Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Important 100's

Well, I was 100 percent correct on my NHL game seven predictions yesterday! Congratulations to Washington and Carolina for moving on.
The next round has these matchups:
  • Pittsburgh and Washington
  • Carolina and Boston
  • Chicago and Vancouver
  • Anaheim and Detroit

My brash predictions to move on are Washington, Boston, Vancouver and Anaheim. Before the opening round I predicted Boston would ultimately beat San Jose in the Stanley Cup Finals...I'll stick with Boston to go all the way BUT by beating the Vancouver Canucks.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

"The Donald" is so BRASH

Am I referring to Donald Trump or Don Cherry?
No, but Donald Brashear - suspended for six games for
"impersonating Sean Avery." Brashear will be missing the pivotal game seven tonight against Avery and the New York Rangers. I am still picking the Caps. Brashear was born in Bedford, Indiana and my voice traveled to Indianapolis today as I sent along a voice file to WRTV for a boat dealer commercial that will start airing in the morning.

MSG-TV will be carrying the Rangers game tonight and also game seven between New Jersey and Carolina. I am picking the Hurricanes in that one. The Western Hockey League's Lethbridge Hurricanes lost the league title last year to the Spokane Chiefs. Here is one of my promos that ran on Shaw TV. Tomorrow, I will be busy recording the WHL promos for this year's final on Shaw featuring my hometown Kelowna Rockets against the Calgary Hitmen. Kelowna prevailed last night at home in overtime versus Vancouver!
Wow!! is absolutely right.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Slamming the goalies!

That's what Mike Milbury did on his blog today. He wraps it up by saying:
I say give these weirdos their own planet and be done with it.
Thanks for the Earth Day sentiment Mike...NOT!
  • Vancouver won two games yesterday!
The Canucks became the first team to move on in the NHL playoffs as Roberto Luongo stopped 47 shots last night against St. Louis in a 3-2 win. It was the first seven-game series sweep in the Canucks' 38-year history.

The Vancouver Giants beat the Kelowna Rockets by the same 3-2 score yesterday. Tyson Sexsmith was the first star stopping 33 shots for Vancouver, who lead the WHL Western Conference Final two games to one. Off night in Kelowna tonight as Neil Young is rockin' this town! His late father, Scott Young, was a sportswriter who died four years ago. How would you like to have these guys on your team? Crosby, Staals, Nash & Young: