Last night the Montreal Canadiens, a team traditionally playing out of the Eastern Conference, clinched the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl, a trophy traditionally awarded to the winner of the Western Conference Final. Why? Well this happened for an incredibly unique combination of reasons… The pandemic resulted in a disruption to
Well it’s late August, so that can only mean it’s time for playoff hockey! As we discussed earlier this week with the NBA Playoffs (see that here), every year for all the big four sports we track every possible finals matchup as the postseason goes along. For the upcoming 2020
With the National Hockey League getting set to resume play this week, we’re now getting our first look at how the two arenas will look during games. Both of the “Hub Cities” — Edmonton and Toronto — will feature six giant video boards placed in the lower level of the
If/when the National Hockey League returns next month, 16 of the 24 remaining teams will be thrown into the Stanley Cup Qualifiers, a playoff round invented due to the sudden end of the 2019-20 regular season. The Stanley Cup Qualifiers are basically meant to simulate the remainder of the season.
Baseball’s still postponing games due to snow, so that must mean it’s the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs! Eight teams from the East, eight from the West in a series of best-of-seven rounds to determine who will be left in the end to battle in the Stanley Cup Final.
Last night, the NHL Playoffs dropped the puck, and as always, it was time to put together a circle bracket graphic. Here’s our updated look at this season’s participants in the chase for the Cup. Click the image for the full-resolution size. This year, I decided to add a new wrinkle to the circle
Logo Links is a quick look at what’s taken place in the logo and uniform world over the past 24-hours, here are your logo links for Tuesday, March 13th, 2012: Buffalo Sabres “Buffaslug” Prototype Designs Kristopher Bazen, designer of the Buffalo Sabres infamous “buffaslug” logo has posted his other Buffalo Sabres logo