Recent Comments by tahoemoj

NFL Pick 'Em Week 14: Color Analyst Tim Ryan Edition

Dallas by 7

Atlanta by 6

Baltimore by 3

Cincinnati by 3

Green Bay by 13 LOCK

Minnesota by 12 LOCK

San Francisco by 6

Miami by 10

Tampa Bay by 6

Houston by 17 LOCK

L.A. Chargers by 7

Tennessee by 13

Kansas City by 10

Arizona by 4

Seattle by 7

N.Y. Giants by 6

posted by tahoemoj at 11:56 AM on December 05, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 13: Offensive Rams Edition

Cincinnati by 13

Tennessee by 7

Philadelphia by 8 LOCK

Green Bay by 13 LOCK

Cleveland by 8

Carolina by 6

Jacksonville by 4

Baltimore by 6

L.A. Rams by 10

L.A. Chargers by 3

Kansas City by 17 LOCK

Houston by 6

Seattle by 8

posted by tahoemoj at 12:07 PM on December 01, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 13: Offensive Rams Edition

For tomorrow's games:
Chicago by 3;
Dallas by 6;
New Orleans by 21 (lock)

posted by tahoemoj at 05:16 PM on November 27, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 12: Baltimore is Pretty Good Edition

Houston by 6

Atlanta by 10

Buffalo by 3

Chicago by 3

Pittsburgh by 13 LOCK

Cleveland by 10 LOCK

New Orleans by 14 LOCK

Oakland by 7

Seattle by 8

Detroit by 10 LOCK

Jacksonville by 10

Dallas by 6

Green Bay by 7

Baltimore by 13 LOCK

posted by tahoemoj at 11:57 AM on November 21, 2019

SportsFilter: The Wednesday Huddle

No, I was not at the game.

Of course not; that's silly. You were home watching it on your iPad, right?

posted by tahoemoj at 03:25 PM on November 20, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 11: Miami 2-Game Winning Streak Edition

OK, I'll spot you all 10.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:37 PM on November 15, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 11: Miami 2-Game Winning Streak Edition

Howard--I'm the son of an old F-100 pilot. One of his dear friends from high school and the USAF, a man I grew up around, was a Wild Weasel. As we walked onto the grounds of Stead Air Base outside of Reno one day, we came upon an F-105 displayed outside the gate. Ed said, kind of offhand, "hey, I flew that plane." I asked, "oh, you flew the F-105?," to which he replied, "yeah, but I mean I flew that specific plane." Turns out it was his old mount that had been put out to stud. Anyhow...

Dallas by 8

Jacksonville by 7

Buffalo by 10 LOCK

Minnesota by 13

New Orleans by 7

Washington by 3

Atlanta by 6

Baltimore by 4

San Francisco by 13 LOCK

Cincinnati by 3

Philadelphia by 4

L.A. Rams by 6

L.A. Chargers by 7

posted by tahoemoj at 07:12 PM on November 14, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 11: Miami 2-Game Winning Streak Edition

I'm going Pittsburgh by 13 in a lock.

posted by tahoemoj at 04:06 PM on November 14, 2019

He told a kid to slide. Then he got sued.

From Howard's [very insightful] comment on the [wrong] thread: One cannot tell from the story, but the player probably had enough experience to know how to slide.

According to the lawsuit, this kid had major league aspirations. That being the case, we should reasonably be able to assume that he understood all of the rudimentary skills to playing the game: throwing, catching, hitting, running bases, and sliding. I was taught how and when to slide at the earliest stages of my baseball playing days, and I sure as hell never had big-league aspirations, or even the ability to play varsity high school ball. I understand that at his level, the game is faster and coaches are forced to think quicker, but come on.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:47 AM on November 14, 2019

Houston Astros accused of electronically stealing signs in 2017

Waiting for a televangelist to claim that Verlander's World Series losses are God's revenge for the sins of the sign stealers.

