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2019 NHL Playoffs bracket: Blues win first Stanley Cup after Game 7 rout of Bruins

The Stanley Cup Playoffs came to a stunning finish on Thursday night with the St. Louis Blues routing the Boston Bruins -- in Boston, no less -- for their first-ever Stanley Cup championship.

It was a wild ride up until this moment, so be sure to relive the entire 2019 NHL postseason picture right here with a look at the bracket and how it unfolded.

Stay with CBS Sports for additional Stanley Cup Final analysis, and check out CBS Sports HQ for even more on the Blues' big win.

Stanley Cup Final schedule

St. Louis Blues defeat Boston Bruins, 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7

Conference Final results

Western Conference Final

St. Louis Blues beat San Jose Sharks 4-2
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6
Analysis: How the Blues ended the Sharks charmed run

Eastern Conference Final

Boston Bruins sweep Carolina Hurricanes 4-0
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4
Analysis: How the Bruins made short work of the Hurricanes

Second round results

Eastern Conference

Boston Bruins beat Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-2
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6
Analysis: How the Bruins knocked out the the Blue Jackets

Carolina Hurricanes sweep New York Islanders 4-0
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4
Analysis: Here's what went wrong for the Islanders in the Hurricanes' sweep

Western Conference

St. Louis Blues beat Dallas Stars, 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7

San Jose Sharks beat Colorado Avalanche, 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7

Opening round results


Eastern Conference

Columbus Blue Jackets sweep Tampa Bay Lightning, 4-0
Recaps: Game 1 |  Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4
Analysis: Five things that went wrong for Tampa Bay

Boston Bruins beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7
Analysis: Breaking down how the Bruins beat Toronto again

New York Islanders sweep Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-0
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4
Analysis: How the Islanders defense stopped the Penguins stars

Carolina Hurricanes beat Washington Capitals 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7
Analysis: How the resilient Hurricanes took down the champs

Western Conference

Colorado Avalanche beat Calgary Flames, 4-1
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5
Analysis: How the Avalanche were able to upset the Flames

San Jose Sharks beat Vegas Golden Knights, 4-3
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6 | Game 7
Analysis: How the Sharks beat the Golden Knights

Dallas Stars beat Nashville Predators, 4-2
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3 | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6
Analysis: What went wrong for the Predators

St. Louis Blues beat Winnipeg Jets, 4-2
Recaps: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3  | Game 4 | Game 5 | Game 6
Analysis: How the Blues beat the Jets

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Playoff preview

The St. Louis Blues made it back in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in 49 years, and after stunning a Boston Bruins team in Game 7 on the road, the Blues have their first championship in 52 years as a franchise.

Stanley Cup Final schedule

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Monday, May 27

Game 1: Boston 4, St. Louis 2

Wednesday, May 29

Game 2: St. Louis 3, Boston 2 (OT)

Saturday, June 1

Game 3: Boston 7, St. Louis 2

Monday, June 3

Game 4: St. Louis 4, Boston 2

Thursday, June 6

Game 5: St. Louis 2, Boston 1

Sunday, June 9

Game 6: Boston 5, St. Louis 1

Wednesday, June 12

Game 7: St. Louis 4, Boston 1

The defending champion Washington Capitals will begin their title defense as the Metropolitan Division champion, facing off against the wild card Carolina Hurricanes in an Eastern Conference first-round matchup. Alex Ovechkin, the NHL’s leading goal scorer with his eighth 50-goal campaign, was a man possessed in last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, scoring 15 goals in 24 games.

Last year’s playoff darlings, the expansion Vegas Golden Knights, this year are the third seed from the Pacific Division, after advancing to the Stanley Cup Final in 2018, their first season.

Eight teams in each conference make the playoffs, and will battle in best-of-seven series to determine champs from both the East and West. The top three finishers from each divisions qualify for the playoffs, as well as the best two record in each conference outside of that group as wild cards. Higher-seeded teams get home ice advantage regardless of record. All series, including the Stanley Cup Final, are in 2-2-1-1-1 format.

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

  1. Tampa Bay Lightning (128 points)
  2. Boston Bruins (107 points)
  3. Toronto Maple Leafs (100 points)

Metropolitan Division

  1. Washington Capitals (104 points)
  2. New York Islanders (103 points)
  3. Pittsburgh Penguins (100 points)

Wild cards

  1. Carolina Hurricanes (99 points)
  2. Columbus Blue Jackets (98 points)

Western Conference

Pacific Division

  1. Calgary Flames (107 points)
  2. San Jose Sharks (101 points)
  3. Vegas Golden Knights (93 points)

Central Division

  1. Nashville Predators (100 points)
  2. Winnipeg Jets (99 points)
  3. St. Louis Blues (99 points)

Wild cards

  1. Dallas Stars (93 points)
  2. Colorado Avalanche (90 points)

The Stanley Cup playoffs will be televised in the U.S. across NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA, and NHL Network, and CBS, SN and TVA Sports in Canada. Online streaming is available in the U.S. through NBC Sports Live Extra and fuboTV, and in Canada by CBC.

Source: NHL.com

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First round

The Tampa Bay Lightning won the Presidents Cup with 128 points, tying an NHL record with 62 wins. They owned the top seed in the Eastern Conference but were swept away by the Columbus Blue Jackets in four games.

