We recap the Leafs vs the Bruins here:
Mitch Marner: 1st #Leafs to score on a penalty shot in the playoffs since Mats Sundin on May 29, 1999 vs Buffalo— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) April 12, 2019
Mitch Marner became just the fifth NHL player to score a shorthanded penalty-shot goal in the postseason. #NHLStats #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/bPA0keVxoP— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) April 12, 2019
Pay him whatever he asks, Kyle. Sign a blank contract, we don’t even care.
Other things we wrote:
I whined about the TV not catering to my narratives, and we talked about other teams:
Shooting Percentage rules in the NHL playoffs - Pension Plan Puppets
Produce! Or else.
Toronto Marlies Jeremy Bracco and Chris Mueller voted to AHL All-Star Teams - Pension Plan Puppets
There’s an old familiar name on the first team, as well.
Wait, there’s other teams in the NHL playoffs than just Boston and Toronto? - Pension Plan Puppets
We finally noticed there’s a whole bunch of playoff series, so we quickly became experts on the entire NHL and made some predictions.
Things we didn’t write:
Column @TheAthleticTO: Why I picked the Bruins in Round 1 instead of the Maple Leafs https://t.co/vYdSjgt01m— James Mirtle (@mirtle) April 11, 2019
The semifinals of the Women’s World Championships are Saturday, and you can watch those two games on TSN.
The recaps of the quarterfinals are here:
And there was some really closely fought games there. This year has been exceptional for parity in the bottom half of the draw and growing parity in the second tier below the big two.
There were other playoff games last night.
Washington looked like they were going to blow a three goal lead, but they hung on to win it 4-2.
And in the Colorado Calgary late game, well, it was late is what it was. The Avalanche made Mike Smith do some work, but were blanked in the end. Boy does Smith love to dramatize every save.
Have a great day, everyone!