Fansided NHL Headlines – May 25th

Today marks the 17th anniversary of “The Guarantee.” The Rangers were down 3-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals against the New Jersey Devils in 1994, and Messier of course guaranteed the Rangers would win. (Blue Line Station)

Blue Line Station grades the play of New York Rangers Wojtek Wolski (Blue Line Station)

Carolina Hurricanes prospect Oskar Osala, is heading to the KHL (Cardiac Cane)

On July 1st, Montreal Canadiens’ James Wisniewski will be an unrestricted free agent, Oil on Whyte takes a look at Wisniewski. (Oil on Whyte)

The Vancouver Canucks won game five last night of the Western Conference final to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 17 years. (SenShot)

Taking a look at the Chicago Blackhawks off-season (Blackhawk Up)

Five Stages of Shark Grief, Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. (Blades of Teal)

Boston Bruins have a chance to advance to the Stanley Cup finals tonight (Causeway Crowd)

The Rat Trick grades the play of Florida Panthers’ Bill Thomas (The Rat Trick)

Congratulations to the Vancouver Canucks!! They are on their way to the Stanley Cup Finals and what better way to end the headlines with blogs from The Canuck Way.

Title: They’re Not Yelling Boo, They’re Yelling Lou

Title: Canuck History Was Made

Title: Locker Room Celebration Video

Title: Luongo and Henrik Post Game Video

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