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Posted by ray on Sun, 2014-04-06 10:35

Good morning!  Coffee in hand and ready to go!

Congrats to the Boston Bruins, who clinched the Eastern Conference title yesterday afternoon!

Loui Eriksson has found fortune in the misfortune of Jarome Iginla’s injury with 4 points playing on the top line; and he had 7 SOG.

T-Rask is a monster of a goalie.

Are Varlamov and the Avalanche peaking at the right time?  You betcha!

Lots of PIMs doled out in the third period of that Colorado-St. Louis match yesterday.

Paul Stastny with 7 SOG last too. 

It took half a game against the NY Islanders for the Capitals to realize their season was hanging in the balance if they didn’t wake up, but they did to win in a shootout.

Funny to say Holtby played a great game yesterday because he hasn’t all season long.

Cal Clutterbuck had 7 SOG last night also.  What’s going on?

With last night’s 4-2 loss to the Winnipeg Jets, the Toronto Maple Leaf season is over for all intents and purposes.  Shame really.

The Canadiens got a scare when Detroit stormed back with 3 goals in the 3rd period to tie but the Habs woke up and recovered to win 5-3.  The Red Wings are going to be scary come playoff time.

Niklas Kronwall had 7 SOG last night for the Wings.  Unbelievable!

Jamie Benn didn’t have 7 SOG but he did score 2 goals and an assist in beating the Bolts last night.

I can’t see John Tortorella behind the Vancouver bench come the start of next season. 

Ottawa always gives the Rangers fits.  Always.

It was Z-night in the NHL as Zajac, Zubrus (2G), Zibanejad, and Zuccarello (2G) all hit the twine last night.  Zidlicky had an assist.

New Jersey is fighting hard to make the playoffs.  Don’t count them out, especially with Schneider in net.

Rick Nash had 7 SOG.   That’s 5 so far.

Patric Hornqvist is on fire!

Good luck on the final week of the regular season.  You may need a hot cup of coffee to keep you up for the late games.