Another wild and wacky night in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with two Game 7. Another one tonight. Here is the top hockey news for Wednesday, April 24th. Today’s stories include Bruins advance in another Game 7, Sharks complete the Comeback, Controversial Penalty overshadows Game 7 in SJ, Joe Pavelski injured, Jonathan Marchessault’s fierce comments, Mike Babcock faces tough questions, Is it time to break up the Predators?, Cole Caufield tops Phil Kessel record, and Toronto’s roster going forward
Top Hockey News for Wednesday, April 24th
The Ghosts of Garden’s Past continue to haunt the Toronto Maple Leafs. Another Game 7 in Boston another loss as the Bruins will face Columbus in the next round.
What a wild and crazy game in San Jose. Down 3-0 in Game 7, San Jose completes the comeback with an overtime win over Vegas.
Controversy is overshadowing the game itself. Vegas was assessed a 5-minute major penalty which changed the direction of the game.
After Joe Pavelski got injured which caused the 5-minute major, head coach Peter DeBoer had no update on Pavelski’s status.
Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault had some strong comments towards the NHL after the Golden Knights season ended.
After a third straight first-round exit with the Toronto Maple Leafs, head coach Mike Babcock faces lots of questions.
Two years after making it to the Stanley Cup Final, it is time to break up the Nashville Predators roster?
Over at the U18 World Championships, American Cole Caufield broke Phil Kessel’s goal record for a single tournament.
Another first-round playoff loss is leading many to question the makeup of the Toronto Maple Leafs roster.