The Lightning weren’t the only conference top seed to get bounced in the opening round. The Calgary Flames (107 points), with the best record in the West, were eliminated by the Colorado Avalanche in five games in the first round.

In fact, all four division winners lost in the first round, with the Central Division-winning Nashville Predators falling in six games to Dallas , and the Metro champion Washington Captials falling in seven games to Carolina.

The first round gave us three Games 7, helping to make up for two sweeps and a five-game series in the conference quarterfinals.

Wednesday, April 10

Game 1: Columbus 4, Tampa Bay 3
Game 1: NY Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3 (OT)
Game 1: St. Louis 2, Winnipeg 1
Game 1: Dallas 3, Nashville 2
Game 1: San Jose 5, Vegas 2

Thursday, April 11

Game 1: Toronto 4, Boston 1
Game 1: Washington 4, Carolina 2
Game 1: Calgary 4, Colorado 0

Friday, April 12

Game 2: Columbus 5, Tampa Bay 1
Game 2: NY Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 1
Game 2: St. Louis 4, Winnipeg 3
Game 2: Vegas 5, San Jose 3

Saturday, April 13

Game 2: Washington 4, Carolina 3 (OT)
Game 2: Nashville 2, Dallas 1 (OT)
Game 2: Boston 4, Toronto 1
Game 2: Colorado 3, Calgary 2

Sunday, April 14

Game 3: NY Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 1
Game 3: Columbus 3, Tampa Bay 1
Game 3: Winnipeg 6, St. Louis 3
Game 3: Vegas 6, San Jose 3

Monday, April 15

Game 3: Toronto 3, Boston 2
Game 3: Carolina 5, Washington 0
Game 3: Nashville 3, Dallas 2
Game 3: Colorado 6, Calgary 2

Tuesday, April 16

Game 4: Columbus 7, Tampa Bay 3
Game 4: NY Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 1
Game 4: Winnipeg 2, St. Louis 1
Game 4: Vegas 5, San Jose 0

Wednesday, April 17

Game 4: Boston 6, Toronto 4
Game 4: Dallas 5, Nashville 1
Game 4: Colorado 3, Calgary 2 (OT)

Thursday, April 18

Game 4: Carolina 2, Washington 1
Game 5: St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2
Game 5: San Jose 5, Vegas 2

Friday, April 19

Game 5: Toronto 2, Boston 1
Game 5: Colorado 5, Calgary 1

Saturday, April 20

Game 5: Dallas 5, Nashville 3
Game 6: St. Louis 3, Winnipeg 2
Game 5: Washington 6, Carolina 0

Sunday, April 21

Game 6: Boston 4, Toronto 2
Game 6: San Jose 2, Vegas 1 (2 OT)

Monday, April 22

Game 6: Carolina 5, Washington 2
Game 6: Dallas 2, Nashville 1 (OT)

Tuesday, April 23

Game 7: Boston 4, Toronto 3
Game 7: San Jose 5, Vegas 4 (OT)

Wednesday, April 24

Game 7: Carolina 4, Washington 3 (2OT)

Second round

Thursday, April 25

Game 1: Boston 3, Columbus 2 (OT)
Game 1: St. Louis 3, Dallas 2

Friday, April 26

Game 1: Carolina 1, NY Islanders 0 (OT)
Game 1: San Jose 5, Colorado 2

Saturday, April 27

Game 2: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2
Game 2: Columbus 3, Boston 2 (2OT)

Sunday, April 28

Game 2: Carolina 2, NY Islanders 1
Game 2: Colorado 4, San Jose 3

Monday, April 29

Game 3: St. Louis 4, Dallas 3

Tuesday, April 30

Game 3: Columbus 2, Boston 1
Game 3: San Jose 4, Colorado 2

Wednesday, May 1

Game 3: Carolina 5, NY Islanders 2
Game 4: Dallas 4, St. Louis 2

Thursday, May 2

Game 4: Boston 4, Columbus 1
Game 4: Colorado 3, San Jose 0

Friday, May 3

Game 4: Carolina 5, NY Islanders 2
Game 5: Dallas 2, St. Louis 1

Saturday, May 4

Game 5: Boston 4, Columbus 3
Game 5: San Jose 2, Colorado 1

Sunday, May 5

Game 6: St. Louis 4, Dallas 1

Monday, May 6

Game 6: Boston 3, Columbus 0
Game 6: Colorado 4, San Jose 3 (OT)

Tuesday, May 7

Game 7: St. Louis 2, Dallas 1 (2OT)

Wednesday, May 8

Game 7: San Jose 3, Colorado 2

Conference finals results

The 2019 NHL playoffs have provided lively and exciting matchups, seeding be damned. All four division winners were bounced in the first round, but despite the early upsets the first two rounds have been compelling, with three Games 7 in the first round and two more in the second round.

The Boston Bruins swept their way through Carolina to earn a spot in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in six years, and will be seeking their first championship since 2011.

The Carolina Hurricanes missed the Stanley Cup playoffs for nine straight seasons before this year, and all they’ve done is dispatch the defending champion Capitals followed by a second-round sweep of the Islanders before falling against Boston. Also in the conference final are the St. Louis Blues (first time in three years) and the San Jose Sharks, who needed seven games in each of the first two rounds, but advanced to their first conference final since 2016.

