Hockey is over for the summer. That sucks! Perhaps, maybe, the only thing that can get us through those lean months will be the annual masterpiece that is the Hockey Night In Canada season-ending montage, set this year to Oasis (??). Here you are.
The Washington Capitals leveraged excellent teamwork on their way to claiming the Stanley Cup, and that teamwork continued as they took a lap around the arena in Las Vegas tonight, finding one, uh, nakedly enthusiastic fan showing her appreciation for the team in a not-safe-for-work way.
It has been a long, long while since the last time D.C. had any reason to throw a public sports watch party. With the Caps on a run through the Stanley Cup playoffs, and the weather around town holding up beautifully, Caps watch parties, taking place inside and around the Caps’ Chinatown arena, have been growing…
Time to fire up the Sega Genesis, because we’ve got our updated rosters in NHL ‘94 to simulate tonight’s Game 1 between the Capitals and Golden Knights, LIVE:
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. The plan was just to keep on honking away like big idiots about the NBA playoffs for as long as we possibly could, and Drew and I were certainly ready to hold up our end of that bargain. But the stupendous lameness of the NBA playoffs at this moment and the simultaneous pyrotechnic…
Realizing the NHL season is over for a few months while watching the victorious team parade with the Stanley Cup really sucks, but each year the Hockey Night in Canada folks help add some sweet to that bitter with its annual montage of this season’s best Stanley Cup Playoffs moments. (The music this time around is…
It’s music to everyone’s ears to hear some enraged fan tell NBC hockey commentator Mike Milbury that he “fucking sucks.” He does fucking suck!
A Patric Hornqvist goal with 90 seconds left in the third period gave Pittsburgh the lead they needed as the Penguins claimed the Stanley Cup for the second straight year, winning by an eventual score of 2-0 after a late empty-net goal by Carl Hagelin.
The Predators’ Colton Sissons scored just a minute into the second period of a 0-0 Stanley Cup Final Game 6, only for it to be declared no goal due to an early whistle from an official. Maybe Ted Leonsis is onto something?
Sidney Crosby apparently wants P.K. Subban to know what it’s like to have a concussion... real bad.
This amorous couple couldn’t contain themselves after Nashville’s 4-1 win over Pittsburgh tonight to even the Stanley Cup Final at two games a piece, showing their love for, uh, hockey behind WSMV’s Chris Harris.
The Penguins and Predators were knotted in an ugly and contentious Game 2 for two periods, until a stunning flurry of goals turned the once-dramatic game into a blowout within a matter of minutes. Jake Guentzel scored on Pekka Rinne just 10 seconds into the third period after Rinne deflected a shot straight into his…
Our simulation of tonight’s Stanley Cup Final matchup between Nashville and Pittsburgh is LIVE. NHL ‘94 on Sega Genesis, CPU vs CPU, with some help from NHL ‘94 expert Naples39.