Avalanche rubbed their hands

There are two winners as the series spans between Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers: The Fans and… the Colorado Avalanche.

The Western champions are patiently waiting to see who they will face in the Stanley Cup Final. Tonight they can find out when Lightning will have a chance to reach the third consecutive final in Game 6 of the series against the Rangers. But nothing has been won so far.

Meanwhile, the avalanche heals their sores. Nazim Qadri, who underwent a thumb operation, is already back in training and the longer the Eastern Final, the better the chances of seeing him again in the first matches of the series.

There’s no secret this time of year: The best preparation is rest.

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We already feel like Lightning players and Rangers players are taking our breath away. New York will play its 20th playoffs tonight, while it will be 17th in Tampa. – Play Avalanche 14 only.

Some time ago we saw John Cooper and Gerard Gallant using their four stripes and six defenders. Attendance is shorter.

No doubt, Avalanche wants there to be a seventh game.

At the same time, they are clearly eager to make this final. It would be special for the organization, which has been waiting for this moment since the last team’s invasion in 2001.

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Like what they’ve done in recent games, I wouldn’t be surprised if Lightning were their opponent in the Finals.

The more the series progresses against the Rangers, the more we’ll see that the experience Tampa has gained over the past two seasons has been a factor. It’s as if they have the answer to everything.

Sometimes it feels like they are on a slow start to the game, but you never panic. They have unwavering confidence in their abilities because they know what it takes to win.

Once again, the team’s stars lead the attack, starting with goalkeeper Andrei Vasilevsky.

Speaking of confidence, he has it, not nearly. Last year, when we watched Carey Price play in the playoffs, it looked like everything went easy. This is exactly the impression left by the Russian goalkeeper since the start of the qualifying rounds. He’s always in a good position and makes saving easy, which would have been amazing for the other goalkeepers.

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This is without mentioning, again, the contribution of Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman and Stephen Stamkus, who are true to themselves, just like Ondrej Balat, who wants to be a somewhat unexpected hero in the series.

Rangers will now face elimination at home to Lightning tonight. I can’t wait to see how they will react. We must not forget that they rely on a relatively small formation that clearly does not have the experience of lightning.

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Echoes of Berge

Congratulations to CH

The employment of Canadian Mary Philip Boleyn is excellent. Right now, it’s a part-time job because the starlet doesn’t seem ready to hang up her skates yet. However, I feel that this is only the beginning of her with the Hab. For me, the development job is only a first step because I see it in a more important role in the medium term. Perhaps not in a decision-making role at the moment, but I wouldn’t be afraid to offer her a position as Martin St. Louis’ assistant behind the team bench. It will bring a breath of fresh air and new ideas. After all, she is qualified. She is the best hockey player in the world. Hats off to the Habs to secure his services ahead of another NHL team. I feel like Jeff Molson has been flirting with her for too long.

Roy in Boston?

The announcement of Bruce Cassidy’s firing by the Boston Bruins also brought Patrick Roy’s name back into the headlines. I don’t know if this would be the ideal situation for him. Patrice Bergeron’s future is uncertain, Brad Marchand and Charlie McAvoy will miss the start of next season due to operations and David Pasternak wants to be traded. We can’t exactly say the future is rosy for the Bruins. Either way, Patrick is thinking about his future now. Those who know him well say they have never seen him as demolished after a defeat as he was after the Rimbers suffered a loss against the Shawinigan Cataracts. One thing is for sure, no one can blame him for his lack of passion. Whatever his decision, he would have nothing to scold himself for.

PGA is in turmoil

The creation of a new professional golf course, the LIV Course, is creating a sensation in the community. Several golfers decided to leave the PGA Tour to join it. I know it’s not unanimous, but can we blame them? According to what has been reported, Dustin Johnson will get $150 million to play on the LIV golf course while Phil Mickelson will get about $200 million. Attracts money. On the other hand, I am convinced that some will regret it and will want to return. I can’t wait to see how the PGA will deal with these issues. One thing is for sure, I can only compare this situation with the creation of AMH in 1971. At first, it caused a shock wave, and then everything returned to the way it was.



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