Road trip to Springfield for game no. 7 of the Rocket


The matches n. 7 are probably what we are voyage most of them as living room sportsmen.

Match # 7 involving our team: the pinnacle.

With the Canadiens finishing 32nd and last in the NHL in 2021-22, our team this spring is a bit like Laval Rocket. Club-school of the Canadiens located a few kilometers from the Bell Center, the Rocket has won many supporters in recent weeks.

After being able to avoid the entrance roundabout (play) thanks to his good campaign conclusion, the Rockets managed to eliminate Benoit Groulx and the many Crunch Quebecers in a fifth final game. Then he overwhelmed the Rochester Americans in three small games …

And tonight he will try to win the seventh game of his series against the Springfield Thunderbirds … in Springfield.

I will also be present with two of my colleagues (and friends) to participate in this important meeting. In particular, I had planned to end the evening at the tavern From Mo

The winner of this final match will face the mighty Chicago Wolves – Carolina Hurricanes school club – in the grand finale of the American League. We have learned in the last few hours that this series will start on Sunday afternoon in Chicago. It won’t be much rest for the Rockets or the Thunderbirds, who …

If the Rocket makes it to the Grand Finals, matches will be played on June 22, 24 and 25 in Laval. Still hockey in Quebec on National Day night?

Note that theWolves finished first overall last season in the AHL and that ‘have the best playoff record of any playoff team this year in the American League. They also beat (3 to 0) and eliminated (4 to 2) the Stockton Heat last night (game # 6 in Chicago).

Josh Leivo, Jack Drury, Stefan Noesen, Andrew Poturalski … Wolves are prepared to go to war.

But hey, back to the Rocket game tonight in Springfield …

We already know Cayden Primeau, who is having a great run, will be in goal for the Rocket. However, it is not yet known whether he will face Joel Hofer or Charlie Lindgren. The coach of T-shaped birds will he opt for regular alternation, the goalkeeper who is the best since the start of the playoffs, the goalkeeper who was the best in the regular season or the single? sensation?

Jesse Ylonen, hit hard in Game # 6, shouldn’t be in uniform … and Joshua Roy could replace him. We should know more in the morning.

Last time I heard that Rocket players (and James Neal) didn’t have to interrupt their night due to a fire alarm, eh eh.

Will the ratings be as good as the latest games on RDS?

Since the Power supply it is not excellent abroad AND ESPECIALLY due to the series between Avalanche and Lightning starting tonight, I foresee a small decline. Whatever, the No. 7 is what every hockey fan is looking for when spring arrives.

Note that tickets for this final match are currently on sale for between $ 29 and $ 47 (US)..

Start of the Stanley Cup Final
The long-awaited final between the two-time champion and contender no. We will probably be entitled to the most interesting Stanley Cup final of recent years. It has been a long time since we have seen such good teams compete in the grand finale. There will be no surprises at the Canadiens or at the Stars this year. Both teams are of elite caliber.

The Lightning will seek to confirm their dynasty status by being the first team to win three consecutive Stanley Cups since the early 1980s, when the Islanders were crowned champions from 1980 to 1983.

Does the magic of Lightning continue to operate in the final? Will the boys be able to win one for Corey Perry?

To say that the Lightning was built by a guy who worked for the Canadian (Julien BriseBois), helped by a guy who was a CH and who was supposed to work for the team (Mathieu Darche)…

On the other hand, Nathan MacKinnon said he was happy to have the challenge of facing a team as powerful as Lightning. Cale Makar, meanwhile, wishes stop the lightning dynasty and launch the avalanche one. Will he make it?

Is this the year of the avalanche? Will Arrturi Lehkonen lift the biggest trophy in two weeks?

Brayden Point trained yesterday and could be back in action tonight. If he’s not tonight, he should go to saturday according to coach Jon Cooper.

To the Avs, Nazem Kadri yesterday did not jump on the ice with his teammates. It looks like he can play somewhere in the final, but the doubt persists.

Samuel Girard’s series have ended.

Will Andrei Vasilevskiy be able to muzzle MacKinnon, Makar, Landeskog, Rantanen and company? Who of Paval Francouz or Darcy Kuemper will have the heavy task of facing the Lightning?

The answer from 8pm tonight in Denver … and on TVA Sports, specifically. Time to start this series. We looked at the presentations.

Note that Tickets for tonight’s game are currently on sale for prices ranging from $ 549 to $ 9,000 (US) on the official Avalanche website (where some resales are still displayed).

Game No. 7 in Hamilton
There will also be Race # 7 tonight in Hamilton as Jan Mysak, Arber Xhekaj and the Bullodgs will all look to win the OHL title and to buy a place in the Memorial Cup. To do so they will have to overtake Daniil Sobolev and the Windsor Spitfires.

There aren’t many tickets left for this seventh game e the only ones that can still be found on the Bulldogs site sell for $ 25-34. Will the FirstOntario Center be fully filled for this event? If so, we would be talking about just over 17,000 people here …

Who from Mysak and Xhekaj or Sobolev I will go join Kaiden Guhle at the Memorial Cup? The answer from 7pm tonight.


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