Thursday, May 9

Game 1: Boston 5, Carolina 2

Saturday, May 11

Game 1: San Jose 6, St. Louis 3

Sunday, May 12

Game 2: Boston 6, Carolina 2

Monday, May 13

Game 2: St. Louis 4, San Jose 2

Tuesday, May 14

Game 3: Boston 2, Carolina 1

Wednesday, May 15

Game 3: San Jose 5, St. Louis 4 (OT)

Thursday, May 16

Game 4: Boston 4, Carolina 0

Friday, May 17

Game 4: St. Louis 2, San Jose 1

Sunday, May 19

Game 5: St. Louis 5, San Jose 0

Tuesday, May 21

Game 6: St. Louis 5, San Jose 1

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2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs - Round 2 - All Goals

2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs Central: Schedule, scores, highlights, analysis

From the first round of the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs all the way through the Final, ESPN has you covered. Check out the full playoff picture, including previews, analysis, highlights, scores and more for each team and series.

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Stanley Cup Final

Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues

Game 1 (@BOS):Bruins 4, Blues 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@BOS):Blues 3, Bruins 2 (OT) | Recap
Game 3 (@STL):Bruins 7, Blues 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@STL):Blues 4, Bruins 2 | Recap
Game 5 (@BOS):Blues 2, Bruins 1Recap
Game 6 (@STL):Bruins 5, Blues 1 | Recap
Game 7 (@BOS):Blues 4, Bruins 1Recap

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Conference Final Round


Boston Bruins (Atlantic No. 2) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (Wild card No. 1)

Will the magic run for the "Bunch of Jerks" continue, or will Boston get back to the Stanley Cup Final for one more shot with their veteran core group?

Game 1 (@ BOS):Bruins 5, Hurricanes 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@ BOS):Bruins 6, Hurricanes 2 | Recap
Game 3 (@ CAR):Bruins 2, Hurricanes 1 | Recap
Game 4 (@ CAR):Bruins 4, Hurricanes 0 | Recap


San Jose Sharks (Pacific No. 2) vs. St. Louis Blues (Central No. 3)

The Sharks and Blues both won epic Game 7s to reach this point. Can the NHL's hottest second-half team continue its run, or will the power of the Joes (Thornton and Pavelski) carry San Jose back to the Stanley Cup Final?

Game 1 (@ SJ):Sharks 6, Blues 3 | Recap
Game 2 (@ SJ):Blues 4, Sharks 2 | Recap
Game 3 (@ STL):Sharks 5, Blues 4 (OT) | Recap
Game 4 (@ STL):Blues 2, Sharks 1 | Recap
Game 5 (@ SJ):Blues 5, Sharks 0 | Recap
Game 6 (@ STL):Blues 5, Sharks 1 | Recap

Second Round


Boston Bruins (Atlantic No. 2) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (Wild card No. 2)

The Blue Jackets shocked the world with their first-round sweep of the Lightning, while the Bruins outlasted the Maple Leafs in a seven-game thriller... again.

Game 1 (@BOS):Bruins 3, Blue Jackets 2 (OT) | Recap
Game 2 (@BOS):Blue Jackets 3, Bruins 2 (2OT) | Recap
Game 3 (@CBJ):Blue Jackets 2, Bruins 1 | Recap
Game 4 (@CBJ):Bruins 4, Blue Jackets 1 | Recap
Game 5 (@BOS):Bruins 4, Blue Jackets 3 | Recap
Game 6 (@CBJ):Bruins 3, Blue Jackets 0 | Recap


New York Islanders (Metro No. 2) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (Wild card No. 1)

The Islanders swept Sidney Crosby out of the playoffs for the first time in his career, while the Hurricanes eliminated the defending Cup champion Capitals in seven.

Game 1 (@NYI):Hurricanes 1, Islanders 0 (OT) | Recap
Game 2 (@NYI):Hurricanes 2, Islanders 1 | Recap
Game 3 (@CAR):Hurricanes 5, Islanders 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@CAR):Hurricanes 5, Islanders 2 | Recap


St. Louis Blues (Central No. 3) vs. Dallas Stars (Wild card No. 1)

The Blues continued their hot run from the second half of the season in dispatching the Jets, while the Stars relied on fantastic goaltending from Ben Bishop in outlasting the Predators.

Game 1 (@STL):Blues 3, Stars 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@STL):Stars 4, Blues 2 | Recap
Game 3 (@DAL):Blues 4, Stars 3 | Recap
Game 4 (@DAL):Stars 4, Blues 2 | Recap
Game 5 (@STL):Stars 2, Blues 1 | Recap
Game 6 (@DAL):Blues 4, Stars 1 | Recap
Game 7 (@STL):Blues 2, Stars 1 (2OT) | Recap


San Jose Sharks (Pacific No. 2) vs. Colorado Avalanche (Wild card No. 2)

The Sharks survived a thrilling, seven-game series to overcome the Golden Knights, while the Avalanche outclassed the Flames in a five-game series victory.

