NHL Morning Coffee Headlines – May 27, 2019

by | May 27, 2019 | News, NHL | 10 comments

Updates on Brad Marchand and Jordan Binnington, Mark Stone named 2019 IIHF Worlds MVP, and more in today’s NHL morning coffee headlines.

NBC SPORTS: Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand is listed as “good to go” after taking a maintenance day from practice yesterday. He’s expected to be in the lineup for tonight’s opening game of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final.

Could Jordan Binnington become the NHL’s version of Kurt Warner? (Photo via NHL Images)

 STLTODAY.COM: St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington’s story is drawing comparisons to former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner. The latter came out of nowhere to lead his club to the Super Bowl 20 years ago. Binnington, a midseason call-up, has backstopped the Blues to their first Stanley Cup Final in 49 years.

NBC PHILADELPHIA: NHL Hall-of-Famer Bob Clarke former Cherry Hill, NJ, home (with a Philadephia Flyers logo-shaped swimming pool) is up for sale for $1.4 million.

THE SCORE: Rouyn-Noranda Huskies defeated the Halifax Mooseheads 3-1 to win the 2019 Memorial Cup.

SPORTSNET: Finland upset Canada 3-1 to win the 2019 IIHF World Championships. Canadian player (and Vegas Golden Knights winger) Mark Stone was named tournament MVP.

 







10 Comments

  1. Finally! Game Day

  2. Go blues!

    • Chrism you misspelt Bruins.

      • I believe that outside of ne most people are rooting for the first time cup winners

        Also ne sports fans tend to be the most obnoxious in the world so there’s that

      • Now I was being nice, and you wanted to group a whole fan base; but yet you often come on here with you’re Obnoxious comments and yet you judge others. Don’t be disliking just because they win.

      • You misspelled cheat.

    • Sorry caper…. go blues! I mean you’ve been rewarded enough already this year…

  3. Way to go Finland! They played great and it was fun watching play on the wider ice. Made for more room for offense to set up and I bet there are a lot less injuries with less action along the boards.

    • True NYR4life, but not the Bruins. Don’t be picking on my poor Bruins. Marchand is loved by everyone.