Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins vs. Blues Game 7 FAQ

It has all come down to one game for the Stanley Cup. Here are the keys to victory for both teams. – NHL

How Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final will be won

We debate all the big topics ahead of the final showdown between the Bruins and Blues. Plus, who’s going to win Conn Smythe as playoff MVP? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues, Bruins headed for Game 7

The series heads back to Boston with the Stanley Cup on the line. Here’s everything you need to know about how Game 6 played out. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins vs. Blues Game 6 FAQ

How will the Blues adjust to Ivan Barbashev’s suspension? Zdeno Chara … spoke? Will the Cup be awarded on Sunday night? – NHL

How the Blues’ Stanley Cup run has revitalized St. Louis

From Jon Hamm to a hockey-themed brewery to fans around town, St. Louisans are out to prove that their city is an elite sports destination again. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Controversial play pushes Bruins to the brink

The Blues head back to St. Louis up 3-2, but Game 5 included yet another officiating controversy. – NHL

What we think we know about the Stanley Cup Final

With the series at 2-2 heading back to Boston, here are the seven lessons learned from the Bruins and Blues. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: O’Reilly’s two goals help Blues tie up the Final

A 4-2 victory for St. Louis means this series is going at least six games. Relive Game 4 from every angle here. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins vs. Blues Game 4 FAQ

Can the Blues turn the page on their 7-2 defeat in Game 3? How can the Bruins maintain momentum? What should we expect from the crowd? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins ruin Blues’ homecoming with 7-2 rout

Well, that didn’t go as planned for St. Louis. Here’s what happened in Game 3, including our latest footage of an NFL QB chugging a beer. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins vs. Blues Game 3 FAQ

The teams are tied 1-1 heading back to St. Louis. Who will take charge on Saturday night? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues cap wild Game 2 with OT win

It took more than 50 years, but St. Louis has its first Stanley Cup Final win. Here’s the best and worst of what happened in Game 2. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins-Blues Game 2 FAQ

Is Torey Krug the next Scott Stevens? How can St. Louis prevent another comeback? Should we be worried about Jordan Binnington? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins strike first with 4-2 win in Game 1

Boston started slowly but roared back in the second half of the Cup Final opener. Get caught up on all the Game 1 insights here. – NHL

Who’s going to win the Stanley Cup?

We examine the Cup Final matchup, predict what bizarre rules controversy might plague the series and give takes on Brad Marchand, “Gloria” and more. – NHL

Bookie Blues: Sportsbooks sweat Stanley Cup

Of the four teams Caesars Sportsbook went into the postseason with a liability on to win the Stanley Cup, only the St. Louis Blues made the playoffs. – NHL

Whom should you root for in the Stanley Cup Final?

Haven’t been paying too much attention? Was your team already knocked out? We help you decide whether to get behind the Blues or the Bruins. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues push Sharks to the brink

Do the Sharks have another comeback in them? We break down Game 5 and look ahead to the rest of the series. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues get even with the Sharks

We’re down to a best-of-three in the Western Conference final. Plus, what’s going on with Erik Karlsson? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins sweep their way into Cup Final

The result was never really in question; now the B’s wait to see whom they’ll play next. We recap their win, and preview Sharks-Blues Game 4. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues get handed a loss

The Sharks go up 2-1 after a wild Game 3 in St. Louis that was marred by an officiating controversy. Plus, get ready for Game 4 of Bruins-Canes. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins one win away from Cup Final

Boston weathered the storm in Game 3 and will look to close things out Thursday. Plus, the Blues welcome the Sharks to St. Louis. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks’ Game 2 struggles continue

St. Louis ties up the West finals with a 4-2 win. See our pick for play of the night, three stars and a preview of Tuesday night’s game. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Canes eating a ‘poop sandwich,’ down 2-0 to Bruins

Carolina captain Justin Williams had a colorful quote on the team’s situation. Plus, a preview of Monday night’s Sharks-Blues Game 2. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues gift-wrap Game 1 for Sharks

The ice was tilted in San Jose’s favor on Saturday night. Look back on the 6-3 win, and get ready for Sunday’s Bruins-Canes game. – NHL

2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: Sharks vs. Blues series preview, pick

Both teams won epic Game 7s to get here. Will the power of the Joes take San Jose to the Stanley Cup Final? Or will St. Louis’ magical run continue? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins strike first on Hurricanes

A 5-2 win in Boston kicks off the Eastern Conference final. We recap all of Thursday’s action and get you ready for the weekend. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks reach final four after outlasting Avalanche

The conference finals are set following San Jose’s win. Plus, watch the 49ers O-linemen’s beer-soaked hype video, and get ready for Bruins-Canes. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues win glorious double-OT thriller over Stars

St. Louis’ incredible run in calendar year 2019 continues. Relive Game 7, and get ready for Avs-Sharks on Wednesday night. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins advance, Avs and Sharks will go seven

