Just My View 6/13/17

Daniel sprong does he play next year and if so with who? — Ryan Ross (@RossRyan8) June 13, 2017 Absolutely. Sprong plays a really unorthodox style and I don’t know how well that would mesh with Sid’s straight-line game. I like Crosby with Sheary and Guentzel. I would say that Sprong’s style would fit best on Malkin’s line, however Geno and Kessel have been great together. Sprong is a little selfish with the puck and that might be just what

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Back to Back

They did it. Oh my God. They did it. The Pittsburgh Penguins are back to back Stanley Cup champions. There are times that you just want to pause life & cherish the moment forever. This is one of those times. We just witnessed history. The first defense to win without a Norris vote getter. The most points by a rookie in Stanley Cup playoff history. The second coach ever to win back to back championships to start his tenure. The first

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Sidsational

Thursday night was the best Stanley Cup final game of Sidney Crosby’s career. And he didn’t even score a goal. From the very first shift, the Predators had no chance. Nashville has the best defensive core in the league. But it didn’t matter. Not even a little bit. When Sidney Crosby imposes his will on a game, it’s all but over. He’s the best player in the world. Truly, he might even be the best player of all-time. As hockey fans,

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Believe

Remember how you felt about a month ago? The Penguins took a commanding 2-0 series lead against the Capitals, despite being outplayed. The series seemed out of reach. Then, a few games later, the President’s Trophy winners rallied back. They won two straight games and tied the series at three. You felt sick. You felt like the Penguins were finally out of gas. You wanted to believe, but deep down you knew the odds weren’t in your favor. Then game

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Catfished

The Nashville Predators thought they game two in the bag. After dominating the second and third periods of game one and the first two periods of game two, it looked like the series would head back to Nashville split. In fact, if you looked purely at the stat sheet, without the score, you’d probably guess the same. You’d be catfished. By a team that just keeps finding ways to win. There’s really no way to explain it. They just can’t

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