Four of the first seven playoff games have gone to overtime and no team has won by more than two goals. There have been plenty of heroics already, but which of Thursday’s plays were the most impressive? I selected what I feel are the two best highlights from Day 2 of the postseason and I’m asking you to vote for your favorite. Is it Chris Kelly launching a rocket shot that ended the Bruins-Capitals game in overtime or Marian Gaborik maneuvering to the Senators crease and putting one past Craig Anderson? Before you vote, you can view both highlights below:
Think I picked the wrong clips? Let me know what goal, save, or hit was the most impressive in your mind.
Higher on the radar for the Penguins is the situation for Conor Sheary, who has been absent from the ice since about midway through the first period. PHT will keep an eye out for updates on what could be yet another injury for the health-challenged Pens.
Dreading the work week? Watch this dog get ‘ice time’ with puck
Life is difficult, complex and confusing. Good thing we have dog videos.
Forgive this video being one night late, but for those of us who watch cute animal clips, time is a furry circle. Or something like that.
Anyway, this golden retriever got a little “ice time” before the Washington Capitals’ game against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday in what would end up being a 4-1 win for the Caps. It’s an excellent video featuring a top-notch, hilarious pooch.
Patrik Laine and Auston Matthews are locked with identical goals (34), assists (27) and points (61) on Sunday, which is remarkable since Laine has played in 67 games versus 75 for Matthews. He won’t get a chance to beef up his numbers on Sunday, either.
It looks like the high-scoring rookie is missing the Winnipeg Jets’ contest against the Vancouver Canucks because of an illness, according to TSN’s Sara Orlesky.
The Jets are almost assured to miss the playoffs, so seeing Laine lose a chance to bolster his Calder argument adds a little extra sadness to the night.
NHL schedules hearing for Micheal Haley’s sucker-punch on Calle Jarnkrok