Let's have a look at the 2021 NHL postseason picks.
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Article posted on Friday 18 June - 09:43 EDT
Let's have a look at the NHL Playoffs picks for today.
It's been said that there is no tougher trophy to win in professional sports than the Stanley Cup. Each spring, 16 of the NHL's 31 teams are left standing and set off in pursuit of the coveted Lord Stanley's mug. In 1893, Lord Stanley of Preston, then Governor-General of Canada, donated a cup to be presented to the champions of hockey. It's been the sole property of the NHL since 1926.
A series that many suspected would end in four games will go a minimum of six as the Washington Capitals host the Toronto Maple Leafs in what is sure to be another entertaining matchup on Friday. The Caps can inch closer to a series victory but the Leafs are determined to come out on top.
The Washington Capitals aren’t pressing the panic button just yet, but the Maple Leafs are certainly making it hard on the Presidents’ Trophy winners. The two will meet in Game 4 on Wednesday night as the Leafs can take full control of the best-of-seven series.
Can the Toronto Maple Leafs prove their Game 2 double-overtime victory against the Washing Capitals wasn’t a fluke? The club will get that chance on Monday night when it hosts the Presidents’ Trophy winners at the Air Canada Centre.
The first three nights of NHL playoffs has featured some exciting finishes, many of which needed overtime. Expect much of the same on Saturday with a handful of mouth-watering matchups, including the Chicago Blackhawks taking on the Nashville Predators.
It’s a battle of David versus Goliath as the Presidents’ Trophy winning Washington Capitals prepare to face the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final on Thursday.
The NHL playoffs have finally arrived and with it brings five mouth-watering matchups set for Wednesday night. Kicking things off are the Bruins and Senators, who have never met in the playoffs before, but are sure to produce a compelling best-of-seven series.
Article posted on Tuesday 11 April
It’s amazing the difference one year makes. The Oilers found themselves dead last in the Western Conference a year ago. Fast forward to 2017 and Edmonton enters the first round of the playoffs with home-ice advantage against the San Jose Sharks.