Jeff Carter off to Los Angeles in Exchange for Jack Johnson

Early Thursday night, the big deal was official. Blue Jackets centre Jeff Carter was heading to the Kings in exchange for defenceman Jack Johnson and a first round pick in either 2012 or 2013.

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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

After 15 Years, Hockey Comes Back to Winnipeg!

The Jets team over 15 years ago.
Today, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and the NHL officially announced that a deal had been made, and that the Atlanta Thrashers are now moving to Manitoba's capital, Winnipeg. Thousands of fans in Winnipeg wore Jets paraphernalia and paraded the streets in celebration, playing road hockey all day long. There were so many people at the city's historic intersection on Portage Avenue and Main street that buses actually changed their routes around it. The name for the team is yet to be announced, but some possibilities are the Winnipeg Jets (obviously), Falcons, or Moose.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

NHL Playoff Games Tonight

Sharks VS Canucks in the 2011 Western Conference Finals
The Sharks play their first game of the series in Vancouver tonight, (20:00 ET) as both teams are looking to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for their first Cup in franchise history. San Jose came off of a close series with Detroit after blowing a 3-0 series lead, and won game 7 by just one goal, while the Canucks won their series in 6. Both teams are determined and able to win, and I predict that this will be a very close and intense series to watch.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Tampa Bay Lights up the Bruins

   After a 3-0 lead for Tampa just ten minutes into the game, it seemed as though game 1 had already fallen out of reach for the Bruins. Which it had. Tampa Bay ended up winning the game 5-2 with a late empty-netter, and took game 1 away from their home ice. But not all was bad for the Bruins. The game was very close despite the scoreboard, and a few players for Boston played very well, especially the 19 year-old Tyler Seguin. Playing in his first NHL game ever, the youngster opened up the scoring for the Bruins with a nifty dangle past a Lightning defenseman, and got an assist on the Bruins only other goal. He finished even on the night with two points.

Derek Boogaard Found Dead in his Minneapolis Apartment

New York Rangers forward and enforcer Derek Boogaard was found dead in his apartment yesterday. His cause of death is still unknown, and autopsy is scheduled for later today. Boogaard was only 28 years old when he passed away, and had just signed a 4-year 6.5 million dollar deal with the Rangers. Former Wild teammates and Rangers teammates say that Derek was an "unreal guy" and was a giant teddy bear outside of the rink.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

NHL Playoff Games Tonight

Stamkos scores the game winning goal in last nights 4-3 victory!
The Washington Capitals are on the brink of elimination, and play game four of their series tonight against the Lightning. They're currently down 3-0 in the series, and a comeback looks out of reach the way Tampa has been playing, but Ovi says it's possible. Boston plays Philly at home looking to make the series 3-0 in their favor, and the Detroit Red Wings face off against the Sharks tonight. Detroit is down 2-0 in the series, but has only lost each game by a score of 2-1. You can't help but wonder how they may be doing if they didn't have so many injured players...