A tough defeat at the hands of the Sharks has the Blues fighting for their playoff lives while bloodied and thrown into the San Jose Shark tank. Though the Blues held home ice advantage, they now must win on the road to continue their season. And that could be a challenge with David Backes banged up. However, we in Minnesota know what happens when your team has it's back up against the wall, so we know that anything is possible. So tonight, the feast is there for the taking. Will the Sharks dine or will they end up pulling this:
Stay tuned to find out.
Here is the most random and strangely entertaining Shark related video the internet could connect me too. Will the Blues survive the attack? Ponder that while we Walk:
Wild reaches deal with prospect Chase Lang; other signing news - StarTribune.com
The Wild signed forward prospect Chase Lang to his three-year, entry-level contract this morning.
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Brent Burns is the best scoring defenseman in the history of the Minnesota Wild. His spirit and outstanding scoring touch makes him a franchise great.
Hottest Players of the Week: Phenomenal Playoff Performers - Sportsnet.ca
As the intensity ramps up, so to does the play of these five stand-out players.
Statistically Speaking: Blues can't stop Pavelski, Thornton - Article - TSN
Too much Joe for the Blues too handle
Sullivan: Goaltending an ‘imperfect situation’ - Article - TSN
MAF or the rookie?
Thumbs up to goaltending decisions - Article - TSN
Coaches making good decisions
Off The Trail
Stamkos leads top 30 potential NHL free agents - Article - TSN
How many Wild players are on this list?
Down Goes Brown: There will never be another John Brophy - Sportsnet.ca
We always say "we'll never see another like him," whenever someone passes, because that just feels like the right thing to say. But in Brophy's case, it's indisputably true. There will never be another John Brophy.
Chiarelli hopes to improve Oilers in a 'short period of time' - Sportsnet.ca
Edmonton Oilers general manager Peter Chiarelli spoke about what he plans to do at the upcoming NHL Draft and whether he would consider trading his team's first-round pick.