SCOREBOARD
Sunday, May 25
No game scheduled. The Stanley Cup finals resume with Game 2 at Detroit on Monday.

STARS
Saturday
-Mikael Samuelsson, Red Wings, scored two goals to lead Detroit to a 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh.

SHUT DOWN
Mikael Samuelsson busted out of a slump with two goals, and Chris Osgood stifled the Pittsburgh Penguins' young and talented stable of forwards with 19 saves to lift the Red Wings to a 4-0 victory in the opening game of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night. Detroit overpowered goalie Marc-Andre Fleury with a 36-shot barrage. Osgood has two postseason shutouts this season and 12 in his playoff career.

NO GOAL
he penalty box with 4:40 left in the first period. The Red Wings won Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals 4-0.

NEW PLAN
The NHL plans to take a ``good look'' at the issue of goaltenders' equipment during the offseason, league commissioner Gary Bettman said Saturday. Bettman, speaking ahead of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals, said he hopes changes can be made, but the issue first must make its way through a committee process. Bettman also said every team in the league will play all the others at least once next season.

SPEAKING
``I just live in the moment. We played good as a team. I'm lucky to be the one who scored a couple of goals.'' - Detroit forward Mikael Samuelsson after scoring two goals in the Red Wings' 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh in the opening game of the Stanley Cup finals on Saturday night.

NHL Top Stories

Thumbnail Flames vs. Coyotes Prediction Will the under cash tonight when the Coyotes host the Flames at 9:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Caps, B's poised for ultra-competitive affair Despite minimal offensive contributions, Boston has captured three games in a row entering Wednesday’s matchup against Washington. Will Claude Julien’s club stay...
Thumbnail Montreal surprisingly mediocre on road Home ice has been very good to the Blues so far this season. But will the NHL’s top team put an end to the fun shortly?
Thumbnail Panthers vs. Bruins Prediction The Panthers have been a horrible bet against the Bruins but will they pull off the upset tonight at 7:00PM ET in Boston?
Thumbnail Detroit hopes to hold off surging Pittsburgh So far this season, nothing has been easy for the Red Wings. Add tonight’s matchup against the explosive Penguins to the list.
Advertisement

NHL Team Pages