THE TOP SHELF: Scorers To Watch Out For

May 11th, 2010 by Matt Sitkoff Leave a reply »
So all you geniuses that had Michael Cammalleri in your playoff pools are looking pretty good right now, as the winger now sits atop the goal leaders alone with 11 goals in 13 games.

The “Mule” Johan Franzen finally woke up this postseason with a four-goal outburst in Game four against the Sharks, then bowed out afterwards.

And Sidney Crosby finally scored his first goal of the Eastern Conference semifinals to tie him for the league lead in points.

With those scorers in mind the Pucking Awesome Top Shelf, or snipers we have our eye on this week, breaks downsome heavy action in both the Stanley Cup playoffs and upcoming Memorial Cup.


Game seven:

We have said it many times on this site that nothing is better in sports than a Game seven do-or-die.

Now the Candiens face their second consecutive game seven when they travel to the defending Stanley Cup champions’ house on Wednesday. Scott Gomez has the most experience in Game sevens, playing in seven in his career with a 5-2 record; he added his second career assist in these pivotal games in a 2-1 win over Washington. Ironically ...

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