Can Montreal Make Another Comeback?

For the sixth time in these playoffs, the Habs are in a must win situation. If they lose, they go home. If they win, they play at least one more game. The Habs are 5-0 in elimination games in the playoffs. But, the Flyers are 2-0 when having the chance of eliminating their opponent. They were down 3-1 to the Washington Capitals in the Quarter-Final. They managed to win three games in a row to pull off an upset against the President’s Trophy winners.

Patrick Marleau sounds like he wants to stay

The Sharks and Patrick Marleau are going to have to decide over the next two months if they have a future together.

But Sunday, the player who scored five of San Jose’s seven goals in the Western Conference finals, sort of sounded like someone who wanted to stay where he is after his contract expires June 30.

Flyers Notes: High on Flyers' to-do list: Re-signing Leighton

Since returning from an ankle injury, Michael Leighton has been brilliant in the postseason – he has outplayed Boston’s Tuukka Rask and Montreal’s Jaroslav Halak – so it’s not surprising that signing the blossoming goalie is on the Flyers’ off-season to-do list, according to a club source.

Leighton can become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.

Canadiens sharpen stories about Flyers' skate issues

Canadiens defenseman Jaroslav Spacek said he didn’t do it.

In fact, when informed yesterday that sand might have been poured in the hallway that leads from the Flyers’ locker room to the ice at the Bell Centre in Montreal before Game 4, Spacek said he was curious why so many Flyers needed to leave the ice.

Future of the Sharks?

BOB MCKENZIE

There are going to be some people who feel that the San Jose Sharks should blow their team up after ‘another playoff failure.’

I don’t think that will happen.