I'm a devout atheist, but fuck it. I'll go on record saying that. I mean, I might use the word "karma" in place of "God", but tomato/tomaato.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:41 AM on November 14, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 10: Miami Winning Streak Edition

Oakland by 6

Detroit by 10

Baltimore by 19 LOCK

Buffalo BY 7

Kansas City by 13 LOCK

New Orleans BY 23 LOCK

N.Y. Giants by 8 LOCK

Tampa Bay by 6

Indianapolis by 10 LOCK

Green Bay by 7

L.A. Rams by 6

Dallas by 6

Seattle by 4

posted by tahoemoj at 07:03 PM on November 05, 2019

Kevin Harlan's Cat Call

Kinda shocked that flags weren't thrown for taunting. The cat paused on the 2 to admire his work, hung out in the end zone for a looooonnnngggg time, and was clearly looking for a Salvation Army kettle to dive into. Harlan's call was great. Collinsworth would have called him a showboat and told him to act like he'd been there before.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:38 AM on November 05, 2019

These Browns are more disappointing under Freddie Kitchens than with Hue Jackson's failed run

I'm torn on the Brownies' lack of success. On the one hand, as a Bengals fan, I relish in Mayfield and Co's collective tripping over their dicks as much as I would any inter-division rival. My status as an Ohio State fan, of course, makes Mayfield's collapse even more enjoyable.

But then there is the part of me who wanted to believe that one of the league's perennial punching bags could elevate itself to championship contender. If the Brownies could pull off a turnaround, maybe the Bengals can, too!!


posted by tahoemoj at 02:07 PM on November 04, 2019

Deadspin is Revolting

To all the ladies I've moistly known...

posted by tahoemoj at 04:57 PM on October 31, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 9: San Francisco 51ers Edition

San Francisco by 13 LOCK (but don't the Niners generally shit the bed against Arizona at least once a year?)

Houston by 10

Buffalo by 13 LOCK

Minnesota by 6

N.Y. Jets by 3

Philadelphia by 10

Indianapolis by 7

Tennessee by 10

Detroit by 4

Seattle by 13 LOCK

Cleveland by 3

Green Bay by 8

Baltimore by 3

Dallas by 6

Bye by 23 (against the Bengals)/lol Tough but fair.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:24 PM on October 31, 2019

Piffle, or not piffle?

Perhaps Will can find a strapping young lad, preferably white, who religiously recognizes and follows baseballs unwritten rules to pry that enormous stick out of his ass.

But I dug the Sports Machine clip. Great post, Mookie!

posted by tahoemoj at 12:20 PM on October 31, 2019

The Montreal Expos, er, Washington Nationals have won the World Series!

Congrats to the Nats! Always love me a good David beat down of Goliath.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:13 PM on October 31, 2019

Deadspin is Revolting

I am a huge fan of deadspin. Sure, it can be snarky and the profanity a bit much for some (I'm generally happy to work blue, so it doesn't bug me), but is has really grown up in the ten years or so I've been visiting. They've got (had, I guess) some incredibly intelligent and gifted authors--take David Roth and the revitalized Ray Ratto, for example, along with some genuinely funny people--Magary and Burneko, for example. And where they started off with some juvenile crap--consistently showing fight videos and unintended broadcast nudity--they really upped their game in the past five years. I used to visit once a week or so, but have been a daily visitor since they've gotten more politically and socially involved. Some of the cross-posts from sister sites like Jezebel and The Root can be pretty informative for a middle aged white guy like myself.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:11 PM on October 31, 2019

'The French Olympic logo tumbles out of bed on a Parisian morning.'

That is the Twitter thread I didn't know that I needed this morning until I read it.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:20 PM on October 28, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 8: Seeing Ghosts Edition

Minnesota by 18 LOCK

Seattle by 9 LOCK

Philadelphia by 4

L.A. Chargers by 6

Detroit by 10

Tennessee by 13

Indianapolis by 7

L.A. Rams by 13 LOCK

New Orleans by 17 LOCK

Jacksonville by 11

San Francisco by 10

New England by 17 LOCK

Oakland by 6

Green Bay by 10

Pittsburgh by 17 LOCK

posted by tahoemoj at 12:46 PM on October 23, 2019

High school cancels football season, fires every coach after suspended player suits up with different identity

I, for one, wholeheartedly believe the "kids like to trade jerseys before the game sometimes" defense offered by the coach.

