The Stanley Cup final is almost here. Before the first puck drops between the Vegas Golden Knights and Washington Capitals, find out the schedule, how to watch and more need-to-know info!
Ouch. After watching Tom Wilson drive his shoulder into Zach Aston-Reese’s jaw, no wonder the Washington Capitals player was suspended. As he serves his punishment, get all the details on Tom.
Drop the puck! The 2018 NHL playoffs are just around the corner. As 16 teams fight for the Stanley Cup, find out who’s playing, how to watch, and all the rest need-to-know info.
After securing their first win in the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals, the Nashville Predators look to even things up when they face the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 on June 5. The puck drops around 8:00 PM ET so tune in to see what happens.
It might be all over for the Anaheim Ducks. If they lose Game 6 to the Nashville Predators on May 22, their Stanley Cup dreams will go up in smoke! The puck drops around 8:00 PM ET so hockey fans better not miss this game.
The Ottawa Senators drew first blood in the NHL Easter Conference Finals, taking the first game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Pens look to even things up in Game 2 on May 15, so tune in when the puck drops around 8:00 PM ET.
Here we go! The NHL playoffs series between the Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers heads back above the border for Game 6 on May 7. It’s do or die time so don’t miss it when the puck drops around 7:00 PM ET.
Where’s Emilio Estevez when you need him? The Anaheim Ducks look to even up their NHL Playoff series with the Edmonton Oilers on May 3. The puck drops around 10:00 PM ET so don’t miss a second!
The New York Rangers need to come alive in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoff series against the Ottawa Senators or they’ll inch closer to elimination! This May 2 game is going to be hot so tune at 7:00 PM ET to see what goes down.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have a 2-0 lead over the Washington Capitals. Will they push the Caps closer to elimination when they play Game 3 on May 1? The puck’s set to drop around 7:30 PM ET so tune in to watch!
Get ready, hockey fans. The Edmonton Oilers struck first, beating the Anaheim Ducks in the first meeting in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Game 2 is going to be wild, so don’t miss it when the puck hits the ice around 10:30 PM ET.
Grab your sweater and get ready to hit the ice! The 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs are about to kick off, with the best teams in the NHL battling for glory. Find out when the first round kicks off and all the need-to-know info!
The Penguins are the Stanley Cup champs after defeating the San Jose Sharks 3-1 in another thrilling game, in what has been an incredible Stanley Cup Final Series. Their fans have been celebrating on Twitter, and it’s fair to say they couldn’t be happier! Check out these awesome tweets!
What an epic night to be an NHL fan in Pittsburgh! The Penguins Fans had a lot to cheer and tweet about after this huge Stanley Cup win for the Penguins. The San Jose Sharks gave it their all, but in the end it wasn’t enough. ThePenguins scored in the quarter first, and despite being pegged back they ran out 3-1 winners. Their fans are overjoyed on Twitter — read some of these great tweets!
Congratulations Pittsburgh hockey fans! The Penguins are the 2016 Stanley Cup Champions after winning game 6 and beating the the San Jose Sharks in the NHL Finals playoffs 3-1. Bravo, boys!
The Stanley Cup has been hoisted in the air by the new champions on ice, the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins defeated the San Jose Sharks 3-1 during game 6 in San Jose to win the Stanley Cup. With suffocating defense and crushing offense the Penguins proved they are the best hockey team this year. Atta boy champs!
#Victory! The Chicago Blackhawks are officially the 2015 Stanley Cup champions after defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the NHL Finals on June 16, 2-0. Congrats, guys!
The Chicago Blackhawks had their eye on the prize, as proven when defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals on June 15. As the Blackhawks and Lightning went head to head in the sixth game on the Blackhawks’ stomping ground, they destroyed the Lightning as they fought for their victory — and claimed the coveted Stanley Cup.
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