Read: What June 17th 2013 Would Be Like If The Season Started On Time

At CBC, Elliotte Friedman looks at the NHL schedule and goes through the important dates, if the season started on time, and projected out how he thinks they would turn out.

June 17: Conn Smythe Trophy winner Henrik Lundqvist makes a huge last-second save on Daniel Sedin to preserve the Rangers’ second Stanley Cup victory since 1940.

Madison Square Garden is the scene of the craziest post-game celebration ever. Fans hand beer to players over the glass, Tortorella brings his beloved dogs on-ice to skate with the Cup and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg makes a citizen’s arrest when Glen Sather lights a victory cigar in smoke-free Manhattan.

Not a bad double for the business of the sport to have Los Angeles and New York win the Stanley Cup in back-to-back seasons. Good thing the owners and players were able to avoid a lockout.