The Tampa Bay Lightning’s Stephen Stamkos (arms raised behind the net) scores a big goals after returning from an injury with the Dallas Stars goalie Anton Khudobin (35) swatting away the puck in first period (AP News photo)
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Joe:
#1 How crucial was it for for the Tampa Bay Lightning to even the series 1-1 after losing game 1. They certainly didn’t want to go to game 3 tonight down 2-0.
#2 For game 3 tonight the Lightning are really depending on goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy who stopped 27 shots on Monday night.
#3 A narrow win Joe 3-2 and all three goals by Tampa Bay really counted to secure them for the rest of the game.
#4 Bolts head coach Joe Cooper said with a 3-0 lead shrunk down a one goal 3-2 lead the team never goes into panic mode.
#5 So its Lightning and Stars once again tonight for game 3 Joe talk about how you see this one finishing out in the bubble in Edmonton.
Joe Lami did the NHL podcasts throughout the 2020 season on http://www.sportsradioservice.com
Number 35 with 35 saves the Dallas Stars goaltender Dallas Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin and his Stars teammates have something to celebrate after picking up the first win of the Stanley Cup Finals on Sat Sep 19, 2020 at Rogers Centre in Edmonton (Canadian Press photo)
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Len:
#1 The Dallas Stars continue to shock the hockey world they came into Rogers Centre on Saturday night and grabbed all the gusto and defeated the Mighty Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1 and goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy faced a barrage of Stars shots.
#2 Vasilevskiy allowed three goals and faced 19 shots in the loss the Stars were able to get an empty netter.
#3 The Lightning were expected to win the first game and are favored in the series but ever since the Stars caught their own lightning in a bottle with a huge series win against the Vegas Knights to advance to this round they’ve been unstoppable.
#4 The Stars got goal scoring help from Joel Hanley in the first period at 5:40, Jamie Oleksiak 12:30 in the second period, Joel Kiviranta at 19:32 in the second period, Jason Dickinson late in the third period at 18:42.
#5 Mary Lisa after a three goal beating by the Stars on Saturday night will the Lightning come back on Monday night for game 2 off kilter or will they come back with a vengeance?
Mary Lisa is a NHL podcast analyst and podcasts the NHL Stanley Cup Finals for http://www.sportsradioservice.com
2020 Stanley Cup Finals logo as the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning battle for the Stanley Cup in game 1 tonight at Rogers Centre in Edmonton (nhl.com image)
NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Matt Harrington:
#1 The Tampa Bay Lightning are coming off a huge win from Thursday night in Toronto as they clipped the New York Islanders 2-1 in overtime to win in six games 4-2 to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals.
#2 The series itself shows you that the Lightning is not a team to cave in and they provided some strong defense holding the Islanders to jut one goal in game six with Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy stopping 26 shots and allowing just one goal.
#3 Matt, Brayden Point returned for the Lightning on Thursday night and had four shots in 25:47 on the ice. He was out and the team medical staff really got him turned around after he took a hit from the Islanders Adam Pelech.
#4 Looking at tonight’s Stanley Cup Finals all games will be played in Edmonton which should give both the Lightning and the Dallas Stars time to focus on morning skates, meetings, no traveling, another series with a quite empty rink, and game one tonight.
#5 The Stars had some great help getting to the Finals with a shocking defeat over the Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference Finals how do you see Dallas matching up with the Lightning for game 1 tonight.
Matt does the NHL podcasts on Saturdays at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from lohud.com: Blues players celebrate a goal in the third period of Game 5
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals with Daniel:
1 Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara reportedly suffered broken jaw in Game 5; Blues within one win of Stanley Cup, up 3-2
2 Bruce Cassidy calls officiating ‘black eye’ after loss in Game 5
3 Report: Erik Karlsson hoping for offers from Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens
4 Report: Corey Perry looks to part ways with Ducks
5 Stanley Cup ratings are strong on NBC
Daniel Dullum did the NHL podcasts weekly at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from masslive.com: Boston Bruins’ Brandon Carlo, left, and St. Louis Blues’ Tyler Bozak jockey for position during the second period in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Thursday, June 6, 2019, in Boston.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs podcast with Matt:
#1 The St. Louis Blues who are the front runners in the series now evened the series twice in Games 2 and 4. They are certainly aware of the surroundings on the ice and on the series scoreboard too.
#2 Taking a look at some of the key players in the series thus far starting with the Boston Bruins’ Brad Marchand in the postseason with eight goals, 13 assists, and 21 points, David Pastrnak with eight goals, nine assists, and 17 points, just two of the many talented players on the B’s who are now trying to solve the Blues at this time.
#3 Matt talks about St. Louis goaltender Jordan Binnington. While he had a rough Game 3 in which the Bruins beat up on the Blues 7-2, Binnington had two great back-to-back games in Games 4 and 5.
#4 The Bruins are just one game down 3-2 in the series. Do the Bruins feel they’ve got their backs to the wall in an elimination game in St. Louis in Game 6 on Sunday night?
#5 The Blues won two one-goal games in this series. That tells you also a little about their defensive prowess.
Matt Harrington does the NHL podcasts each Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from wsoctv.com: One of seven Boston Bruins goals on Saturday night in St. Louis leaves the Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington laid out in front of the net as the Bruins move ahead 2-1 in the Stanley Cup Finals.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Daniel Dullum
1 Stanley Cup Finals: Bruins in front 2-1, the Bruins got a 7-2 win in Game 3 on Saturday night. Meanwhile, back in Game 2, the Blues did get a historic win.
2 Blues’ Oskar Sundqvist was suspended for Game 3
3 Report: Maple Leafs discussing a possible trade of Patrick Marleau to Los Angeles
4 Oilers hire Dave Tippett as head coach
Catch Daniel on the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
missourinet.com photo: The St. Louis Blues’ Oskar Sundqvist puts the hit on the Boston Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk in Game 2 in Boston, resulting in a one-game suspension for Sundqvist.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Matt:
#1 Matt talks about St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist, who was suspended for a game for his elbowing the Boston Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk.
#2 Was the suspension of Sundqvist justifiable and with Sundqvist out of the lineup. how much of impact is that for the Blues?
#3 Blues captain David Backes said that at this rate if this keep up there won’t be any defensemen left. “It’s from behind, elevated, into his head, into the glass. If that’s a two-minute penalty, I think there’s going to be a shortage of defensemen in this series by the end of it. That’s in somebody else’s hands. That’s something I think if I’m making that hit, I’m probably watching from the bleachers for a few.” said Backes.
#4 Will the Bruins come out in Game 3 fired up because of the hit on Grzelcyk or will they be satisfied with the league decision to suspend Sundqvist?
#5 Game 3, the first of two in St. Louis series, is tied 1-1. Matt tells us his thoughts on the upcoming Games 3 and 4.
Join Matt for more coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals next Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
boston.com photo: Oskar Sundqvist of the Blues knocked Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk out of Game 2 with a first-period hit from behind.
On the Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Joe:
#1 The Blues and Bruins are tied. The way the Bruins came out, it looked like they would dominate, but in Game 2, the Blues got by in overtime 3-2. Do you see this one being an up and down game?
#2 Carl Gunnarsson got the game-winner on a delayed penalty at 3:51 in the OT that gave the Blues the gamer.
#3 In goal, the Blues’ Jordan Binnington stopped 21 shots.
#4 The Blues’ Robert Bortuzzo and Vladimir Tarasenko both scored regulation goals.
#5 The victory for the Blues in Game 2 was St Louis’ first win in 14 tries in Stanley Cup Final games.
#6 Joe sets up game three for us as the next two games are in St Louis starting on Sunday.
Joe Lami does the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcasts each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
nbcsports.com file photo: San Jose Sharks Erik Karlsson acknowledges the San Jose crowd at SAP Center in San Jose during the third round of the playoffs against the St. Louis Blues.
On the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcast with Daniel:
1 Blues reach the Stanley Cup finals after mid-season turnaround
2 Sharks fans are worried about cryptic Karlsson tweet
3 Report: Penguins, Wild discussing trade involving Phil Kessel
4 Recent trend: NHL execs returning to familiar franchises
5 Modano returns to NHL roots; joins Wild as an advisor
Catch Daniel right here throughout the NHL Finals at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
photo from wbur.org: Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask stops a penalty shot by Columbus Blue Jackets forward Boone Jenner during Game 4 of their second-round series.
On the Stanley Cup Final podcast with Joe:
#1 The San Jose Sharks’ season ended last week as the players cleaned out their lockers the discussion of free agency was turned up as the Sharks might shop or drop free agents, forwards, Joe Pavelski, Joe Thornton, Joonas Donskoi, Michael Healy, and Gus Nyquist.
#2 The Sharks are also looking at their defensemen free agents who may not return next season — Erik Karlsson and Tim Heed
#3 Will restricted free agents Timo Meier and Kevin LaBanc be back?
#4 The Boston Bruins swept through the Stanley Cup Playoffs and made it look easy. Joe takes a look how easy it will be against the St. Louis Blues in the Final.
#5 The Bruins have home ice and had plenty much of a flawless postseason, going almost error free.
Listen for Joe Lami on the NHL Stanley Cup Finals podcasts each Friday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com