Game 1 (@SJ):Sharks 5, Avalanche 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@SJ):Avalanche 4, Sharks 3 | Recap
Game 3 (@COL):Sharks 4, Avalanche 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@COL):Avalanche 3, Sharks 0 | Recap
Game 5 (@SJ):Sharks 2, Avalanche 1 | Recap
Game 6 (@COL):Avalanche 4, Sharks 3 (OT) | Recap
Game 7 (@SJ):Sharks 3, Avalanche 2 | Recap

First Round

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Eastern Conference

Tampa Bay Lightning (Atlantic No. 1) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (Wild card No. 2)

The unthinkable has happened: The Columbus Blue Jackets have swept the Tampa Bay Lightning out of the playoffs in the first round. Tampa tied the NHL record for regular season wins, and failed to win a single game in the postseason. The Jackets advance with a 7-3 Game 4 victory, their first playoff series win in franchise history.

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Game 1 (@TB): Blue Jackets 4, Lightning 3 | Recap
Game 2 (@TB): Blue Jackets 5, Lightning 1 | Recap
Game 3 (@CBJ): Blue Jackets 3, Lightning 1 | Recap
Game 4 (@CBJ): Blue Jackets 7, Lightning 3 | Recap


Boston Bruins (Atlantic No. 2) vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (Atlantic No. 3)

The Bruins-Maple Leafs matchup seemed preordained for months. Can the addition of John Tavares carry the rest of the Leafs to finally slay their demons?

Game 1 (@BOS): Maple Leafs 4, Bruins 1 | Recap
Game 2 (@BOS): Bruins 4, Maple Leafs 1 | Recap
Game 3 (@TOR): Maple Leafs 3, Bruins 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@TOR): Bruins 6, Maple Leafs 4 | Recap
Game 5 (@BOS): Maple Leafs 2, Bruins 1 | Recap
Game 6 (@TOR): Bruins 4, Maple Leafs 2 | Recap
Game 7 (@BOS): Bruins 5, Maple Leafs 1 | Recap


Washington Capitals (Metro No. 1) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (Wild card No. 1)

The defending Stanley Cup champion Capitals look as strong as ever heading into the playoffs. But the Hurricanes have been proving doubters wrong all season -- and having lots of fun while at it.

Game 1 (@WSH): Capitals 4, Hurricanes 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@WSH): Capitals 4, Hurricanes 3 (OT) | Recap
Game 3 (@CAR): Hurricanes 5, Capitals 0 | Recap
Game 4 (@CAR): Hurricanes 2, Capitals 1 | Recap
Game 5 (@WSH): Capitals 6, Hurricanes 0 | Recap
Game 6 (@CAR): Hurricanes 5, Capitals 2 | Recap
Game 7 (@WSH): Hurricanes 4, Capitals 3 (2OT) | Recap


New York Islanders (Metro No. 2) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (Metro No. 3)

The Islanders were one of the NHL's best stories this season, while the Penguins still feature a one-two punch of all-time legends in Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

Game 1 (@NYI): Islanders 4, Penguins 3 (OT) | Recap
Game 2 (@NYI): Islanders 3, Penguins 1 | Recap
Game 3 (@PIT): Islanders 4, Penguins 1 | Recap
Game 4 (@PIT): Islanders 3, Penguins 1 | Recap


Western Conference

Nashville Predators (Central No. 1) vs. Dallas Stars (Wild card No. 1)

The Predators look poised for another deep run in the playoffs. But Tyler Seguin and the Stars are standing in their way in the first round.

Game 1 (@NSH): Stars 3, Predators 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@NSH): Predators 2, Stars 1 (OT) | Recap
Game 3 (@DAL): Predators 3, Stars 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@DAL): Stars 5, Predators 1 | Recap
Game 5 (@NSH): Stars 5, Predators 3 | Recap
Game 6 (@DAL): Stars 2, Predators 1 (OT) | Recap


Winnipeg Jets (Central No. 2) vs. St. Louis Blues (Central No. 3)

The Jets entered the season among the top Stanley Cup favorites, but they faltered a bit due to injuries. Meanwhile, the Blues came back from the depths of the Western Conference basement, and they were one of the hottest teams in the second half of the season.

Game 1 (@WPG): Blues 2, Jets 1 | Recap
Game 2 (@WPG): Blues 4, Jets 3 | Recap
Game 3 (@STL): Jets 6, Blues 3 | Recap
Game 4 (@STL): Jets 2, Blues 1 (OT) | Recap
Game 5 (@WPG): Blues 3, Jets 2 | Recap
Game 6 (@STL): Blues 3, Jets 2 | Recap


Calgary Flames (Pacific No. 1) vs. Colorado Avalanche (Wild card No. 2)

The Flames roared to the top of the Western Conference this season on the strength of a Hart Trophy-caliber campaign from Johnny Gaudreau, while the Avalanche narrowly qualified for the playoffs.

Game 1 (@CGY): Flames 4, Avalanche 0 | Recap
Game 2 (@CGY): Avalanche 3, Flames 2 (OT) | Recap
Game 3 (@COL):Avalanche 6, Flames 2 | Recap
Game 4 (@COL): Avalanche 3, Flames 2 (OT) | Recap
Game 5 (@CGY): Avalanche 5, Flames 1 | Recap


San Jose Sharks (Pacific No. 2) vs. Vegas Golden Knights (Pacific No. 3)

The evenly matched Sharks and Golden Knights will square off in a matchup that may well go down as the best of the entire playoffs.

