The Eagles led the league in quality touchdown celebrations this season. But they didn’t give us a single dang choreographed celebration in their thrilling win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
That’s not too far off from the This is Us regular 9 p.m. ET broadcast slot. But if you’re hoping to get to bed early, you might want to set your DVR to cover everything from 10 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., just in case.
Tampa goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy, who got the night off against the Senators, has won eight of his past 11 starts. He has given up two or fewer goals in 28 of his 49 starts this season. He leads the league with seven shutouts this season to tie the franchise record (six of them on the road), set by Nikolai Khabibulin in 2001-02.
The Lightning had a 4-1 lead against the Senators and hung on to win. Tampa coach Jon Cooper will be looking for a little bit more of a killer instinct against the Canadiens.
We’re just at that time of the year, especially when the teams are right on our heels, that we’ve be got to be a little bit more responsible, Cooper told NHL.com. For a large part of the year, we were doing that. For whatever reason, we’ve taken our foot off the gas in that regard.
The pre-Super Bowl interview has become a tradition over recent years. It originated with George W. Bush. Barack Obama carried it on starting in 2009, and he did one each year of his presidency.
Basketball commentator Charles Barkley joked during the TNT halftime show that he needed a cigarette after Fergie’s performance.
Former Lakers star Shaquille O’Neal leaped to Fergie’s defense, saying: Fergie, I love you. It was different. It was sexy. I liked it. Leave her alone.
Others on social media weren’t as kind, with criticism of the performance outpacing the positive reviews.
On Sunday, he couldn’t tap into that magic once more to get his Patriots a sixth Lombardi Trophy.