Top Left Header
Arrow Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins St. Louis Blues San Jose Sharks Tampa Bay Ligthning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitas Winnipeg Jets
(Logo Source:
If the NHL Playoffs started today...
By Chris Savard

If the NHL Playoffs started today...
By Chris Savard

Stoney Point - Mar. 14, 2015 - If the 2014-15 NHL Playoffs started today, there would be some pretty interesting match-ups. Five of the six Original Six teams would have a ticket to the dance - while Leafs Nation will be focused on the lottery. The playoffs will also see three Canadian teams competing for Lord Stanley's cup.

The Nashville Predators have had a great season under Head Coach Peter Laviolette. Their reward is drawing the Chicago Blackhawks in round one. The defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will be in tough against the Anaheim Ducks. Nice to see Bob Hartley bring the Calgary Flames into the post-season and today their opponent would be the Vancouver Canucks. The St. Louis Blues and Minnesota Wild round out the Western Conference.

Over in the East, the Montreal Canadiens would draw original six rivals the Boston Bruins. Steven Stamkos will look to lead Steve Yzerman's Tampa Bay Lightning over the Detroit Red Wings. John Tavares and Sidney Crosby would go head-to-head in the New York Islanders, Pittsburgh Penguins series. The final series is also intriguing pitting the New York Rangers against the Washington Capitals.

These pairings will change game by game over the next month, but it is shaping up to be a great playoff year. will once again be running our annual Playoff Pool - stay tuned!

Read the rest of story on HERE


Luongo announces retirement after 19 seasons
Wyatt Johnston commits to Spitfires
Submitted Photo
Hall says contract shouldn
Blackhawks announce Crawford as Assistant Coach


Title - Story Count
3,389 Hockey Stories so far,
and Growing Daily!
Luongo announces retirement after 19 seasons

Write for

Title - Top Ten Scorers
86 Kucherov, Nikita 821281.56
97 McDavid, Connor 781161.49
88 Kane, Patrick 811101.36
29 Draisaitl, Leon 821051.28
87 Crosby, Sidney 791001.27
63 Marchand, Brad 791001.27
13 Gaudreau, Johnny 82991.21
29 MacKinnon, Nathan 82991.21
91 Stamkos, Steven 82981.20
16 Barkov, Aleksander 82961.17
Stat Database Last Updated:
Aug. 24, 2019 @ 9:36 AM EDT

Twitter Header