Kolbe’s NHL Playoff Recap 5-20-2013
Steve Kolbe is joined by Kevin Thomas & Andy Snakovsky to bring you the latest on the NHL Playoffs.
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What a weekend of playoff hockey we got to experience! On Saturday during the day the Red Wings rolled over the Blackhawks 4-1. Patrick Kane had a goal while Corey Crawford struggled in net. Saturday night saw the Kings travel to San Jose for game three of their west conference semi-final series. The Sharks won the game in overtime after the Kings collapsed under the weight of penalty troubles.
The day time game on Sunday, the Bruins continued to flex their muscles over the Rangers with a 5-2 win. Henrik Lundqvist was not his usual stonewall self as he showed some serious holes. The Bruins continue to enforce their will on the Rangers and will try to continue to do so even though the series now shifts to New York and Madison Square Garden.
Sunday night saw the Penguins drop one to the Senators in this playoff season’s first double overtime game. The Penguins had a 3-0 lead in the series wrapped up until Daniel Alfreddson scored with :29 seconds left. Colin Greening knocked home a rebound from Tomas Vokoun to get the Sens back in the series, they now trail only 2-1.
On Tap for Tonight:
We will see the Red Wings and Blackhawks go at it in game 3 with both teams looking to grab a series lead. The series shifts to Detroit but that shouldn’t affect the Blackhawks who were 2-0 in Detroit this season, the puck drops at 7:30pm.
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