Boston will meet Carolina next, while Gabriel Landeskog & Co. live another day. Plus, Brad Marchand had some captivating postgame behavior. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues force a Game 7 with Stars

The two teams will square off one more time. Plus, get ready for two Game 6s on Monday, with the Blue Jackets and Avalanche on the brink. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins win wildly, Sharks win mildly

The home teams won in Boston and San Jose, but in very different fashions. Plus, see the Golden Knights’ message to racehorse Maximum Security. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: ‘Bunch of Jerks’ complete sweep

Carolina is on to the conference final, while Dallas takes control. Plus, look ahead to Saturday night’s action. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins, Avalanche get even

These two series look like they could go the distance. Plus, witness a kitten enjoying playoff hockey, and a preview of Friday’s action. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Hurricanes go up 3-0 on the Islanders

Carolina took care of Barry Trotz’s old team in Round 1, and it is cruising against his new team in Round 2. Plus, the Stars strike back in Dallas. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blue Jackets, Sharks take the lead

The home crowd was in a frenzy in Columbus, while San Jose quelled the rally in Colorado. Plus, a look ahead to Wednesday’s action. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Patrick Maroon seals Game 3 win for Blues

The Missouri native scored the game winner in giving St. Louis a 2-1 series lead. Plus, check out previews of Tuesday night’s slate. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Hurricanes rally to stun Isles

Carolina is up 2-0 after winning both games in Brooklyn, and the Avs squared things up with the Sharks. Plus, a preview of Monday’s action. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Stars, Blue Jackets even it up

Matt Duchene and Roope Hintz led their teams to victory Saturday. We get you caught up on those games, and preview Sunday’s pair of Game 2s. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins, Blues strike first

It looks like the excitement of the first round will be carrying over based on Thursday’s action. Plus, get ready for Sharks-Avs and Isles-Canes. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: ‘Bunch of Jerks’ eliminate the champs

Carolina’s wild ride continues, while Ovi & Co. are headed home. Plus, a look at Thursday’s series openers in Boston and St. Louis. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Leafs, Knights ousted, and another Game 7 on tap

Tuesday night was a late one for NHL fans, and there’s another series clincher on the slate Wednesday. We catch you up, then preview Capitals-Hurricanes. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Predators eliminated, Caps and Canes will go 7

We nearly earned two more Game 7s on Monday, but alas, Nashville’s watch has ended. Plus, get ready for Leafs-Bruins and Sharks-Knights. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks, Bruins survive to force Game 7s

San Jose took two OTs to outlast Vegas, while Boston’s win didn’t take quite so long. Here’s the best of Sunday and a look ahead to Monday. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: The Schwartz was with St. Louis in elimination of Jets

The Blues wing picked a good game for a hat trick. Plus, recapping Saturday’s other action and getting you ready for Sunday’s slate. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoff Daily: Leafs take control, Flames extinguished

Toronto moves ahead in its series, while Calgary’s run has ended. Get caught up on last night, and look ahead to Saturday’s action right here. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks survive, plus a wild finish in Winnipeg

Tomas Hertl led the charge to keep San Jose alive. Catch up on Thursday night’s action and get ready for Friday night’s games here. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Rantanen pushes Flames to the brink

Colorado is one game away from eliminating Calgary, while Wednesday’s other matchups knotted their respective series. Plus, what’s on tap Thursday? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Carolina dominant in home win

The Canes shut out the Caps, while the Leafs held off a furious rally at home. Highlights and recaps from Monday, with a look ahead to Tuesday here. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Lightning, Penguins pushed to the brink

Are Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh headed for early exits? Highlights from Sunday’s games, plus a look ahead to Monday night’s action. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Overtime madness!

Three games needed OT to determine the victor on Saturday. Get caught up with highlights and recaps here, and get ready for Sunday’s full slate. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Columbus stuns, Vegas gets even

The Blue Jackets have the Lightning on the ropes after two wins in Tampa Bay. Plus, what to watch for on Saturday. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Maple Leafs, Flames cruise

What night No. 2 lacked in close games, it made up for in epic goaltending performances. Get caught up here, and see what’s on tap for Friday night. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Lightning shocked, rookies rule

It was a wild opening night of the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs. Get caught up here, and get ready for Thursday’s set of Game 1’s. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Opening night!

A look back at the drama of the NHL draft lottery, including the best social post, plus what we’re watching for in all of tonight’s Game 1’s. – NHL

2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: Lightning vs. Blue Jackets series preview, pick

Tampa Bay is coming off one of the most dominant seasons in history, while Columbus just squeaked into the playoffs. Who wins this matchup? – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoff Hype Rankings: Which series are must-see?

Based on seven categories, our definitive hype rankings let you know which first-round matchups will be the most exciting to watch. – NHL

Stanley Cup Madness: Who was the best champ of the past 16?

