NHL Playoffs 2014: Schedule and Predictions for Remaining Teams

May 24th, 2014 by Timothy Rapp Leave a reply »

You couldn't ask for two more intriguing conference finals.

In the East, the Montreal Canadiens battled back in Game 3, bridging the gap with the New York Rangers, who are still leading 2-1 in the series. In the West, the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings are tied at a game apiece after the Kings' epic comeback in Game 2. 

Both of these series could go the distance, so missing out on any of the action would be just plain old silly. Luckily, with the full schedule below—and a few predictions too—you'll be sure to catch every goal, glove save and bone-rattling check.



Rangers Over Canadiens in Six

Two very unfortunate things happened for the Rangers Thursday evening: The Canadiens won in overtime, 3-2, giving them some much-needed momentum in this series, and Derek Stepan was lost indefinitely after breaking his jaw.

From Katie Strang of ESPN:

The fallout from Brandon Prust's hit on Derek Stepan in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals continues.

Prust was suspended two game ...

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