Game 1 (@SJ): Sharks 5, Golden Knights 2 | Recap
Game 2 (@SJ): Golden Knights 5, Sharks 3 | Recap
Game 3 (@VGS): Golden Knights 6, Sharks 3 | Recap
Game 4 (@VGS): Golden Knights 5, Sharks 0 | Recap
Game 5 (@SJ): Sharks 5, Golden Knights 2 | Recap
Game 6 (@VGS): Sharks 2, Golden Knights 1 (2OT) | Recap
Game 7 (@SJ): Sharks 5, Golden Knights 4 (OT) | Recap

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Nhl playoffs 2019

NHL playoffs schedule 2019: Full bracket, dates, times, TV channels for every series

Written ByBrandon Schlager

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The 2019 NHL playoff bracket is set and the schedule has been released, meaning it's finally time to sit back and enjoy the best two months in hockey.

The chase for the 2019 Stanley Cup starts Wednesday, April 10, with a jam-packed slate of five games, starting at 7 p.m. ET when the Presidents' Trophy-winning Lightning, who tied the NHL record with 62 wins in the regular season, host the Blue Jackets.

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The action continues at 7:30 p.m. ET with Sidney Crosby and the Penguins against the upstart Barry Trotz-led Islanders on NBCSN. And then it's out to the Western Conference for a late-evening three pack. The Blues visit the Jets (8 p.m. ET), the Predators host the Stars (9:30 p.m. ET) and the Golden Knights and Sharks round out opening day with the nightcap (10:30 p.m. ET).

On Thursday, April 11, the remaining three series get underway, highlighted by the defending Stanley Cup champion Capitals and the rematch of last year's first-round thriller between the Bruins and Maple Leafs.

Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs could last a full 14 days; potential Game 7s are scheduled for April 24.

Below you'll find everything to know about watching the 2019 NHL playoffs, including series-by-series TV schedules and live-streaming information.

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2019 NHL playoffs bracket

NHL playoffs 2019: TV channels, live stream

The 2019 NHL playoffs will be broadcast across NBC's family of networks in the United States. First-round games are scattered across NBC, NBCSN, USA and CNBC through as late as April 24. From there, the second round on will be covered exclusively by NBC and NBCSN. NBC will show every game during the Stanley Cup Final.

The primary outlet for live-streaming 2019 NHL playoff games is NBC Sports Live, available on desktop and by downloading the mobile app. You can also stream games live by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Mike Emrick, Mike Milbury and Pierre McGuire are NBC's lead broadcast team for the NHL playoffs.

NHL playoffs schedule, results by series

Boston Bruins vs. St. Louis Blues

Boston Bruins vs. Carolina Hurricanes

San Jose Sharks vs. St. Louis Blues

(*if necessary)

Round 2

Eastern Conference

Boston Bruins (A2) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (WC2)

New York Islanders (M2) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (WC1)

Western Conference

San Jose Sharks (P2) vs. Colorado Avalanche (WC2)

*If necessary

St. Louis Blues (C3) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)

Round 1

Eastern Conference

Tampa Bay Lightning (A1) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (WC2)

Boston Bruins (A2) vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (A3)

(*if necessary)

Washington Capitals (M1) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (WC1)

(*if necessary)

New York Islanders (M2) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (M3)

Western Conference

Calgary Flames (P1) vs. Colorado Avalanche (WC2)

(*if necessary)

San Jose Sharks (P2) vs. Vegas Golden Knights (P3)

(*if necessary)

Nashville Predators (C1) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)

(*if necessary)

Winnipeg Jets (C2) vs. St. Louis Blues (C3)

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2019 Stanley Cup playoffs

2019 NHL postseason tournament

The 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs was the playoff tournament of the National Hockey League (NHL). The playoffs began on April 10, 2019, after the 2018–19 regular season, and concluded on June 12, 2019, with the St. Louis Blues winning their first Stanley Cup in franchise history defeating the Boston Bruins four games to three in the Stanley Cup Finals.

The Tampa Bay Lightning made the playoffs as the Presidents' Trophy winners with the most points (i.e. best record) during the regular season. The Pittsburgh Penguins increased their post-season appearance streak to thirteen seasons, the current longest streak. The Carolina Hurricanes made the playoffs for the first time since 2009, ending a nine-year playoff drought. For the second season in a row, the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs were the only Original Six teams to make the playoffs, marking the fifth time in league history (after 2000, 2001, 2007 and 2018) that only two Original Six teams clinched a playoff berth. For the first time since 2004, both Southern California teams, the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings, missed the playoffs. For the second time in League history (and the second season in a row), both the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens missed the playoffs.

For the first time in NHL history, all division winners were eliminated in the first round as all the wild-cards advanced to the second round.[1] The Columbus Blue Jackets won a playoff series for the first time, defeating the first-place Lightning in four games, and marking the first time in Stanley Cup playoff history that the Presidents' Trophy winners were swept in the opening round, and the first time since 2012 that the Presidents' Trophy winners were defeated in the opening round. They were soon followed by the Calgary Flames, who with their five-game loss to the Colorado Avalanche, ensured that for the first time in NHL history,[2] neither of the conference number one seeds advanced to the second round. After that, the two remaining division winners, the Nashville Predators and Washington Capitals, were each eliminated in an overtime game, the Predators in six to the Dallas Stars and the Capitals in seven to the Carolina Hurricanes. Also for the first time since 2012, none of the previous year's Conference finalists (the Capitals, the Lightning, the Golden Knights, and the Jets) made it to the second round. For the first time in League history, three series were decided in game seven overtime.