Now, if anybody is looking to sell a bridge, I've got some money burning a hole in my pocket.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:00 PM on October 22, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 7: J-E-T-S Edition

Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.

And intended as such, I assure you!

posted by tahoemoj at 02:19 PM on October 18, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 7: J-E-T-S Edition

Whew! My "lock-em-all" approach in a week full of upsets didn't hurt me as badly as I thought it might! Still looking up at the pack though...and now for my picks and best Howard_T impression:

Kansas City by 3 (Is it just me, or have defenses figured out how to stop Mahomes and co.?)

Atlanta by 5 (When the completely resistible force comes up against an imminently movable object...)

Buffalo by 13 LOCK (the entire AFC East should be relegated, with one notable exception)

Jacksonville by 17 LOCK (continuing the Bengals pattern of close loss...blowout loss...close loss...blowout loss...close loss...enter Minshew and DJ Chark do do do do do DO)

Minnesota by 10 (good Purple D and timely bad calls will sink Detroit)

Green Bay by 8 (I dunno what to think about the Raiders this season..maybe Chucky's getting a bit of his mojo back?)

Houston by 14 (Will it be Houston's O or D that shows up Sunday? Doesn't matter)

N.Y. Giants by 3 (Jones/Barkley > Murray?)

San Francisco by 20 LOCK (all of the insufferable Niners fans here in Reno have laid dormant for the past 5 years or so...and now they're back)

L.A. Chargers by 3 (Tannehill gets the start, and will prove that 2 mediocre quarterbacks don't equal 1 viable starter)

New Orleans by 10 (the Saints D has people saying "Drew Brees...who dat?")

Baltimore by 4 (Carroll and Wilson are denied the sweep of the AFC North)

Philadelphia by 6 (Jerry Jones' pain is like sweet ambrosia to most casual NFL fans)

New England by 20 LOCK (Darnold returns to earth)

posted by tahoemoj at 02:34 PM on October 16, 2019

Opinion: LeBron James undermines values he's espoused in most disgraceful moment of career

I've always like LeBron, or at least I've wanted to like him. I'm not a basketball fan in any way, shape, or form, but I know enough about him to know that he is a transcendent, generational talent on the floor who virtually single-handedly brought an NBA championship to Cleveland a few years back. I saw him on SNL and thought he was somewhat self-deprecaing and endearing for a mega-talent. I even wrote off his "the decision" garbage on ESPN as just giving the people what they wanted.

But this is some bullshit. You're seriously crying about inconvenience and possible financial setbacks when there are people putting their lives on the line for their ideals? And in doing so, supporting the Chinese government's attempts to suppress free speech not only in Hong Kong, but worldwide? Make no mistake, the Chinese government is simply using its economic might--rather than military or police forces--to bend globally-minded organizations like the NBA to its will. But it's suppression of free speech all the same. LeBron is the one who needs to "educate himself" aboutwhat is going on, and not Morey.

posted by tahoemoj at 02:18 PM on October 16, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 6: One Less Gruden Edition

Effectively taking week 4 off, and a low scoring week 5, have left me looking up at the majority of my fellow prognosticators. Desperate times call for desperate measures, or so I am told. Here goes nothing...

New England by 10

Tampa Bay by 6

Seattle by 13

Kansas City by 4

Washington by 3

Minnesota by 8

New Orleans by 9

Baltimore by 17

San Francisco by 4

Arizona by 3

Tennessee by 6

Dallas by 17

L.A. Chargers by 10

Green Bay by 7

...and LOCK 'em all.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:59 PM on October 09, 2019

Jay Gruden Out as Washington Coach

Soon to be hired as a "special adviser" to the Bengals. Kind of like Hugh Jackson's triumphant return to the Queen City.

posted by tahoemoj at 05:06 PM on October 07, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 5: 902 Passing Yards Edition

I hereby protest my busted-lock pick from Thursday night's game. The game had been on for, like, 27 seconds when I made that pick.

posted by tahoemoj at 05:05 PM on October 07, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 5: 902 Passing Yards Edition

