Some say The Masters is a tradition unlike any other.
The Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins 2-1 in Game 6 Tuesday night in Montreal, scoring both goals with a two-man advantage.
One of the best traditions during the Stanley Cup Playoffs is seeing the opposing teams line up to shake hands at the end of a series.
The Ducks may have blown a 3-2 lead and lost to the Predators in overtime 4-3, but at least they had the best highlight of the postseason.
In case you didn’t know how intense the rivalry was between the Bruins and Canadiens, that video should tell you.
Vancouver Canucks winger Raffi Torres had just returned from a four-game suspension for hitting Edmonton’s Jordan Eberle when he got into more trouble for another hit.
The Detroit Red Wings beat the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 Saturday to go up 2-0 on Phoenix, but their series advantage is not what people are talking about.
The MLB would never stop Boston Red Sox fans from singing Sweet Caroline in the 7th inning at Fenway Park.