Take your pick with this week’s Sports Illustrated cover: NHL playoffs or NBA playoffs.
Rangers captain Ryan Callahan sends New York to the playoffs with this overtime goal.
Glenn Hall of the Chicago Blackhawks allows a goal on Nov. 27, 1966 vs. the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, in the first-ever game in which a camera was placed inside the net.
That concept was the idea of longtime New York Times photographer Barton Silverman. The Times shares much of Silverman’s classic Rangers photos as the Blue Shirts embark on an NHL Playoffs run with high expectations.
Source: The New York Times
The Big Lead laments the shuttering of Paulina Gretzky’s Twitter account.
I never followed her, but if I was going to follow daughters of hockey legends, it would be for these types of photos.
She will be missed, but you can still follow me on Twitter @PaulKatcher. You never know when I’ll be sharing photos of myself in a tube top.
crazy. geo-targeting… boston pizza changes its name for the playoffs. @vancanucks #bringithome
Reminds me of when Brady’s, a bar on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, changed its name to Manning’s for Super Bowl XLII between the New England Patriots and New York Giants.