Arizona by 4

Buffalo by 6

Chicago by 10

New Orleans by 3

Minnesota by 8

Philadelphia by 13 LOCK

Pittsburgh by 6

New England by 23 LOCK

Jacksonville by 4

Houston by 10 LOCK

L.A. Chargers by 10 LOCK

Green Bay by 4

Kansas City by 10

Cleveland By 6

posted by tahoemoj at 10:25 AM on October 06, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 5: 902 Passing Yards Edition

Rams by 6 lock

posted by tahoemoj at 08:30 PM on October 03, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 4: Minshew Mania Edition

Dammit"Cowboys by 4, and Bengals by 3

posted by tahoemoj at 08:09 PM on September 29, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 4: Minshew Mania Edition

Packers by 8.

posted by tahoemoj at 08:22 PM on September 26, 2019

SportsFilter: The Friday Huddle

Just let us play.

Mr. Brady, the Kansas City Chiefs would like a word.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:35 PM on September 20, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 3: Quarterback Blues Edition

Tennessee by 3

Buffalo by 7

Dallas by 24 LOCK

Green Bay by 13 LOCK

Atlanta by 4

Kansas City by 6

Minnesota by 3

New England by 33 LOCK

Philadelphia by 7

Arizona by 3

Tampa Bay by 4

L.A. Chargers by 6

San Francisco by 10

Seattle by 17 LOCK

L.A. Rams by 9

Chicago by 13 LOCK

posted by tahoemoj at 04:55 PM on September 19, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 2: Broken Clavicle Edition

In light of the Sam Darnold mono (among other) news, I would like to change my Monday night pick to Cleveland by 10.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:33 PM on September 12, 2019

NFL Pick 'Em Week 2: Broken Clavicle Edition

I think the new coach has successfully de-Marvinized him. Bless your heart, beaver. May the gods of small sample size not strike down upon us with great vengeance.

Tampa Bay by 4

Cincinnati by 7

L.A. Chargers by 13 LOCK

Minnesota by 6

Tennessee by 6

New England by 21 LOCK

Buffalo by 3

Seattle by 7

Dallas by 10

Baltimore by 14 LOCK

Houston by 17 LOCK

Kansas City by 9

Chicago by 4

New Orleans by 13 LOCK

Philadelphia by 10

N.Y. Jets by 8

posted by tahoemoj at 02:29 PM on September 11, 2019

Enter SportsFilter's NFL Pick 'Em Contest

**Repeating the phrase "this is my year this is my year this is my year"

Chicago by 6

L.A. Rams by 10

Philadelphia by 8

N.Y. Jets by 3

Minnesota by 5

Baltimore by 17 LOCK

Kansas City by 13 LOCK

Cleveland by 4

L.A. Chargers by 13 LOCK

Seattle by 17 LOCK

San Francisco by 4

Dallas by 6

Detroit by 7

Pittsburgh by 4

New Orleans by 3

Oakland by 6

posted by tahoemoj at 02:07 PM on September 04, 2019

Andrew Luck Retires from NFL at 29

I would launch a lawsuit against the organization and claim incompetence and damages

Not sure if that lawsuit would fly:

Option 1: The Colts sue to claw back some of the signing bonus. Their legal basis is breach of contract, essentially saying that the signing bonus (the Colts' consideration) was part of the contract by which Luck agreed to play (Luck's consideration) for the Colts for x more years, and his failure to play for x more years was in breach (failure of consideration). The remedy for that breach is disgorgement (repayment) of the up-front consideration. You, Luck's attorney, try to defend your client from that breach of contract suit by stating that your client intended to fulfill his contractual obligations, but could not due to the Colts' prior breach. But there was none--the Colt's contractual consideration was $$$ and they satisfied it. I'd be shocked if there was any additional contractual consideration such as "maintain competent offensive line and/or training staff." So you lose.

