Since the playoffs are here for the NHL writers we decided that this week’s Tune In Tuesday would revolve around songs associated with the Playoffs.Specifically the goal songs for each team currently in the 2011-2012 Playoffs.
1. New York Rangers
Every time Prust, Callahan and Dubinsky light the lamp at the Madison Square Garden, fans cheer along with this lovely rendition.
For the boys that play at the Garden in Boston.
3. Florida Panthers
The boys from the South.
When the Penguins actually manage to score some goals they hear this song.
5. Philadelphia Flyers
Hey Flyers fans, you’ve been hearing a lot of this music, right?
6. New Jersey Devils
For the little balls of hate, er, I mean the Devils
Satan plays this songs in celebration.
For those rare occasions when Ovechkin scores against the Bruins at the Verizon Center.
8. Ottawa Senators
On the off chance that the Senators come out on top of the New York Rangers and muster a shot past MMM Henrik Lundvquist, this is what you get to dance along to.
9. Vancouver Canucks
Oh hey, you know that team that leads the League, the Presidents Trophy winners, that are LOSING their series 3-0, yeah, they like to imagine hearing this song.
10. St. Louis Blues
This would be Ann’s favorite song from You’re My Boys Blues.
Our Senior NHL Editor Kat most likely has this as her alarm in the morning as she like to Run on Duncan every morning, what better way to get started than with the goal horn?
12. Phoenix Coyotes
This one is a goal horn you don’t hear too often, coming from the Phoenix Coyotes.
13. Detroit Red Wings
One of the most dominant teams on the West Coast, every time Pavel Datsyuk does his handy dandy stick work, this song is sure to follow.
14. Nashville Predators
Oddly enough, this isn’t a Carrie Underwood song, weird.
15. San Jose Sharks
Through every overtime win in San Jose you can bet to go home with this tune in your head.
16. LA Kings
Dustin Brown strives to hear this every night, followed by his name being announced.
So ladies and gentlemen, which goal song do YOU want to celebrate with the Stanley Cup?