The Blues tied the 1987 Philadelphia Flyers, 2004 Calgary Flames, 2014 Los Angeles Kings, and 2015 Tampa Bay Lightning for playing the most playoff games (26) in a four-round playoff format. The record for most playoff games was subsequently broken by the 2020 Dallas Stars, who played 27 games during the expanded 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. The Kings were the only other Stanley Cup champions to play 26 games.

Playoff seeds[edit]

Further information: Stanley Cup playoffs § Current format

This was the sixth year in which the top three teams in each division make the playoffs, along with two wild cards in each conference (for a total of eight playoff teams from each conference).

The following teams qualified for the playoffs:[3]

Eastern Conference[edit]

Atlantic Division[edit]

  1. Tampa Bay Lightning, Atlantic Division champions, Eastern Conference regular season champions, Presidents' Trophy winners – 128 points
  2. Boston Bruins – 107 points
  3. Toronto Maple Leafs – 100 points

Metropolitan Division[edit]

  1. Washington Capitals, Metropolitan Division champions – 104 points
  2. New York Islanders – 103 points
  3. Pittsburgh Penguins – 100 points

Wild Cards[edit]

  1. Carolina Hurricanes – 99 points
  2. Columbus Blue Jackets – 98 points

Western Conference[edit]

Central Division[edit]

  1. Nashville Predators, Central Division champions – 100 points
  2. Winnipeg Jets – 99 points (45 ROWs)
  3. St. Louis Blues – 99 points (42 ROWs)

Pacific Division[edit]

  1. Calgary Flames, Pacific Division champions, Western Conference regular season champions – 107 points
  2. San Jose Sharks – 101 points
  3. Vegas Golden Knights – 93 points

Wild Cards[edit]

  1. Dallas Stars – 93 points
  2. Colorado Avalanche – 90 points

Playoff bracket[edit]

In each round, teams competed in a best-of-seven series following a 2–2–1–1–1 format (scores in the bracket indicate the number of games won in each best-of-seven series). The team with home ice advantage played at home for games one and two (and games five and seven, if necessary), and the other team was at home for games three and four (and game six, if necessary). The top three teams in each division made the playoffs, along with two wild cards in each conference, for a total of eight teams from each conference.

In the First Round, the lower seeded wild card in the conference played against the division winner with the best record while the other wild card played against the other division winner, and both wild cards were de facto #4 seeds. The other series matched the second and third place teams from the divisions. In the first two rounds, home ice advantage was awarded to the team with the better seed. Thereafter, it was awarded to the team that had the better regular season record followed by any necessary tie breakers.

  First RoundSecond RoundConference FinalsStanley Cup Finals
                                     
A1Tampa Bay 0  
WCColumbus4 
  WCColumbus 2  
 
  A2Boston4 
A2Boston4
A3Toronto 3  
  A2Boston4 
Eastern Conference
  WCCarolina 0  
M1Washington 3  
WCCarolina4 
  WCCarolina4
 
  M2NY Islanders 0  
M2NY Islanders4
M3Pittsburgh 0  
  A2Boston 3
  C3St. Louis4
C1Nashville 2  
WCDallas4 
  WCDallas 3
 
  C3St. Louis4 
C2Winnipeg 2
C3St. Louis4 
  C3St. Louis4
Western Conference
  P2San Jose 2  
P1Calgary 1  
WCColorado4 
  WCColorado 3
 
  P2San Jose4 
P2San Jose4
P3Vegas 3  
Legend
  • A1, A2, A3 – The first, second, and third place teams from the Atlantic Division, respectively
  • M1, M2, M3 – The first, second, and third place teams from the Metropolitan Division, respectively
  • C1, C2, C3 – The first, second, and third place teams from the Central Division, respectively
  • P1, P2, P3 – The first, second, and third place teams from the Pacific Division, respectively
  • WC – Wild Card teams

First Round[edit]

Eastern Conference First Round[edit]

(A1) Tampa Bay Lightning vs. (WC2) Columbus Blue Jackets[edit]

Main article: 2019 Tampa Bay Lightning–Columbus Blue Jackets playoff series

The Tampa Bay Lightning earned the Presidents' Trophy as the NHL's best regular season team with 128 points. Columbus finished as the Eastern Conference's second wild card, earning 98 points. This was the first playoff meeting between these two teams. Tampa Bay won all three games in this year's regular season series.

The Blue Jackets defeated the Lightning in a four-game sweep. In game one, the Blue Jackets scored four unanswered goals to overcome a three-goal deficit, winning 4–3.[4]Matt Duchene scored a goal and two assists for Columbus in game two, granting the Blue Jackets a 5–1 victory and a 2–0 series lead.[5] During the game Nikita Kucherov hit Markus Nutivaara in the head, prompting NHL Player Safety to suspend the Lightning forward for game three.[6] During said game, Sergei Bobrovsky made 30 saves, giving the Blue Jackets a 3–1 victory and their first 3–0 series lead in franchise history.[7] In game four, the Lightning, desperate for a victory, could not overcome the early two-goal deficit they faced in the first period, allowing Columbus to score three empty-net goals late in the third period and win 7–3, sweeping Tampa Bay 4–0 and earning their first playoff series victory in franchise history. The Lightning became the first Presidents' Trophy winners to be swept in the opening round.[8]

(A2) Boston Bruins vs. (A3) Toronto Maple Leafs[edit]

The Boston Bruins finished second in the Atlantic Division, earning 107 points. The Toronto Maple Leafs earned 100 points to finish third in the Atlantic Division. This was the sixteenth playoff meeting overall, and second consecutive, between these two teams, with Toronto winning eight of the fifteen previous series. They last met in the previous year's Eastern Conference First Round, which Boston won in seven games. Boston won three of the four games in this year's regular season series.

