Kolbe’s NHL Playoff Recap 5-8-2013
Steve Kolbe is joined by Kevin Thomas & Andy Snakovsky to bring you the lastest on the NHL Playoffs.
The top team in the east, the Pittsburgh Penguins are in a dog fight with the Islanders after New York’s 6-4 win in Game 4. Marc Andre-Fleury continues to struggle giving up those 6 goals on just 24 shots.
Ottawa came from 2 down to take a commanding 3-1 series lead against the Canadiens. Montreal’s Carey Price was injured on the last shot of regulation, Game 5 is Thursday night.
Minnesota continues to have goalie issues as Josh Harding left the game after the first period. Chicago won easily 3-0 to take a 3-1 lead in the series.
San Jose is the first team to move on to the second round. The Sharks finished off the sweep of the Canucks with a 4-3 win in OT. It was the first time Vancouver has been swept in the first round since 2001.
On Tap for Tonight:
The Capitals look to rebound from its Game 3 loss in New York tonight, the Rangers offense finally woke up scoring 4 goals in the last game. You can hear that game on our sister stations CBS Radio 1300 and HFS at 97.5.
Toronto will still be looking for its first home playoff win since 2004 tonight in Game 4 against the Bruins. Boston won Game 3 5-2.
The LA Kings have awoken after falling behind 2 games to none. The won both Games 3 and 4 at home and look to take their first lead in the series tonight.
In a series of back and forth wins the Ducks and Red Wings face in a pivotal Game 5 in Anaheim.
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