Stanley Cup Playoffs- Dump & Chase 5/8/13

By Keith Schultz

May 7, 2013; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Chicago Blackhawks goalie

Corey Crawford

(50) is congratulated by forward

Michal Handzus

(26) against the Minnesota Wild following game four of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs at Xcel Energy Center. The Blackhawks defeated the Wild 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Last Night’s Stanley Cup Recaps

New York Islanders-6 Pittsburgh Penguins-4 (Series tied 2-2)

The Isalnders get their first home playoff win since 2002 when John Tavares scores the game winner midway through the third period.

(Eye On Isles) (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Ottawa Senators-3 Montreal Canadiens-2 OT (Senators lead 3-1)

Ottawa down two, score a controversial goal then tie it very late in the third period. Carey Price goes down strangely which leads to a Ottawa OT goal.

(Ottawa Sun)

Chicago Blackhawks-3 Minnesota Wild-0 (Chicago leads 3-1)

Minnesota was unable to match Game #3 physical style for 60 minutes and loses Josh Harding after 1 period to injury.

(Gone Puck Wild)

San Jose Sharks-4 Vancouver Canucks-3 OT (Sharks sweep series 4-0)

The Canucks score twice in the third to take the lead only to let all slip away first with a Joe Pavelski tying goal late in the third, and Patrick Marleau wins the game and the series in overtime to send the Canucks home.

(San Jose Mercury News)

Today’s Playoffs Schedule (TV Schedule)

Boston Bruins at Toronto Maple Leafs 6pm (Bruins lead series 2-1)

The Maple Leafs look to win a home playoff game in over a decade while trying to tie the series up before it goes back to Boston.

(Causeway Crowd)

Washington Capitals at New York Rangers 6:30 pm (Capitals lead series 2-1)

The home team has won every game this series will the Rangers be able to hold serve in Madison Square Garden.

(Washington Post)

Los Angeles Kings at St. Louis Blues (Series tied 2-2)

This hard hitting series hasn’t seen a home team lose.  Jonathan Quick has been very good and strangely bad at time’s kind of like someone we know.

(Bleeding Blue)

Detroit Red Wings at Anaheim Ducks (Series tied 2-2)

The Ducks need to keep these games out of overtime where the Red Wings are 2-0. pivotal game 5 in Anaheim.

(Octopus Thrower) (Anaheim Calling)

Four games tonight which one are you excited to watch?