NHL Week in Review (April 22-28)

When the NHL re-organized they made a big change to the playoff format that was meant to grow the game but instead it has forced some matchups to happen earlier than expected.

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NHL Week in Review (May 3-9)

The second round of the NHL playoffs have been quite different from the first round as the games may have started to take their toll.

NHL Week in Review (May 11-17)

Another round is in the books for the NHL playoffs and four teams remain taking one step closer to the ultimate prize. In the east there was plenty of surprise with the Pittsburgh Penguins falling to the New York Rangers thanks in large part to Henrik Lundqvist. The surprise would not stop there though as the team many believed to be the Stanley Cup favourites in the Boston Bruins would fall to their longtime rivals. The Montreal Canadiens would take the win in the series and find themselves paired with the Rangers for the third round in a matchup of two underdogs with only one coming out on top.

NHL Week in Review (April 27-May 3)

The second round of the NHL playoffs are here with the 16 team pool cut down to only 8 remaining teams. The first round would be a thriller as a number of series would go down to the wire after a number of great game 7s. The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens would be the two teams that would not make the competition close as Montreal would advance in 4 games while Boston would do it in 5.

NHL Week in Review (April 29-May 5)

The NHL has entered their second round of the NHL playoffs after a very eventful first round as eight teams still have the chance to win the Stanley Cup. After a first round that saw the rough and tumble side of the sport come out the second round has been somewhat more calm. The fights and all out brawls have ended and the other sides of the game have come to light.

NHL Week in Review (April 22-28)

The NHL playoffs have been a wild ride this year and with round 1 complete it is time to take a look back at what happened. It was a fast and furious month in the first round with surprises seeming to come out every day. There was skill and amazing goals and also some gritty play that bordered on, and sometimes crossed, the line of illegal.

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