How well do recent champs stack up to the ridiculously stacked 2002 Red Wings? Which versions of the Penguins and Blackhawks are best? Vote here. – NHL

Ranking the best possible Stanley Cup Final matchups

Which pairings would be most entertaining? Plus, fallout from the 2020 World Cup cancellation, the Week in Gritty, Jersey Fouls and more. – NHL

Roundtable: Our picks for the Stanley Cup Final

We update our picks on who will be vying for the Cup. Plus, non-goalie MVPs and fatal flaws for Nashville, Winnipeg, Toronto and Tampa Bay. – NHL

Will the Maple Leafs or Islanders win the Stanley Cup first?

With John Tavares and the Leafs squaring off with his former team for the first time, we ponder the big questions for both clubs. – NHL

Roundtable: Can the Caps repeat as Stanley Cup champions?

Our panel breaks down the Caps’ chances, the team’s most important player this season, and makes bold predictions for one year from now. – NHL

NHL experts’ predictions: division winners, Stanley Cup, awards

Our picks for each division, Stanley Cup Final matchup, 2019 champion and all of the major awards. – NHL

Caps forward brings Stanley Cup to Humboldt

Washington Capitals forward Chandler Stephenson brought the Stanley Cup to Humboldt on Friday to recognize the community’s strength and resilience after April’s deadly bus crash. – NHL

Ranking the best Stanley Cup losers of the past 20 years

Either the Golden Knights or the Capitals will lose in the Final, joining this list of also-rans. Plus, a Calgary Flames Jersey Foul, and more. – NHL

Stanley Cup Final tale of the tape: Full breakdown and picks

Which team has the superior first line? The better power play? Who has been blessed by the hockey gods? We debate eight categories and make picks. – NHL

The hidden downside of a Vegas Stanley Cup win

Coming up just shy of a championship would no doubt be painful, but may actually be the best-case scenario for the expansion club. – NHL

Roundtable: Can the Golden Knights win the Stanley Cup this season?

Given goalie Marc-Andre Fleury’s dominance and the Golden Knights’ relentless, physical play in front of him, our writers like Vegas’ chances to make a title run. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoff Hype Rankings: Which series are must-see?

The first-round playoff matchups are set. Which ones must you watch live, which are DVR-worthy and which can you just read about in the morning? Here’s the definitive ranking of all eight series in terms of watchability. – NHL

2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs Central: Schedule, scores, highlights

From the first round all the way through the Stanley Cup Final, has you covered. Check out the full playoff picture and coverage on each team. – NHL

Help For Medicine Donated To Stanley County Health Dept. By Charles Myrick of ACRX

ACRX Recognition Gallery: American Consultants Rx -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Stanley Cup Playoffs Watch Daily: Playoff chances, tragic numbers and more

Which teams have the best shot at locking up a playoff spot? Who’s earning a better shot at the No. 1 overall pick? Here are the latest projections for both, along with critical matchups to watch today and much more. – NHL

How the Blackhawks build their next Stanley Cup contender

After a decade of dominance that had fans bringing up another D-word (dynasty), the Blackhawks are bringing up the rear in the Central Division in 2017-18. Here’s how they can get back on track. – NHL

Which long-suffering fan base is most deserving of a Stanley Cup this spring?

With all due respect to the Maple Leafs — who will be treated like the Eagles or Cubs of hockey when they finally win another championship — the Capitals, Blues and Jets can each stake a convincing claim to having the most tortured NHL followers. – NHL

Which playoff bubble team could actually win the Stanley Cup?

Few teams have more potential for a deep run than the Penguins. The Ducks were a conference finalist last season and still have the health, scoring and solid goaltending to surge again. And the rest of the West should watch out for the Wild. – NHL

Are the Penguins still a top Stanley Cup contender?

Sidney Crosby & Co. started the season as the favorites to win the Stanley Cup — for a third straight time. Things haven’t gone well, leaving us to wonder if their window of legitimate contention has closed. Here’s what the underlying numbers say. – NHL

Which young star will win a Stanley Cup first?

Auston Matthews and Connor McDavid are both generational players, but our experts believe that Jets winger Patrik Laine — who is surrounded by elite talent up front and has a stellar goalie behind him — has the best shot at winning a title soonest. – NHL

Tony Zierra to Follow up ‘Filmworker’ with New Stanley Kubrick Doc about ‘Eyes Wide Shut’

LYON  — Tony Zierra, the director of this year’s critically acclaimed Cannes screener “Filmworker” – about Leon Vitali, who served for decades as Stanley Kubrick’s right-hand man – is working on a followup Kubrick documentary about the making of the 1999 drama “Eyes Wide Shut,” starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Zierra was in Lyon […]



PayPal’s Market Value Eclipses AmEx, Nears Morgan Stanley, Goldman

PayPal vaulted over American Express in terms of market value this week, punctuating a rally that has pushed up the payments company’s shares by nearly 75% since the start of 2017. US Business


A dream (that didn’t) come true: Predators fan didn’t know he won free tickets to the Stanley Cup

A dream (that didn’t) come true: Predators fan didn’t know he won free tickets to the Stanley Cup – NHL

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Leaving a champion: Players who retired after winning Stanley Cup

Leaving a champion: Players who retired after winning Stanley Cup – NHL

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