The NHL's regular season is over and some team is only fifteen wins away from Lord Stanley's Cup. Where does the Atlantic Division go from here?
Here on the brink of the playoffs for some teams and on the slide to the offseason for others, who are the unsung heroes of the Central?
At any given moment, and sometimes for games on end, the Pittsburgh Penguins can be the best and most exciting team in the NHL. This doesn't sound like a problem, but it can feel like one.
A non-fan makes a pilgrimage to a local sports bar, in search of beer and the secret to what he has always missed about hockey. The beer helps, somewhat.
Henrik Lundqvist is handsome, successful, and trained in the same martial art form favored by Dolph Lundgren. The Rangers goalie is also brilliant and totally dull at stopping pucks from going into nets.