Welcome to ProHockeyTalk’s Cover it Live chat for tonight’s Kings-Devils game. Mike Halford and Jason Brough will be your hosts this evening. There’s no formal dress code, the crab cakes are on special and sorry, but we don’t validate parking.
It all comes to an end tonight. Game 7 between Boston and Vancouver from Rogers Arena. Tim Thomas shapes up to be the Conn Smythe Trophy winner tonight win or lose, but we’re sure he’d much rather be lifting two trophies tonight instead of one. Roberto Luongo looks to show that his home ice dominance is no fluke and win yet another huge game on the ice at Rogers Arena. After having already won a gold medal there in 2010 for Team Canada, he’s hoping to give the City of Vancouver something a bit more personal to go wild for tonight.
It’s the last game of the season and it’s time to stop the squawking and chirping and… Move that entertainment into our live chat as we all sit back and soak in the glamour, the glory, and the vomit-inducing excitement that is a Stanley Cup finals Game 7.
With Game 7 coverage starting on NBC tonight at 8 p.m. ET we’ll be live chatting with you guys tonight starting promptly at 8:00. With everything hanging on tonight’s game in Vancouver from Rogers Arena, it’s only right that we’re here to share in the game with you guys and bring it all together for the final game of the season in which we’ll see some hardware trotted out on the ice.
We’ll be observing, snarking, poking fun and most of all riding the waves of emotion all night long for as long as the game goes and through the celebrations.
So mark your calendars (as if you haven’t already) starting at 8 p.m. ET join us here at PHT for the live chat during Game 7. We know you’re going to be watching it anyhow, so just join us while you do that.
The Stanley Cup is in the house and so is PHT at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. It’s Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals and the Vancouver Canucks have a chance to win the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history. The Boston Bruins would like to prevent that from happening on their home ice and force a Game 7 on Wednesday night.
Boston will need yet another stellar performance out of Tim Thomas to prolong the series whereas Vancouver could use a big game out of Roberto Luongo on the road to try and finish things off. Will Zdeno Chara and David Krejci be heroes tonight or will Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, and Ryan Kesler make their presence felt in Game 6? We’ll find out soon enough and we’ll be chatting live here until the game is over come Stanley Cup or not.
Join us for the live chat here.