I got goosebumps and I'm not even a fan of either team. But oh, my God, look in the eyes of the participants twenty-five years later; especially Brandon Shanahan. Twenty-five years later. "The Last Dance" was great, but it was peak inside something we'd normally never get to see. "Unrivaled" grabs you by the emotions and doesn't let go.
Duncan Keith and Patrick Kane scored goals and goalie Corey Crawford was flawless in net, as the Blackhawks shut out the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-0, in Game 6 of the 2015 Stanley Cup Finals in Chicago on Monday night. With the win, Chicago captured their third NHL championship in six seasons.
The Detroit Red Wings are in the hunt for the Stanley Cup, and you could win tickets to see Game 4 Thursday night from U.S. Speedo and Cars 108. A win on Thursday night would put the Wings in a commanding position for the series. The 3-1 win last night at Joe Louis Arena puts the Wings up 2-1 in the series. Here is how you can win those valuable tickets from Cars 108:
The Detroit Red Wings, led by Captain Henrik Zetterberg, advance to the second round of the NHL Playoffs, after a thrilling 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday night. Now, they move into Round 2 against an Original 6 team, and the number one seed in the playoffs - the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Detroit Red Wings are on the brink of being eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Last night's overtime loss to the Anaheim Ducks left them down 3-2 in the best of seven series. Detroit must win on Friday night to force a game seven.
The Detroit Red Wings now advance to the playoffs. After finishing as the fifth seed in the Western Conference, the Red Wings will start out on the road with their first series against the #4 seed, Nashville. The Wings appeared to really be struggling as the season ended, do you think they have a chance to win it all? Vote in the poll after the jump:
A few weeks ago it was announced that Boston Bruins player Tim Thomas was returning home to Davison and bringing along the Stanley Cup. The day has finally come where people have flocked to Davison High School for a chance to see Tim. The Flint Journal reports the event honoring him will start at 1pm.