How to get the best of the NHL’s playoff games on your television set
The best part of the Stanley Cup playoffs are the playoff games.
They’re the ones that really show the best and worst of the season, the most entertaining matchups, and the biggest games.
The best of them are on the big screens, where you can see the best hockey action live and in real time.
That’s where we come in.
If you’re interested in the Stanley cup playoffs, you can watch them online or on your TV.
We’ll go through the best games in a video series that we’re calling “The Best of the Playoffs.”
So, in the spirit of our playoffs, here’s our list of the top five Stanley Cup playoff games of the past six years.
Here’s what to watch on television: The most recent Stanley Cup Playoffs (2013-14) in the United States This is the best game we saw in 2013-14.
It was the second straight year that the Flyers beat the Kings.
The two teams battled in the first round, but the Flyers won 3-2 in overtime, and then they beat the Bruins 3-1 in the second round.
This was the first time the Flyers had beaten the Bruins in the postseason since 1997.
The Flyers lost in seven games, including a 3-0 loss to the Rangers.
The Blackhawks and Devils are tied with four straight victories.
The Penguins and Blues have two games in hand.
The Sabres and Kings are tied for the most victories.
New York Islanders (2016-17) at Buffalo Sabres (2016) at New York Rangers (2017) at Pittsburgh Penguins (2018) at Boston Bruins (2019) at Chicago Blackhawks (2020) at Detroit Red Wings (2021) at Philadelphia Flyers (2022) at Toronto Maple Leafs (2023) at Anaheim Ducks (2024) at St. Louis Blues (2025) at Carolina Hurricanes (2026) at Florida Panthers (2027) at Nashville Predators (2028) at Winnipeg Jets (2029) at Montreal Canadiens (2030) at Arizona Coyotes (2031) at San Jose Sharks (2032) at Washington Capitals (2033) at Columbus Blue Jackets (2034) at Minnesota Wild (2035) at Calgary Flames (2036) at Los Angeles Kings (2037) at Dallas Stars (2038) at Vancouver Canucks (2039) at Edmonton Oilers (2040) at Colorado Avalanche (2041) at Vegas Golden Knights (2042) at Ottawa Senators (2043) at Tampa Bay Lightning (2044) at Quebec Nordiques (2045) at Atlanta Thrashers (2046) at Portland Pirates (2047) at Phoenix Coyotes ( 2048) at Texas Stars ( 2049) at California Wild (2020-21) vs. Boston Bruins: The Flyers beat Boston 4-1, but lost in the conference finals.
This is also the first year the Flyers lost a game to the Bruins since 2013.
The Kings defeated the Flyers 5-1 on Tuesday, and that was the game in which the Flyers were swept in the series.
The Islanders defeated the Bruins 5-0 in the Western Conference final.
The Devils defeated the Islanders 4-0 on Tuesday night.
The Capitals defeated the Rangers 5-2 on Tuesday.
The Senators defeated the Sabres 5-3 on Tuesday after a 1-0 shootout win in the shootout.
The Blue Jackets defeated the Canadiens 5-4 on Tuesday and the Kings beat the Rangers 3-4 in overtime.
The Canucks beat the Devils 5-5 in overtime on Tuesday (the third time this season the Canucks have beaten the Devils in OT).
The Flyers defeated the Blackhawks 5-6 in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Rangers defeated the Kings 4-2.
The Bruins defeated the Hurricanes 5-7 in the West finals.
Here are the best teams in the NHL this season.
New Jersey Devils (18-4-0, 58 points) at London Knights (19-3-0; 54 points) @ London Knights: This was a rematch of the Islanders’ 2-1 overtime win on April 7.
The Hurricanes scored the winning goal on a shorthanded power play.
Here is what you need to know about this matchup.
The Isles are the only team in the Atlantic Division to finish with a winning percentage over .500 (the Rangers, Panthers, and Devils).
They have won six straight games over the Kings and are 4-5-0 against them.
New England has scored at least 40 goals in six of the last seven meetings.
They are 4 for 8 on the power play in that span.
The Knights, on the other hand, have scored at or under 40 goals three times in their last five games.
Buffalo Sabres (-6-6-1; 59 points) vs