Should the NHL have the Hawks and Preds redo their series in case it was a big fluke?
Reddit /r/hockey | 26 Apr 06h49
No disrespect to the preds, I'm a firm believer that Nashville sweeping them is a huge fluke and robs the Hawks of truly accomplishing what their capable of. I've spent the last few days in pure disbelief and it just doesn't make sense to me. I've spent the entire regular season watching the Hawks play great hockey it's just not fair.
If the Hawks lose again I will face that the Preds deserved the win, but I am just 100% sure it was a fluke and does a big disservice to the Hawks and the NHL.
ESPN is clearing house - Scott Burnside has been laid off
Reddit /r/hockey | 26 Apr 18h16
So in honour of the Leafs not winning the cup for the 50th year in a row, I called up a bakery in Toronto and had them make this cake for my uncle (a die hard Leafs fan)
Reddit /r/hockey | 25 Apr 20h25
Who's brilliant idea was it to have both the West games on the same day and both the East games on the same day?
Reddit /r/hockey | 26 Apr 05h27
So instead of two back to back games every day, we either get a pair of early games or a pair of late games, which means we have to keep flipping back and forth.
Just awful, awful scheduling.
Somehow I blame Rogers for this.
Brian Boyle never said he definitely wants to stay in Toronto
Reddit /r/hockey | 26 Apr 16h35
I listened to his [exit interview](https://www.nhl.com/video/brian-boyle-april-25-2017/c-51695203?tcid=tw_video_content_id). Here's the transcript from 3:18 to 3:40. It's the only time his future is mentioned:
> Reporter: Are you open to coming back here if something could be worked out?
> Brian Boyle: Yeah, for sure. I mean I think like I said - I meant what I just said, with everything down the line. It's something that - I'm not even sure where everyone stands so I'm not really thinking about it. I'm thinking about, again like I said, my wife, my son, and our baby that's on the way.
He said he's open to returning to Toronto but...