- Geek & Sci-Fi
It's a time-tested dramatic formula, but the NHL uses it to perfection. Every hockey fan's got a moment to savor in this one.
The bar has been raised for in-arena projection systems with Tampa Bay's amazing tribute to the NES hockey game.
As far as athlete haircut portraits go, this is one of the more impressive ones we've ever seen.
Derek Stepan advances the Rangers on to the Eastern Conference Final with a game-winner in OT.
Alex Ovechkin scored one of the most impressive goals of the NHL playoffs, as he split two Rangers defenders then scored from his knees.
This series should be awesome.
Watch a young lady in high heels walk across the ice during a post-Stanley Cup Finals celebration and completely eat it.
Celebrity sports fan dynamic duo Larry David and Charissa Thompson are the best at loud pre-game Stanley Cup analysis and selfies.
Beloved Canadiens mascot Youppi! took to the streets of Montreal in a Rangers jersey to honor the team's bet with Jimmy Fallon.
Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was fined for squirting Penguins star Sidney Crosby in the face with his water bottle. Oh no!
To score his fourth goal of the night against the Ranger, Sharks rookie Tomas Hertl flipped the puck between his legs and put it top shelf.
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick allowed the worst goal in NHL history, and his explanation might be worse than the goal.
Not like they really needed it, but we can add yet another reason to support the NHL players as we enter Day 70 of the NHL lockout – they’re good human beings.
Welcome to my day-late weekly predictions that will astound and amaze you, because they're so incredibly tuned into to a psychic frequency that nobody else on this planet could come up with them.
Imagine how good they'd be if every player gave two sh*ts.
As a Washington Capitals fan, I was stoked to see them top the New York Rangers on Wednesday and force a game 7.
My favorite part of NMA World Edition's recap of the rising violence in the NHL Playoffs should be players drowning each other, morphing into literal devils and damage-dealing penguins (.
A brief place-setting and match listing from Travis Hughes at SBN: Rangers coach John Tortorella and Devils coach Peter DeBoer were jawing at one another before the game, perhaps as a result of the lineup card handed in by New Jersey.