In this edition of Crowd Goes Wilder, Steve Cook and I discuss WWE stripping Daniel Bryan of the WWE World Heavyweight Title, Seth Rollins’ heel turn, the NBA and NHL Finals, the Cincinatti Reds not scoring runs, and HORSE WEDDINGS!
My thoughts on the Chicago Blackhawks eliminating the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings in five games.
Thoughts on the second round of the NHL playoffs and a look at the Conference Finals.
Looking at how the lockout changes this NHL season.
The always busy Matt Paligaru joins the Man Cave to wrap up the NHL playoffs. As a pseudo Los Angeles Kings fan, Matt gives plenty of praise to the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions as we discuss their historical run to the cup and look back at the Finals. Then we’ll preview the NHL Award Show and give our picks for all the major trophies before looking at the potential off-season moves that could take place including the trading of superstars like Roberto Luongo, Rick Nash, and others.
My thoughts on the Los Angeles Kings winning the Stanley Cup and how it’s not surprising despite them being an eight seed.
The recently engaged and extremely busy Matt Paligaru is back in the Man Cave to preview the final round of the 2012 NHL Playoffs. We’ll breakdown the Stanley Cup Final between the New Jersey Devils and Los Angeles Kings, tell you who the best player in the series is, give plenty of praise to both goalies and defenses, and give our pick on who will hoist the cup. Plus we’ll look back at the Conference Finals and some non-playoff headlines that are making the rounds.
Matt Paligaru is back in the Man Cave to continue our NHL Playoff coverage. We recorded this during Game 1 of the Phoenix Coyotes vs. Los Angeles Kings so series, so we’ll not only preview the series, but we’ll provide live updates during the third period of the game. Plus we’ll look back at the second round and discuss what went wrong with the teams that failed to advance and preview the east finals between rivals New Jersey and New York.
Matt Paligaru joins the Man Cave to continue our NHL Playoff coverage. We’ll look back on round one and give our takes on what happened in every series, including the best performances and biggest shockers. Then we’ll preview the second round and make our picks on who will advance and in how many games. Finally we’ll talk about the fallout in Vancouver from the Canucks getting bounced in the first round and whether or not Roberto Luongo will return.
My thoughts on the outstanding defense and goaltending we’ve seen during the Western Conference playoffs.