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Sunday's Dump & Chase: Threat Level Midnight; Hawks Win, Take 3-2 Series Lead

The Blackhawks are one win away from winning the Stanley Cup. Ugh. I was already on the fence about going to any Chicago games next year, but if they win this thing, it'll be an easy decision. I'm not much for paying to be annoyed. Please, Boston...I've never asked you for anything. Make a comeback. You're our only hope. (It's Sunday. You're resting. And we encourage that. But while you're sitting on the couch, why not pop in and vote for us in the Toast of Music City Reader's Choice Awards? We wouldn't ask if it wasn't important.)


Nashville Predators News

Annual Report Card: Rich Clune | The Predatorial

Seems a bit high. Here's some additional information to consider.

Nashville GM David Poile to build Team USA for 2014 Sochi Olympics | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports

Question: Are there waiver wire transactions in the Olympics?

Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey

Losing Patrice Bergeron Would Be Huge Blow, But Bruins Must Have Desperate Game 6 Effort Regardless |

And because descriptions like "upper body injury" could mean anything from ear infection to broken back, we have no idea if he'll be available Monday.

Conn Smythe Watch: Has Patrick Kane clinched the Conn Smythe if Chicago wins? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports

He's probably the leader at this point.

Jonathan Toews injured, sits on bench all third period - Chicago Sun-Times

Boston needs Bergeron more than Chicago needs Toews, for Game 6 anyway.

Agent sounds desperate in making his case for

There's no way he plays for the Flyers next year, right?

Flames say they will be ready for next season | ProHockeyTalk

I certainly hope so. What a nightmare.

Bruins have big fan in Ray Charles, the blind golden retriever | Puck Drunk Love

Let's be real here...the dog is being FORCED to root for the Bruins.

The one amazing feature that makes European DVRs so much better than American DVRs. - Slate Magazine

Because nobody should ever miss the last six seconds of a sporting event.