So, it took 52 years, but the St Louis Blues win their first Stanley Cup in an exciting playoff series against the Boston Bruins. To read more about this series, be sure to visit our St Louis Blues v Boston Bruins post.
Round three NHL playoffs conference finals begin tonight. Now, there are four remaining teams and excitement is building. To read more about the road leading to round three; be sure to visit our Second Round Stanley Cup Playoffs post.
The second round Stanley Cup playoffs will begin tomorrow. So, now that several teams have been eliminated; excitement is building.
NHL trade activity has been quite active. So, every year there are deals that happen early and some happen minutes before the trade deadline.
The NHL Free Agency season is underway. Similarly to the NBA, there has already been a lot of signings. To read more on the NBA basketball signings, be sure to visit our NBA Free Agency Update post.
Although it took 44 years, the Washington Capitals win over the Vegas Golden Knights gave the Capitals their first Stanley Cup in their history.
Since many teams had exciting victories in the first round, the NHL round 2 playoffs is set to begin. Now, there are eight teams left in the playoffs.
So the NHL trade deadline was 3:00 p.m. yesterday. Similarly to the NBA trade deadline, there was quite a bit of activity. Visit our NBA Trade Deadline post to read more about some of the trades that happened earlier in the month.
When it comes to professional sports, October sports is a big month. With a new season, comes the only month of the year when all four professional sports teams are playing.
Last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins repeat as back-to-back Stanley Cup Champs. Although the Nashville Predators were the lowest seed in the Western conference, they played well enough to get to the Stanley Cup finals.