The Stanley Cup Finals begin in just a few days. Who has the early edge in the race for the Conn Smythe Trophy for the Finals most valuable player?
The Washington Capitals jumped out to an early 2-0 series lead but were forced to win in game six to force a game seven against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Heading into the showdown, who is the Capitals X-factor?
The Tampa Bay Lightning and Washington Capitals are set to square off in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals. Who is the Lightning's X-Factor with a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals on the line?
The Vegas Golden Knights magical season continues as they are set to square off against the Winnipeg Jets with the winner set to represent the Western Conference in the Stanley Cup Finals. Here is the preview.
The Eastern Conference Finals is set and this year, it will feature the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning took care of the Boston Bruins in five games in their quarterfinals series; whereas Washington took care of the two time defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Nashville Predators are looking to return to the Western Conference finals. However, the Winnipeg Jets are looking to continue their success IN Nashville and knock off the President's Trophy winners.
The Boston Bruins 6-2 win in game one over the Lightning seems like a distant memory now. The Bruins have now dropped three straight, including an overtime heartbreaker in game four and are teetering on the brink of elimination. Now, they must win three straight—including TWO in Tampa.
The Nashville Predators will look to get one step closer to returning to the Stanley Cup Finals after eliminating the Avalanche in the first round. Now, they must battle the immensely talented Winnipeg Jets starting on Friday.
The Vegas Golden Knights and the San Jose Sharks have been waiting patiently to get back into playoff action. Vegas completed its sweep of the Los Angeles Kings on April 17. A day later, San Jose ousted the Anaheim Ducks. Since then, both teams...
The second-round of the Stanley Cup playoffs are set to begin as the two-time defending champion, Pittsburgh Penguins will meet the Washington Capitals for the third consecutive season.
As the Washington Capitals enter the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs, they are looking strong as ever. While they have enjoyed some postseason success in recent years, the league's top prize has continued to elude them. The Capitals sincerely hope that this is THE year...
As the Vegas Golden Knights prepare for their inaugural playoff series, their opponents, the Los Angeles Kings, find themselves in familiar territory. The expansion team (Golden Knights) are heading into uncharted waters for its first-ever playoff experience. Meanwhile, the 2012 and 2014 Cup champs...
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