You might be getting sick of seeing this same story repeated almost every week, but NBC Sports Network is once again celebrating their NHL coverage. Specifically, Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals was the most-watched game in network history (3.964 million). Show More Summary
Result on Monday from the National Hockey League's championship series (all series best-of-seven): at Boston Boston 2 Chicago 0 (Boston lead series 2-1) afp
The Boston Bruins have gained momentum in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, defeating the Chicago Blackhawks by a score of 2-0 to take a 2-1 series lead. As a result, the Bruins picked up a momentous edge entering Game 4. As always, thereShow More Summary
If the Boston Bruins hold on and prevail in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, top point-getter David Krejci and otherworldly goaltender Tuukka Rask are both knee-jerk Conn Smythe Trophy candidates, and good ones at that. Krejci ’s consistency...Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks would never have gotten to the Stanley Cup Final if Corey Crawford had not played stellar goal in the first three rounds of the playoffs. He stopped the Minnesota Wild in the first round with little trouble. He helped the Blackhawks overcome a 3-1 deficit against the Detroit Red Wings in the conference semifinal. Show More Summary
It was only last May that the New York Rangers were just two wins away from a Stanley Cup Final berth. Glen Sather built a team that head coach John Tortorella could work with, and in 2011-12, together the two helped the team reach its peak. Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks have responded well to adversity over the last few years, and this kind of experience in the NHL playoffs is one reason why the Original Six club was able to advance to the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins. Show More Summary
Game 3 Averages 4.001 Million Viewers, Making It Most-Watched Stanley Cup Final Game on Cable in 11 Years
We are now three games into the 2013 Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks, and the list of players whose performance has disappointed is surprisingly long. Since the triple-overtime thriller to begin the series, the top-six forwards on both sides have failed to make a strong impact, especially offensively. Show More Summary
Highlights from Monday's cable ratings.
After being blanked 2-0 by the Boston Bruins in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Chicago Blackhawks find themselves down 2-1 heading into their next game in Boston. Only one team has come back in the finals when down 3-1, and that was the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1942. Show More Summary
The Chicago Blackhawks are no longer feeling the glow of a triple-overtime win in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. On the contrary, the Blackhawks have ceded control of the series to the underdog Boston Bruins. Boston head coach Claude...Show More Summary
Tipoff's at 9 tonight for Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Meanwhile, Boston took a 2-1 lead last night in the Stanley Cup Final. Who's been watching the games? Mapping data group ESRI has the answer. The firm has developed developed software...Show More Summary
When it comes to metropolitan bragging rights, nothing tops pro sports rivalries. These come in two forms: head-to-head battles and overall performance. With the Blackhawks and Bruins locked in a Stanley Cup Final showdown, hockey bragging rights are up for grabs. Show More Summary
WGN sports anchor Pat Tomasulo ventured into enemy territory Monday, reporting from Boston ahead of game three of the Stanley Cup finals between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. Like any good guest, Tomasulo did not arrive empty-handed. Show More Summary
It appears the Chicago Blackhawks will have winger Marian Hossa for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final Wednesday night.
Well, I guess NBC is going to have to bring in some censors for their coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals, because these hockey player just don’t seem to give a flying f@% what you are and are not allowed to say on live national television. Last year it was Dustin Brown letting loose with [...]
The Boston Bruins decided to put an end to the Stanley Cup Finals’ perfect run of overtime games last night with a 2-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game [...]
The Boston Bruins are not involved in any naming controversy, similar to the one the Washington Redskins are facing. There is nothing offensive about the name "Bruins," and there is no call to change the name of the team that founder Charles F. Show More Summary
We mentioned earlier this week that someone tried to make a list of all Doc Emrick's synonyms for "pass it" used in the marathon opening game of the Stanley Cup Finals. Feeling that list was incomplete, I tracked down all 140 of them, then set them to Daft Punk. Read more...