We explore the missed opportunities for the Avalanche, and the keys to Tampa Bay’s resilience, with an eye on Sunday’s showdown.
The Cup is in the building. Colorado needs one win to end Tampa’s two-year reign atop hockey. Will it happen? We’ll see.
Tampa Bay head coach Jon Cooper says the Lightning have “no more mulligans” as they look to stave off elimination in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Friday in Denver.
Colorado coach Jared Bednar wants his team to channel their emotions and energy and play with “passion” in Game 5 as the Avalanche look to close out the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Betting preview and picks heading into Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Friday night between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado Avalanche.
The March 26, 1997, matchup — with 18 fighting majors, 148 total penalty minutes and one epic goalie fight — was unlike anything the NHL had ever seen. In conjunction with E60’s “Unrivaled,” here is the story of that night, from the people who lived it.
Craig Turney, a.k.a. DJ Triple T, heard the 1999 classic on a “Throwback Thursday” radio show and inspiration hit. Since then, it has become the sing-along standard at Avalanche games and is one win from a place in Stanley Cup lore.
Who needs to step up for the Lightning to get back into the series? Will Cale Makar add a Conn Smythe to his trophy case? We break it all down.
In 2021, Tanner Flynn picked the winners of the Super Bowl, World Series, Stanley Cup and NBA Finals. He’s about to do it again while adding college football to the mix. With $34,000 and prognostication glory on the line, Flynn is sweating over the Cup.
Those looking for tickets to Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Avalanche and Lightning will have to shell out four figures on average.