The Bruins defeated the Maple Leafs in seven games. Mitch Marner scored twice in Toronto's game one victory, the final score of which was 4–1.[9] Game two saw controversy in officiating, with Bruins players becoming more physical, to the point where Boston forward Jake DeBrusk collided with Toronto forward Nazem Kadri, who was skating hard out of the penalty box, resulting in a knee-on-knee collision, injuring the Maple Leafs forward.[10] No penalty was called on the play. Kadri would return to the game, but retaliated against DeBrusk, cross-checking the forward in the head, resulting in a major penalty for the Toronto forward.[11] Kadri was suspended for the remainder of the series.[12] The Bruins ended the game 4–1.[13] In game three, Auston Matthews and Andreas Johnsson scored a goal and notched an assist, leading the Maple Leafs to a 3–2 victory.[14] In game four, the Bruins held on for a 6–4 victory, keeping the Maple Leafs from tying in the closing minutes after leading by three goals in the third period.[15] The Maple Leafs scored twice in the third period of game five and held onto a one-goal lead late in the game to give Toronto a 2–1 victory and a 3–2 series lead.[16] In game six, Brad Marchand had two goals and an assist in a 4–2 Bruins victory to push the series to a seventh game.[17] In the seventh game, Boston goalie Tuukka Rask made 32 saves to defeat the Maple Leafs 5–1 and advance to the second round.[18]

(M1) Washington Capitals vs. (WC1) Carolina Hurricanes[edit]

The Washington Capitals finished first in the Metropolitan Division earning 104 points. Carolina finished as the Eastern Conference's first wild card earning 99 points. This was the first playoff meeting between these two teams. Washington won all four games in this year's regular season series.

The Hurricanes defeated the Capitals in seven games. In game one, Nicklas Backstrom scored twice and teammate John Carlson had three assists in Washington's 4–2 victory.[19] During a tight back-and-forth game two, Brooks Orpik scored the overtime winner for the Capitals, giving Washington a 4–3 victory.[20] In game three, Carolina forward Warren Foegele scored twice and assisted once as the Hurricanes limited the Capitals to 18 shots in a 5–0 blowout victory.[21] During the game rookie Andrei Svechnikov was challenged by Alexander Ovechkin to a fight during which the young Hurricane forward was knocked out and removed from the game due to concussion protocol.[22] The Capitals increased their shot count in game four, but Hurricanes goalie Petr Mrazek stopped 30 of those 31 shots, evening the series in a 2–1 victory.[23] In game five, the Capitals blew out the Hurricanes 6–0 with Backstrom scoring two goals and adding two assists, as goaltender Braden Holtby stopped all 30 shots he faced.[24] Carolina broke the tie in game six as they scored three goals in the third period to force a seventh game.[25] The Hurricanes rallied from two separate two goal deficits to tie game seven forcing overtime. In double overtime, Carolina forward Brock McGinn ended the third longest game seven in NHL history at 11:05 by tipping in Justin Williams' shot to send the Hurricanes to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2009; with the victory Carolina has won five consecutive game sevens dating back to 2006.[26]

(M2) New York Islanders vs. (M3) Pittsburgh Penguins[edit]

The New York Islanders finished second in the Metropolitan Division with 103 points. The Pittsburgh Penguins earned 100 points to finish third in the Metropolitan Division. This was the fifth playoff meeting between these two teams with New York winning three of the four previous series. They last met in the 2013 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, which Pittsburgh won in six games. These teams split their four-game regular season series. This was the first time since the 1988 Patrick Division Semifinals that the Islanders had home-ice advantage in a playoff series.

The Islanders defeated the Penguins in a four-game sweep. This was the first Islanders sweep since 1983. In game one, New York goalie Robin Lehner made 41 saves and Josh Bailey scored 4:39 into overtime to give the Islanders a 4–3 victory.[27]Jordan Eberle had a goal and an assist in game two, leading the Islanders to a 3–1 victory.[28] In game three, Lehner stopped 25 of 26 shots helping the Islanders win 4–1.[29] Game four was a tight-checking, defensive affair as the Islanders kept a one-goal lead over the Penguins for two periods until an empty-net goal by Bailey sealed the victory for New York defeating Pittsburgh 3–1 and advancing to the second round in a 4–0 sweep.[30]

Western Conference First Round[edit]

(C1) Nashville Predators vs. (WC1) Dallas Stars[edit]

The Nashville Predators finished first in the Central Division earning 100 points. Dallas finished as the Western Conference's first wild card earning 93 points. This was the first playoff meeting between these two teams. Nashville won three of the five games in this year's regular season series.