Option 2: you, as Luck's attorney, sue the Colts in tort for the damages your client suffered--essentially some form of negligence. You can probably satisfy some elements of the prima facie case for negligence--the Colts owed Luck a duty of care, they violated that duty by failing to protect him from injury, he suffered demonstrable damages as a result. But it gets very tricky when it comes to acceptance of risk and comparative negligence elements. I sure as hell wouldn't want to try to argue that Luck was unaware of the risks inherent in quarterbacking an NFL team, or that he didn't assume those risks pursuant to a multi-million dollar contract. I think you're going to lose there, too.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:58 PM on August 28, 2019

SportsFilter: The Monday Huddle

Rest in Peace, Cedric Benson. Although his NFL career didn't pan out as many anticipated it would, he sure played some great ball while he was with the Bengals.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:23 PM on August 19, 2019

SportsFilter: The Sunday Huddle

that clip NoMich

Seconded. That move he puts on the Saints DB's early on in the clip was a complete ankle breaker.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:19 AM on August 05, 2019

Robot umps now!

That was one hell of an explanation Howard, thanks for the effort! And remember a few weeks back when I kicked dirt on your shoes? I'm sorry about that. Keep up the good work.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:53 PM on August 01, 2019

Reds' Amir Garrett Fights Entire Pirates Team

The bad blood between these two teams has been great this year. Certainly, the two are mired in an epic race for ...[checks standings]...last place in the NL Central?

posted by tahoemoj at 12:48 PM on August 01, 2019

SportsFilter: The Sunday Huddle

Double fuck that spammer for taking away from holden's very cool link.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:36 PM on July 22, 2019

Russian NHL Star Artemi Panarin Has Opinions

One of the better comments on Deadspin suggests that whoever dresses at the locker next to Panarin's in the Rangers' locker room procure a Geiger counter ASAP.

posted by tahoemoj at 04:54 PM on July 19, 2019

SportsFilter: The Wednesday Huddle

I still stand by my hard-assed umpire decision that Marisnick's hit was intentional

...and I stand by my decision to kick dirt on your umping shoes. I mean, you gotta be kidding me. Whaddya got, walleye vision!?

posted by tahoemoj at 05:56 PM on July 17, 2019

SportsFilter: The Wednesday Huddle

I'm not sure if that supports my theory that his hit on Lucroy was unintentional or undermines it. My perception is that it supports it--he injured the other team's catcher on a play that was dangerous, even if unintentional, and now he's sucking it up and taking his medicine. That said, I get the impression that Marisnick now believes his debt to be settled, and any further escalation by the Angels will cause an uproar.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:47 PM on July 17, 2019

Jake Marisnick Clobbers Jonathan Lucroy at Home

My conclusion as an umpire would be that Marisnick deliberately collided with Lucroy.

And although I disagree with you, in no way do I think that conclusion is unreasonable. It all happens way too fast for anyone (except Marisnick) to be 100% certain.

Kicking dirt on your cleats anyway.

posted by tahoemoj at 05:12 PM on July 08, 2019

Jake Marisnick Clobbers Jonathan Lucroy at Home

Man, that was brutal. It sure looks like Marisnick was trying to avoid him and just guessed wrong. Running full speed, you get one chance to make a move; he made his and it ended badly for everyone. For me, any doubt is erased when he immediately jumps up to check on Lucroy's well-being and is clearly distressed by what happened.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:20 PM on July 08, 2019

BIRGing and CORFing

Still waiting for the acronym for whatever it is that fans from Cincinnati experience--which is pre-game pessimism, followed by early game resignation, followed by mid-game cautious hope, followed by late mid game elation, followed by end of game crushing defeatism.

I'll donate a cup of my spit every week during baseball and football season to this study. although the only difference between pre- and post-game will be the spiked level of alcohol and bitterness (at my parents for raising me in Cincinnati).

posted by tahoemoj at 03:02 PM on July 01, 2019

St. Louis Blues Win First Stanley Cup

I don't know how to embed a gif in a post (I think someone tried to teach me a few years back, but I'm ...simple).


Watching Marchand make that "ole!" play and then skate to the bench for a horrible change warms the cockles of my heart.

posted by tahoemoj at 08:07 PM on June 13, 2019

Fan Who Shoved Raptors Player is a Warriors Owner

I, for one, am shocked SHOCKED I TELL YOU to see a Silicon Valley venture capitalist/tech bro behaving in such an entitled manner.

