Stanley Cup Finals
The Stanley Cup Finals are supposed to be a time to revel in the game’s biggest stage. It’s where history is written and superstars are made. So, why is it that I’m feeling a little down about this year’s match up?
Well, I suppose congratulations are in order for the Boston Bruins. After a hard-fought seven-game series, the Bruins claimed their first Stanley Cup title since 1972.
Mike “Doc” Emrick is the voice of the NHL, and he joined Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan after a contentious Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Regardless of how he and his fellow bloggers feel about the B’s, 93-7 The Fan’s hockey commentator explains why Lord Stanley’s Cup will return to Canada for the first time since 1993.
Former Penguins coach Michel Therrien joined Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan, and he can’t wait until the Stanley Cup Finals begin.
It’s taken roughly two months to get to this point, but only two teams remain in the quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup. The Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins will open up the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday in Vancouver.
The Boston Bruins will take on the Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup Finals. There’s no chance I will be rooting for my hometown team to win.
Pittsburgh is in shock tonight, after the Montreal Canadiens ended the 2009 Stanley Cup Champion’s season, with a 5-2 win in game 7.