Everything you need to know for the 2021 NHL Playoffs
After getting off to a slow start in the Stanley Cup semifinals, the Tampa Bay Lightning are on a roll. And it's because of their stellar defense and the terrific play of goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy
We're down to the NHL's final four, as the Golden Knights dispatched the Avalanche in Game 6 Thursday. Get caught up on everything here.
The 2021 NHL playoffs are approaching their pinnacle, as the Stanley Cup Final is only a few games away. There will be no conference champions crowned this year, as the divisional playoff realignment has changed the dynamic of the postseason
With no second-round series going the full seven games, there wasn't any Stanley Cup playoff action Friday and Saturday. But things are about to pick back up Sunday, and the stakes will be even larger
The Tampa Bay Lightning are looking to win the Stanley Cup for the second straight season. The other three teams remaining in the playoffs? They're each trying to prevent that from happening
The Vegas Golden Knights could have faced a 3-0 deficit. Instead, they are right back in their second-round series against the Colorado Avalanche after Friday night
The Capitals might be out of the running, but Stanley Cup playoff dreams are still alive for these former Caps.
In their first three seasons as an NHL franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights were a perennial postseason contender. They reached the Stanley Cup Final in 2018, their inaugural season, and made the playoffs every year thereafter
We're down to four teams as the defending champion Lightning, Islanders, Canadiens and Golden Knights vie for the richest prize in professional hockey
The Stanley Cup playoffs field is down to four. One team from this quartet will soon be celebrating a championship to end the 2020-21 season. None of the four No. 1 seeds are still in the playoffs
The NHL received approval from the Canadian government to allow for cross-border travel for the final two rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs as needed, the league announced Sunday. With strict coronavirus travel restrictions and health protocols, Canadian NHL teams have only played within their own division