And although the "shove" was closer to a "nudge," I understand the whole "you purposefully make contact with a player, you're out" policy. There really isn't room for discretion there.

posted by tahoemoj at 07:34 PM on June 06, 2019

SportsFilter: The Monday Huddle

How much of this is due to the somewhat lopsided pairings in the early rounds of the playoffs. 1 vs 8 and 2 vs 7 might be considered mismatches.

I certainly think that parity comes into play in this instance, as well. An 8 vs. 1 matchup in the NBA is virtually a predetermined outcome. In the NHL, not so much.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:45 PM on June 05, 2019

Pirates broadcaster complains about Reds player and goes too far.

Do the Pirates have anyone in an announcing booth who isn't a full of shit curmudgeon?

posted by tahoemoj at 01:42 PM on June 05, 2019

SportsFilter: The Monday Huddle

I realize that I forgot to link the BR article in the last post. Instead, how about some more thorough statistical analysis from FiveThirtyEight?

posted by tahoemoj at 04:18 PM on June 04, 2019

SportsFilter: The Monday Huddle

and on a face off the visitor must put his stick down first.

Not since 2015, actually. Rule 76.4 was changed for the 2015 season, and now reads:

"At the eight face-off spots (excluding center ice face-off spot), the defending player shall place his stick within the designated white area first followed immediately by the attacking player. When the face-off is conducted at the center ice face-off spot, the visiting player shall place his stick on the ice first."

So that element of home-ice has been negated.

I'm a bit lazy to look up raw statistics, but this Bleacher Report article from 2013 (I know, questionable source) indicates that, in the playoffs at least, the NBA has the highest home-field advantage with the home team winning at a better than 60% clip.

posted by tahoemoj at 12:30 PM on June 04, 2019

Pirates broadcaster complains about Reds player and goes too far.

What a fucking maroon. I'd never begrudge a man's right to be a curmudgeon. Hell, I plan to be a crotchety old man until I'm a dead old man. But thee's a special sort of irony where a man who is trying to criticize someone for being arrogant has the unmitigated arrogance to claim to speak on behalf of the other man's dead grandfather.

I hope Deitrich smokes three more dingers the next time he faces the Pirates.

posted by tahoemoj at 03:41 PM on May 30, 2019

Bruins Take Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

Sorry for post #2, I'm on my phone: Rule 42 of the NHL rulebook dictates that charging "shall mean the actions of a player or goalkeeper who, as a result of distance traveled, shall violently check an opponent in any manner.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:21 PM on May 28, 2019

Bruins Take Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

1. Absolutely agree that Perron should have been called for mugging Krug.

2. You don't have to leave your feet or target the head for it to be charging. I don't know about gliding' the last few feet before he made the hit; he was at pretty much full speed either way.

3. I'm not complaining about the non-call, either. I loved it. I was just sincerely surprised that it was let go.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:19 PM on May 28, 2019

Bruins Take Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

I can't believe Krug wasn't called for charging there. At first, I thought the collision was unintentional, with both players racing to the puck. But then NBC cut back to the original skirmish in front of the net where Krug lost his helmet, and it was obvious that he skated the length of the ice just to lay that smack down.

posted by tahoemoj at 01:58 PM on May 28, 2019

Bill Buckner, All-Star slugger best known for his '86 World Series error, is dead at 69

Whoever said that can go to hell

I hereby second that damnation. It's really sad that so many couldn't keep what happened in perspective. Was Buckner a great hitter for seemingly all of my youth? Yep. Was he a class act and a great representative of the organization? Yep. Do the Sox make the WS without him? Arguably no. Could they have recovered and won game 7? Yep. But by all means, punish the guy until he dies.

posted by tahoemoj at 11:42 AM on May 28, 2019

NHL Playoff Pick 'Em: Stanley Cup Final

My picks:

Bruins in 5
Top goals: Bergeron
Top assists: Pastrnak
Top goalie (save %): Tuuka Rask
Conn Smythe winner: Rask
Top penalty minutes: McAvoy
Game 1 winner: Bruins
Team giving up 0 goals: Bruins

Tiebreaker: 26

posted by tahoemoj at 06:53 PM on May 27, 2019