Here is the February 21st edition of Go With The Flow. We give our picks for the next coach to get fired, talk about the latest trade buzz, and discuss the DoPS' latest rulings as well as much more.
LMBF's hockey guys are back with the newest installment of Go With The Flow. After a slow week of hockey, we discuss the Bruins, the late, great Mike Ilitch, and the final stretch of the NHL season.
This week we discuss if the Blues are dead or not, the Olympics, what the hell the league is going to do about the Coyotes, and much more.
Claude Julien was the longest-tenured NHL coach until this morning. After serving ten seasons behind the Boston bench, the Bruins announced this morning that they had parted ways with the coach that brought them a Stanley Cup back in 2011.
Oh, and one other thing: today is the Patriots' Super Bowl
The Hawk broke the losing streak and managed to play a full three periods. They almost lost it, however, allowing the Coyotes to score and bring it within one, but the good guys came out on top and won the battle 4-3.
Starting with a goal by Patrick Kane to
The Hawks take on the Coyotes tonight in Glendale. Chicago has been on a three-game losing streak, practically non-existent in the third period. Their defense shuts down and their offense grabs some pine like the other spectators in the arena. They’ve given up 13 points in 3 games and have
It's official. Let the Mike Yeo era begin in St. Louis.
While this is certainly something that should have happened, it is still very surprising to see it happen mid-season. However, the writing was on the wall. Blues players such as Vladimir Tarasenko were visibly unhappy with their coach and one can