Another weekend in the books as Monday is here again. The Stanley Cup Playoffs are underway and there has been lots of exciting and thrilling action. Here is the top hockey news for Monday, April 16 from the weekend that was. Today’s stories include Blue Jackets win another overtime game, Vegas keeps surprising, Bruins dominance continues, Penguins flexing their muscle, Martin Jones stealing games for San Jose, Predators show off playoff experience, Lightning depth too much for New Jersey, and Minnesota rebounds with a home win.
Top hockey news for Monday, April 16
After coming back to win game 1, Columbus rallies from another two-goal deficit to win again in overtime.
The Vegas Golden Knights continue to surprise the hockey world as they are up 3-0 on the LA Kings.
The top line for the Boston Bruins is in fine form as Boston continues to dominate Toronto in Game 2.
After surviving the Flyers early push, as Pittsburgh flexes their muscle in Game 3 win over Philadelphia.
With the Sharks flying under the radar, Martin Jones stands on his head as the Sharks take both road games.
After overcoming Colorado’s desperation in Game 2, the Nashville Predators show their playoff experience.
Through two games, Tampa Bay Lightning scoring depth has been too much for the Devils to handle.
Down 0-2 in the series to Winnipeg, Minnesota rebounds on home ice with a six-goal outburst.