“Bettman has only a marginal interest in the weaker teams. He only wants the NHL to make a bigger profit as a whole.” -- Dominik Hasek

May 6, 2007

One So Far

Well, so far at least one of my "favorite" playoff teams has advanced to their respective conference final series. The Senators finished off the Devils four games to one, and Ray Emery, despite his nap-induced-tardiness-resulting-in-a-car-accident-and-team-fine antics, proved himself the temporary superior of Martin Brodeur.

No such luck for the Sharks, who are well on their way to blowing a series they have no excuse to lose. The Dead Wings scored a major victory in game five, winning 4-1, and taking the series lead three games to two. Now the teams return to the Shark Tank for what could be the last San Jose game of the season. Jerks.

As for the Sabres, the team with absolutely no excuse for losing, they're now up three games to two against the Rangers. If they do blow it and head home early, Chris Drury will have more time to consider his next home after the Sabres opt to re-sign Daniel Briere instead. May I suggest a return home to Colorado? May I?

1 comment:

Danny said...

Good job by the Sens, the are actually playing like a team. Something they have never been able to do. I hope they win the cup.


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