The Stars defeated the Predators in six games. Dallas rookie Miro Heiskanen scored a goal and an assist to help the Stars achieve a 3–2 victory in game one.[31] In game two, both teams played defensively forcing an overtime period in which Nashville forward Craig Smith scored to give the Predators a 2–1 victory.[32]Pekka Rinne stopped 40 shots in game three, ensuring a 3–2 Predators win.[33] In another goalie performance for game four, Dallas' own Ben Bishop made 34 saves shutting down the Predators in a 5–1 victory.[34] In game five, Alexander Radulov scored twice with captain Jamie Benn assisting thrice for the Stars taking the series lead in a 5–3 victory.[35] During a defensive game six, both teams fired more than 35 shots apiece in regulation time with each team scoring once. In the resulting overtime period John Klingberg put away the series-winning goal at 17:02 for Dallas, winning the series 4–2 and the game 2–1.

(C2) Winnipeg Jets vs. (C3) St. Louis Blues[edit]

The Winnipeg Jets finished second in the Central Division, earning 99 points. The St. Louis Blues also earned 99 points, but they finished third in the Central Division as Winnipeg won the first tie-breaker of combined regulation and overtime wins. This was the first playoff meeting between these two teams. This was also the first playoff meeting between the two cities since 1982. Winnipeg won three of the four games in this year's regular season series.

The Blues defeated the Jets in six games. For the first time since the 2004 Western Conference Final, the away team won the first five games in the series. In game one, rookie goaltender Jordan Binnington made 24 saves to give St. Louis a 2–1 victory.[36]Oskar Sundqvist scored twice for the Blues in game two taking the triumph 4–3.[37] In game three, Winnipeg forward Kyle Connor scored twice in a 6–3 victory.[38] Game four remained scoreless until the third period in which both teams notched a goal; however, in overtime Connor scored the winning-goal for the Jets tying the series 2–2 in a 2–1 affair. His goal also Winnipeg's first playoff overtime goal in franchise history.[39] Winnipeg took a two-goal lead in game five, but St. Louis tied the game in the third period and with 15 seconds left, Jaden Schwartz scored to give St. Louis a 3–2 victory.[40] Schwartz scored a natural hat trick in game six as the Blues hung on to a 3–2 series clinching victory.[41]

(P1) Calgary Flames vs. (WC2) Colorado Avalanche[edit]

The Calgary Flames finished first in the Pacific Division earning 107 points. The Colorado Avalanche earned 90 points to finish as the Western Conference's second wild card. This was the first playoff meeting between these two teams. Calgary won all three games in this year's regular season series.

The Avalanche defeated the Flames in five games. In game one, goalie Mike Smith stopped all 26 shots he faced and assisted on one of Calgary's four goals in the Flames 4–0 victory.[42] Game two necessitated overtime, and Nathan MacKinnon scored to give the Avalanche a 3–2 victory.[43] The Avalanche scored six goals in game three, one of which included the first goal of Cale Makar in his NHL debut; Colorado won the game 6–2.[44] In game four, Colorado came back from a two-goal deficit to force overtime and Mikko Rantanen scored his second of the night to give the Avalanche a 3–2 victory and a 3–1 series lead.[45] Game five saw Colin Wilson and Rantanen both score twice, giving Colorado a 5–1 victory and advancing to the second round for the first time since 2008.[46]

(P2) San Jose Sharks vs. (P3) Vegas Golden Knights[edit]

The San Jose Sharks finished second in the Pacific Division earning 101 points. The Vegas Golden Knights earned 93 points to finish third in Pacific Division. This was the second playoff meeting between these teams. They last met in the previous year's Western Conference Second Round which Vegas won in six games. These teams split their four-game regular season series.

The Sharks came back from a 3–1 series deficit to defeat the Golden Knights in seven games. Four Sharks players scored a goal and assisted on another goal in game one, giving San Jose a 5–2 victory.[47] In game two, after a wild first period in which Vegas took a three-goal lead only for San Jose to tie before the period ended, Mark Stone's power-play goal in the second period would be the game-winner for the Golden Knights, defeating the Sharks 5–3.[48] Stone continued his scoring into game three, adding a hat trick into Vegas' 6–3 victory.[49] In game four, Max Pacioretty had two goals and two assists while goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 28 shots granting Vegas a 5–0 victory and a 3–1 series lead.[50] The Sharks avoided elimination in game five, outscoring the Golden Knights 5–2 to force a sixth game.[51] In game six, the Sharks evened the series with a double-overtime short-handed goal by Tomas Hertl, backstopped by Martin Jones who made 58 saves in a 2–1 victory.[52] In the seventh game, after taking a three-goal lead, in the third period, Vegas' Cody Eakin was assessed a controversial major penalty and game misconduct as a result of a play that injured Sharks forward Joe Pavelski.[53] The Sharks took the lead 4–3 after scoring four unanswered goals on the ensuing five-minute power play. However, the Golden Knights tied the game with 43 seconds left in regulation, sending the game into overtime. At 18:19 of the first overtime, Barclay Goodrow scored the series-winning goal for the Sharks, coming back from a 3–1 series deficit and defeating the Golden Knights 5–4.[54] The NHL later apologized to the Golden Knights for the call on Eakin, and the two referees working the game were suspended for the remainder of the playoffs.[55][56] The Sharks became just the second team in NHL history, along with the 2013 Boston Bruins, to overcome a three-goal deficit in the third period of a seventh game.

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