Too much chicken parmesan left Jean-Gabriel Pageau feeling a little full before Saturday's matinee against the New York Rangers. Victory gave Ottawa a 2-0 series lead in the playoffs for only the second time in team history and first since the 2007 Eastern Conference final against Buffalo. Not only did Pageau end Game 2, he made sure it got to overtime in the first place by scoring twice in the final three-plus minutes of regulation to knot the score at five.
The New Jersey Devils were the big winners of Saturday's NHL Draft Lottery moving up from No. 5 to earn the top selection in June's NHL Draft, much to the surprise of general manager Ray Shero. The Devils, who finished 27th overall this season with a 28-40-4 record, had an 8.5 per cent chance of winning the lottery. "You know what your odds are, it happens real quickly," said Shero.
The Buffalo Bills had the number 10 pick overall going into the draft. Once they were on the clock at number 10, they traded the pick away to the Kansas City Chiefs who picked quarterback Patrick Mahomes out of Texas Tech. For the number 10 pick, Buffalo received the number 27 pick, the Chiefs 3rd […] The post The Buffalo Bills trade back, draft cornerback Tre’Davious White number 27 overall appeared first on Cover32.