By Josh Kramer
Men’s College Basketball has gone from 345 to 2. Novak Djokovic once again flexed his muscles in Miami. And Major League Baseball is ready to roll. Last week was fun, but this week will not be too shabby in its own right. Here are the events to keep an eye on.
5. We have entered the final week of the NHL season. I for one am extremely excited for playoff hockey. Two teams are duking it out in the Eastern Conference for the 8th and final playoff spot, while the Wild West still has five teams in contention for the 7th and 8th positions. I am more concerned with the real contenders though. Teams that I think have a legitimate chance of hoisting Lord Stanley in June. I am focused on a showdown in the City of Brotherly Love tomorrow evening.
New York Rangers at Philadelphia Flyers: There is a reason why HBO had a hit series this winter entitled, “24/7 Flyers-Rangers.” Not only are these two of the best teams in all of hockey, but they are also two of the fiercest rivals. These teams have been bitter divisional foes since 1974-1975 season, and have met ten times in the playoffs. Well don’t be surprised to see an 11th edition of the “Battle of the Broads” in this year’s postseason. The Flyers have been led by a high-octane offensive attack that centers around their star, Claude Giroux. The Rangers on the other hand can score in flurries, but their leader is none other than their Mr. “GQ” himself, Henrik Lundqvist. Continue reading