In the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, no series lead is ever safe. Well, at the very least, tell that to the three teams facing elimination on Saturday. Th New York Islanders, Nashville Predators and Vancouver Canucks are all on the brink...Show More Summary
With the series tied 2-2, the St. Louis Blues host the Minnesota Wild at Scottrade Center in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs.
A big win at home will send the New York Rangers to the next round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs as they host the Pittsburgh Penguins.
After extending the series and avoiding a sweep, the Ottawa Senators will try to get a win on the road when they face the Montreal Canadiens in the Game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. The match is on April 24, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET.
The New York Rangers will try to stay out of their own way as they face the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of their first-round NHL Stanley Cup Playoff series on Wednesday. After a tidy 2-1 win in Game 3, a New York victory tonight would...Show More Summary
The 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs are getting more and more exclusive with every arena-shaking goal and bone-crunching hit. The 16 teams that have made it this far don't look intent on giving up their chances of hoisting the Stanley Cup, as even the series currently at 3-0 have included dramatic comebacks and bad-blooded feuds. Show More Summary
Whether one craves down-to-the-wire drama and epic comebacks or the simple upset, the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs have already delivered heading into the postseason's first weekend. Although half of the series are already headed toward...Show More Summary
Has everybody caught his breath yet from an all-systems-go start to the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs? As if there were any doubt, the postseason started in epic fashion and has already taken viewers by surprise despite being just one game into each series. Show More Summary
The April showers and May flowers are overrated—it's the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs that makes this time of year special, and the 2015 edition is finally here. The postseason has begun in style already with four exciting games Wednesday, but the puck doesn't drop for eight of the 16 teams until Thursday night. Show More Summary
As we get ready for the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs to begin, NBC Sports will once again have the rights to all of the games. And similarly to how CBS/Turner handle the early rounds of the NCAA Tournament, NBC will utilize multiple networks...Show More Summary
Unlike in the NBA, where a seven-game series typically allows the better regular-season team to emerge victorious, the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs are as unpredictable as any team sporting event. A team seeded sixth or worse has made the...Show More Summary
The Stanley Cup playoffs are on the horizon, meaning it's time for Jimmy Fallon's writers to go in on the most interesting faces you'll see in the postseason. Fallon unveiled the latest round of Tonight Show awards Thursday night with a round of NHL superlatives. Show More Summary
For old school NHL fans, there’s fond memories of watching games on USA Network. In the first half of the 1980’s, USA Network was home to the NHL and it also had the rights to MLB in the early part of the decade as well as the NBA, PGA Tour and the Masters. The NHL […] The post NHL Stanley Cup Playoff games to air on USA Network appeared first on Awful Announcing.
The defending NHL Stanley Cup champions Los Angeles Kings welcome the Montreal Canadiens as they meet at Staples Center.
We are a little more than halfway through the NHL's regular season and the playoff hopes for 17 of the league's 30 teams have already been decided and the postseason field for the Eastern Conference is already nearly set. Using a system...Show More Summary
It all started with this tweet during the 1st round of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs after the Los Angeles Kings beat the Vancouver Canucks. That tweet made the Los Angeles Kings twitter account a must-follow and it has continued to be that way for two years. Throughout that time, we never knew who […]
The New York Rangers will play the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5 of their NHL Stanley Cup 2014 series on Friday, with the Rangers looking to drag the series into a Game 6. However, to do so they will have to claim a win on the road at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
The Los Angeles Kings were just a few inches away from taking Game 4 of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final into overtime. It would have been the third time in four games that the Kings staged a miraculous comeback in regulation. But with...Show More Summary
Matt Bomer and his White Collar co-star Tim DeKay pose in a booth at game four of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (June 11) in New York City. The actors were also joined at the game by Eric Stonestreet, Michael J. Fox, David Duchovny, and many more, including [...]
The Los Angeles Kings will play the New York Rangers in Game 4 of their NHL Stanley Cup 2014 series on Wednesday night. It's already win-or-go-home time for the Rangers. After throwing away good winning positions in both Games 1 and 2, they were soundly beaten by the Kings in Game 3. Show More Summary