Your browser does not support iframes. As underdogs, the Predators came up a few games short of winning the Stanley Cup last year. With a proven Pekka Rinne in net this year, Nashville looks like a favorite to win it all.
By Kent Youngblood , Star Tribune April 13, 2016 – 6:44 AM Wes Walz calls it the “goofy gear.” Walz, the former Wild center whose job included playing against the other team’s most explosive lines, had that high-end, top-speed ability. “I don’t mention the goofy gear very often,” Walz said while watching a Wild practice.
How, exactly, did the San Jose Sharks not score here on Pekka Rinne? The Nashville Predators goalie made a spectacular sequence of saves, including one off Joe Pavelski despite the sound of the whistle, early in the second period of Tuesday’s game. At that point, the Predators had a healthy three-goal lead. The
When Andrey Makarov was given the night off by head coach and general manager Lorne Molleken last Saturday in Prince Albert, it’s not like he went to the bench and soaked in the sun. The Saskatoon Blades netminder was still in full uniform – save for his Bane goalie mask – and had to stay
MOSCOW, January 21 (R-Sport) – Lokomotiv Yaroslavl has sealed a place in the KHL playoffs in its first season since a plane crash wiped out the entire team after a 4-3 victory over Donbass Donetsk. Monday night’s victory over the Ukrainians lifted to Lokomotiv 84 points, an unattainable total for those outside the playoff zone
Nashville goalie Pekka Rinne, still in his pads and skates, was standing at his locker moments after his team clinched a playoff spot Friday night, and the relief was evident on his face. “It feels great,” Rinne said. “We’ve done a really good job the last 15 games or so. We put ourselves in a
Most believe it will take a miracle for the Devils to avoid missing the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 1996. Nine points out with nine games to go is a lot to overcome. Ilya Kovalchuk believes in miracles, even though he has been conditioned for disappointment throughout his career. In eight NHL
Brian Leetch names three teams from the Western Conference that are in jeopardy of missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs.