2013 gameday three questions
Game day series of interview questiosn for each Lightning opponent.
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The first of back-to-back games pits two top teams in the Atlantic Division against one another.
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The homestand comes to an end tonight for the Tampa Bay Lightning (18-16-4) with the season series finale against the Minnesota Wild (20-10-6) who are showing strength and vying for a top spot in the competitive Central Division in the Western Conference.
Just what is up with the Florida Panthers under Vincent Viola's ownership reign of several weeks? Addressing goaltending, trade rumo(u)rs and rivalries, we find out in a Q and A with Litter Box Cats.
Henrik Lundqvist may be the "king", but Marty Brodeur is the legend. He's back from injury, and will start tonight. Now, how do the Devils get through Kovalchuk's injury, plus thoughts on Peter DeBoer in his 2nd year and Jon Merrill's new contract.
We asked 3 questions of Peter Raaymakers of Senators blog Silver Seven to get his take on what makes Paul MacLean so good, when Spezza and Anderson might return to action, and how Sens fans are so very different from those in Toronto and Montreal.
It's been a month since the Lightning and the Maple Leafs last played each other in Tampa. Things have changed for the Leafs, who are sliding in the standings in the East.We check in with Pension Plan Puppets about the club and what's going on in the post-Burke era in Toronto.
The New Jersey Devils are in the midst of their own slump, standing winless in their past five games. John Fischer from In Lou We Trust sheds some light on the recent Devils troubles... And they are not all related to the absence of Martin Brodeur i
No one knows the Devils like John Fischer at In Lou We Trust. What does he have to say about the loss of Zach Parise and Larry Robinson, whether Clarkson is better than Kovalchuk, and what it means that the Devils are kind of old?