Archive for June, 2012

NHL 2012/2013 Regular Season Schedule Released

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

By Jon

The National Hockey League’s 2012-13 season will face off with four games on Oct. 11, followed by raising the first Stanley Cup championship banner in Los Angeles one night later.

Opening night will feature nationally televised doubleheaders in both the United States and Canada. In the U.S., NBC Sports will air the Boston Bruins visiting the Philadelphia Flyers, followed by the St. Louis Blues at the Colorado Avalanche. In Canada, CBC will televise the Montreal Canadiens playing host to the Ottawa Senators, followed by the Calgary Flames hosting the Vancouver Canucks.

Here are the schedules for all 30 NHL teams for the 2012-13 season (crossing our fingers that a new CBA gets worked out, that is):

Anaheim Ducks Nashville Predators
Boston Bruins New Jersey Devils
Buffalo Sabres New York Islanders
Calgary Flames New York Rangers
Carolina Hurricanes Ottawa Senators
Chicago Blackhawks Philadelphia Flyers
Colorado Avalanche Phoenix Coyotes
Columbus Blue Jackets Pittsburgh Penguins
Dallas Stars San Jose Sharks
Detroit Red Wings St. Louis Blues
Edmonton Oilers Tampa Bay Lightning
Florida Panthers Toronto Maple Leafs
Los Angeles Kings Vancouver Canucks
Minnesota Wild Washington Capitals
Montreal Canadiens Winnipeg Jets

 
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Los Angeles Kings defeat the New Jersey Devils in Game 6, win franchise’s first Stanley Cup

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

By Kat

LA Kings win the Stanley Cup

After the Los Angeles Kings took a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals, it seemed all but assured that California would be getting its second Stanley Cup in short order. The Devils had other ideas, staving off elimination in Games 4 and 5, which was more wins than any other opponent of Kings had mustered this postseason.
But in front of their home fans and on the strength of two goals scored an early 5-minute powerplay – Steve Bernier was called for a boarding major that left him trending on Twitter immediately following the game – the Kings capped their playoff run in the same convincing fashion as when they started it. They are the lowest-seeded team to ever win the Stanley Cup (in the current format), but their 16-4 run to the Cup ranks among the most dominant in recent memory.

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