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Much like their arch nemesis, the postman, dogs will trudge through all sorts of conditions to complete a task, even if that task is just completing a round of fetch. The golden retriever in this clip was treated to some time on the center ice of Washington, D.C.’s Verizon Center on Saturday, before the game between the Capitals and the Coyotes began. When the dog wants to play catch with the puck on the ice at Verizon Center, you play catch with the dog on the ice at Verizon Center.
Since we’re down to the final moments of postseason life for teams in contention, Puck Daddy solemnly begins a daily countdown to annihilation. The Central Division has a little playoff mystery now, as we wonder who will play the Minnesota Wild in the first round and who will be in the wild card to face either the Chicago Blackhawks or the Pacific winner, given that the Pacific currently has more intense drama than Michelle Williams’s IMDB page. On Monday, you have the Nashville Predators, currently third in the Central, playing at the New York Islanders.
Artem Anisimov doesn’t have Patrick Kane’s hands, or Artemi Panarin’s shot, or Duncan Keith’s speed, or Marian Hossa’s strength, or Jonathan Toews’ tenacity. But he is skilled. He does have a good shot. He can be quick. He is strong on the puck. He is tenacious at the net. Anisimov might not be “the best” at anything on the Blackhawks roster, so he doesn’t garner the attention that his higher-profile teammates do. But he’s good at just about everything. And his absence is proving just how valuable he is. Anisimov’s leg injury, suffered March 14 in Montreal, has had a ripple effect throughout the Hawks lineup. Remove that linchpin from the second-line center spot, and all of a sudden the four-line