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Stanley Cup Run

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Athletes in Motion
April 11, 2018
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Ladies and gentlemen, it's that time of year again. The NHL playoffs begin tonight and we couldn't be more excited. Why? Because as the great Gordie Howe said; "All hockey players are bilingual. They know English and profanity." We love that last part a little too much sometimes (is that even a thing).As proud sponsors of the Las Vegas Golden Knights and the New Jersey Devils, Grunt Style looks forward to our two teams making it far in the playoffs.The Las Vegas Golden Knights, who play tonight at 9 p.m. are set to face off against the Los Angeles Kings in the T-Mobile arena. For a first-year team, the Golden Knights have set a record for the most wins by an expansion team in their inaugural season. Thirty-four wins in only fifty games. Winning their division, they hold a regular season record of 4-0 over the Los Angeles Kings, so expect them to come out on top in this series.[caption id="attachment_17262" align="alignnone" width="750"]

NHL Playoffs

(AP Photo/John Locher)[/caption]The New Jersey Devils and Kyle Palmieri hold a 3-0 regular season matchup advantage over their opponents the Tampa Bay Lightning, who they'll be playing tomorrow night in Tampa Bay at 7 P.M. Despite the record New Jersey has against Tampa Bay, the Lightning are coming in as the favorites for this series. With a potent offense and strong defense, it may be too much to ask to get the Devils to rack up four wins against the powerhouse.

NHL Playoffs

All things considered, it's going to be one wild and crazy playoff series for both teams. New Jersey may just upset the favorites and number one seeded Lightning, and the Vegas Golden Knights may continue on their historical inaugural season, possibly even winning the Stanley Cup.Our hope is that both teams make it all the way to the finals, that way there is a Grunt Style NHL Champion no matter who wins.

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