Alec Martinez scored 14:43 into the second overtime, and the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three years with a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 5 on Friday night.
After last week’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Heat forward LeBron James called himself the “easiest target in sports” after leaving the game in the fourth quarter with cramps. But he is not alone in being an “easy target” around the sports world.
Connecticut’s Jonathan Quick, All-Star goalie for the Los Angeles Kings, had his best game of the NHL finals by far, making 32 saves in their 3-0 victory over New York in Game 3 on Monday night. Quick played for Hamden High and Avon Old Farms.
The last time the New York Rangers reached the Stanley Cup Final their only connection to us was their head to head competition with the Boston Bruins as the team most hated by Hartford hockey fans. 20 years later the Rangers are headed back to the final and this time they have our fingerprints all over them.
Making his NHL playoff debut after being called up from Providence of the American Hockey League, 23-year-old Matt Fraser scored at 1:19 of overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.
Don’t you people know you’re being used. Everyone knows how to push your buttons, what rumors to float to mobilize you for their own purposes. The latest case was a simple radio station promotion and you fell for it.
Authorities say two young women suffered minor injuries when a metal pole holding up protective netting behind one of the goals at the TD Garden fell and struck them after a Boston Bruins game.
I admire the Hartford Whalers Booster Club. I even commend them for keeping the dream of an NHL return to Hartford alive since the Whalers left 17 years ago. If there is a windmill worth titling at, maybe this is it. I admire their determination and persistence.
With Governor Dannell Malloy as the guest, the subject of hockey came up on Channel 3’s “Face the State” with Dennis House on Sunday Morning, specifically the possibility of a return of the National Hockey League to Hartford.
Governor Malloy told reporters after the State Bond Commission hearing Friday that he’s been talking with members of “at least two groups” interested in acquiring a National Hockey League team about the possibility of relocating to Hartford.