… Well, I think the Sharks will win. I kind of hope they will. Even though I think Detroit is awesome to watch and so full of character players. Even though I don’t really have a dog in this fight.
But I want to be proven right. Remember at the beginning of the playoffs when I went on and on about how there’s no momentum carryover from one game to the next in the playoffs? Well this would certainly be proof of that, wouldn’t it? If the Sharks win Game 7, it can’t be argued that momentum carries over from one game to the next in a series. It just can’t.
Another part of me wants San Jose to finally get the gorilla off its back and realize some playoff success, and I think the Sharks and Canucks would make one hell of a Bestern Conference Final. On the other hand, so would Detroit-Vancouver.
Ah, I don’t care. All I hope is that Game 7 is even remotely as entertaining as was Game 6.
This from the Rangers:
NEW YORK RANGERS TEAM UP WITH NYC PARKS & RECREATION AND COCA-COLA TO HOST FREE ALL-DAY YOUTH STREET HOCKEY EVENT AT THE INTREPID
Special Event on Saturday May 14th to Celebrate Success of Year-Long Youth Fitness Initiative
New York, May 11, 2011 – Last December, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, The New York Rangers and Coca-Cola, launched a new program to provide free indoor hockey clinics for youth in New York City aimed to advocate the importance of living an active and healthy lifestyle. Throughout the program more than 500 New York City youth this winter were able to get into the action and sharpen their hockey skills. To celebrate the success of the program, On May 14th from 10AM-5PM, former New York Rangers Rod Gilbert, Ron Duguay, Nick Fotiu and Brian Mullen will host an all-day outdoor youth hockey event at Pier 86 at the Intrepid featuring interactive clinics and activities for the whole family.
WHO: New York Rangers Alumni Rod Gilbert, Ron Duguay, Nick Fotiu and Brian Mullen
WHAT: Free All-Day Hockey Event at the Intrepid*
Event to celebrate the success of “New York Rangers & NYC Parks Youth Street Hockey presented by Live Positively, Coca-Cola,” program which offered free youth hockey instruction and tips on the importance of exercising and eating a balanced diet to youth in the New York City Region. Through weekly scheduled clinics, 500 children were able to learn basic hockey skills and the value of healthy living
WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2011
10:00 AM – 5:00PM – Event Open to Public
WHERE: Pier 86
Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum
West 46th Street and 12th Avenue