.
Team Canada has announced their IIHF World Championship roster - Katya
With the NHL regular season over, they have selected a top-notch set of players to build around.
Leafs vs Bruins playoff history - Pension Plan Puppets
93 seasons crammed into 1,000 words.
Last night’s other games
Lightning 5 - Devils 2
Blue Jackets 4 - Capitals 3 (OT)
Predators 5 - Avalanche 2
Sharks 3 - Ducks 0
Life without Tavares: What does Plan C look like? - Lighthouse Hockey
While signing John Tavares is Plan A and Plan B, there is a decent chance that the star center walks this offseason. What do the Islanders do then?
More than adequate????? - The Copper & Blue
At his presser, Chia said: "I think our scoring was actually more than adequate this year." This comment, to me, was up there with "I know a thing or two."
Five things we learned from game one - Broad Street Hockey
Penguins dominate game one, send Flyers back to the drawing board for game two.
Appleton named AHL’s Top Rookie - Arctic Ice Hockey
Mason Appleton, Winnipeg’s 6th round pick in the 2015 draft, wins the Dudley (Red) Garrett Memorial Award.
Dominic Turgeon Out Indefinitely - Winging It In Motown
Young Griffin has same affliction that felled Steven Stamkos.
What are your thoughts on last night?
This poll is closed
It’s fine. It’s only one game. Many more left. The Leafs have got this.
It’s fine to lose one, but, I am quite worried based on what I saw on the ice last night.
The Leafs are in a deep rebuild and this playoff run is a bonus. I am thinking about two years from now, not two days from now.
Playoff windows open and close fast. The Leafs need to pull it together and win big in the very next game.