Did You Think the Playoffs Were Over?

Hey Chasers,

The end is almost near for the NBA and NHL seasons. Who will be crowned as a champion this year? We will find out soon enough. The French Open started this past week and has gotten off to a hot start. The marathon known as the MLB season continues on. Finally, the World Cup is about two weeks away and we at SportChaser, are super excited. Are you?

This Weekend’s Event Suggestions

Indiana Pacers @ Miami Heat – Find your bar! 
Fri, May 30 08:30 PM

The Heat return to their home court to try to finish off the Indiana Pacers and punch their ticket to the NBA Finals.



Chicago Blackhawks @ Los Angeles Kings – Find your bar!
Fri, May 30 09:00 PM

Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings
Will the Blackhawks win tonight and face the Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final, or will the Kings get back in the race? Find out tonight!

San Antonio Spurs @ OKC
 Thunder – Find my bar!
Sat, May 31 08:30 PM

San Antonio Spurs at OKC ThunderSpurs look to advance to the NBA Finals when they take on the Thunder in Game 6 of the NBA Western Conference Finals.


Let’s get ready for the weekend!

Hey Chasers,

We have a lot going in this week, from the NBA and NHL playoffs conference finals to the end of the European Soccer leagues. Check out our recommandations for this week end!

Los Angeles Kings @ Anaheim Ducks - Find my bar!
Los Angeles Kings @ Anaheim Ducks – Fri, May 16 –  Find my bar!

Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid – Sat, May 17 – Find my bar!

Miami Heat @ Indiana Pacers – Sun, May 18 – Find my bar!

NHL Playoffs: One step closer to the Stanley Cup Finals (1/2)

By Jon

Most hockey fans will tell you that there is nothing like playoff hockey. Any game can change in an instant by one single shot. With the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs coming to a close, let’s take a look at tonight closing games.

Two of the original six teams in the NHL have not disappointed in this series. This is the 34th time these two have fought each other in the playoffs, which is also an NHL record! Let’s mention that two of the five games going into overtime (one went into double OT!). But, Boston was able to take a 3-2 lead on their home ice this weekend with a very impressive win and now look to close out this series in Montreal. The Bruins do have all of the momentum going into Montreal especially winning the past two games but expect the Canadians to bring everything they got tonight! They certainly do not want to lose on their home ice, especially against a rival like the Boston Bruins.

Reilly Smith fighting with David Desharnais

Reilly Smith fighting with David Desharnais

Both teams sure do not like to play on their home ice. The Kings took the first two games in Anaheim against the Ducks. The Ducks return the favor by taking the next two games in Los Angeles. This sets up a pivotal Game 5 between both teams. The winner will have a 3-2 advantage going forward in the series and close to 80% of teams leading 3-2, go on to win the series outright! There shouldn’t be any doubt that Jonathan Quick will be back in net for the Kings for Game 5. But how about the 20 year old AHL call up John Gibson for the Ducks? Gibson had an incredible game in Game 4 making 28 saves for his team as the Ducks shut out the Kings. Let’s wait and see what this game has to offer.
Boston will look to close out their series tonight while the Canadians have already showed us what they are capable of. But let’s not forget about the Freeway Face-Off, where one team can put themselves in a great position to move on to the Western Conference Finals. We will find out tonight.

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