NHL Round Two Schedule: What to Watch For

With the NHL playoffs well underway, it’s time to take a look at the Round Two schedule and see what match-ups we should be keeping an eye on.

The second round of the NHL playoffs is upon us.

The second round of the NHL Playoffs is upon us and there are some great matchups to watch out for. The Tampa Bay Lightning will take on the Boston Bruins in what is sure to be a good series. The Nashville Predators will take on the Winnipeg Jets in what should be a hard-fought series. The Washington Capitals will take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in a matchup of two of the best teams in the league. Lastly, the Vegas Golden Knights will take on the San Jose Sharks in a battle of two of the best expansion teams in recent memory.

Here’s a look at the schedule and what to watch for.

Here’s a look at the schedule and what to watch for:

The Tampa Bay Lightning Washington Capitals Vegas Golden Knights and Winnipeg Jets all advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs

The Bruins will take on the Lightning, starting Saturday in Tampa. The defending Stanley Cup champions have been one of the best teams in the league all season and are looking to get back to the final. The Lightning are a young, talented team that is led by reigning MVP Nikita Kucherov. They swept the Columbus Blue Jackets in the first round and will be a tough opponent for Boston.

The Capitals will take on the Carolina Hurricanes starting Saturday in Washington. The Capitals are looking to get back to the Conference Finals for the first time since 1998. They are led by Alexander Ovechkin, who is looking to add to his legacy as one of the greatest Goal Scorers of all time. The Hurricanes are a young, talented team that is making their first appearance in the second round since 2009. They have a lot of speed and skill and could give Washington a tough time.

The Golden Knights will take on the Sharks starting Thursday in San Jose This should be a great series between two evenly matched teams. The Sharks are coming off a seven-game series victory over the Ducks and will be looking to make it back to the conference finals for the second straight year. The Golden Knights are in their second year as an expansion team and are looking to make it back to the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year. This series has all of the makings of being a classic.

The Jets will take on Nashville Predators starting Friday Night in Nashville. This is a rematch of last year’s Western Conference Final, which Nashville won in seven games. The Predators are looking to get back to the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year, while Winnipeg is looking to make it there for the first time in franchise history. This should be a great series between two talented teams.

The Tampa Bay Lightning and Boston Bruins will face off in what should be an exciting series.

The Tampa Bay Lightning and Boston Bruins faced off in the NHL playoffs last year, with the Lightning coming out on top. This year, the two teams will meet again in the playoffs, and it should be an exciting series. Here is a look at the schedule for the series:

The Tampa Bay Lightning and Boston Bruins will face off in the second round of the NHL playoffs The series will begin on Saturday, April 27th, at 7:00pm ET in Boston. The Bruins will host Game 2 on Monday, April 29th, at 7:30pm ET. The series will then shift to Tampa for Games 3 and 4 on Wednesday, May 1st, and Friday, May 3rd, respectively. If necessary, Game 5 will be played in Boston on Sunday, May 5th. Game 6 (if necessary) would be played in Tampa on Tuesday, May 7th, and Game 7 (if necessary) would be played in Boston on Thursday, May 9th.

The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins will also be squaring off in what promises to be a hard-fought series.

The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins are two of the most successful teams in the NHL and they will be squaring off in what promises to be a hard-fought series. The Capitals have won the Stanley Cup three times, while the Penguins have won it twice. This series is sure to be a must-watch for all hockey fans

The Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets will be looking to continue their Cinderella stories in the second round.

The Winnipeg Jets were the last team to make it into the playoffs, but they haven’t let that stop them from making a deep run. They upset the favored Anaheim Ducks in the first round and will now be taking on the Nashville Predators who are also looking to continue their Cinderella story

The schedule for the second round is as follows:

Game 1: Nashville Predators at Winnipeg Jets – Thursday, April 26th at 7pm CT
Game 2: Nashville Predators at Winnipeg Jets – Saturday, April 28th at 6pm CT
Game 3: Winnipeg Jets at Nashville Predators – Monday, April 30th at 7pm CT
Game 4: Winnipeg Jets at Nashville Predators – Thursday, May 3rd at 7pm CT
*If necessary*
Game 5: Nashville Predators at Winnipeg Jets – Saturday, May 5th at TBD
*If necessary*
Game 6: Winnipeg Jets at Nashville Predators – Monday, May 7th at TBD
*If necessary*
Game 7: Nashville Predators at Winnipeg Jets – Thursday, May 10th at TBD
*If necessary*

The Vegas Golden Knights will look to keep their amazing run going against the San Jose Sharks

After stunning the Hockey World by making it to the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season, the Vegas Golden Knights will look to keep their amazing run going against the San Jose Sharks in Round Two of the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs

Led by forwards William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault, the Golden Knights have been one of the most exciting Teams to Watch in hockey this season. They play an attacking style of hockey that is a joy to watch, and they have a roster full of players who are willing to sacrifice their bodies to win.

The Sharks, on the other hand, are a more defensively-minded team. Led by Norris Trophy winning defenseman Brent Burns and veteran goaltender Martin Jones, they will look to slow down the high-flying Golden Knights and take advantage of their mistakes.

This should be an excellent series between two evenly-matched teams. Be sure to catch all the action starting on Friday, April 27th at 10:00pm ET on NBCSN.

The Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers will be battling it out in what could be a long series.

The Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers will be squaring off in the second round of the NHL playoffs This series has the potential to be a long one, as both teams are evenly matched. Here are some of the key match-ups to watch for:

-Anaheim’s top line of Rickard Rakell, Corey Perry, and Ryan Getzlaf against Edmonton’s defensemen, led by Oscar Klefbom.
-The goaltending matchup between Anaheim’s John Gibson and Edmonton’s Cam Talbot.
-Edmonton’s young stars Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, against Anaheim’s experienced defense.

Whichever team can win the battle in these key areas is likely to come out on top in this series.

The Calgary Flames and the Anaheim Ducks will be fighting for a spot in the Western Conference Finals.

Anaheim Ducks vs. Calgary Flames
The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Winnipeg Jets in Round One of the Stanley Cup Playoffs while the Calgary Flames knocked out the Vancouver Canucks The two teams will now face each other in Round Two, with a spot in the Western Conference Finals on the line.

The first two games of the series will be played at Honda Center in Anaheim, California, on April 25 and 27. The next two games will be at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, on April 29 and May 1. If necessary, Game Five will be back in Anaheim on May 3, Game Six will be in Calgary on May 5, and Game Seven will be back in Anaheim on May 7.

The Ducks are led by captain Ryan Getzlaf, who had 10 points (three goals and seven assists) in Round One. Goaltender John Gibson had a .928 save percentage in the first round.

For the Flames, captain Mark Giordano had eight points (two goals and six assists) in Round One, and Forward Sean Monahan scored four goals. Goaltender Mike Smith had a .917 save percentage against Vancouver.

This series is sure to be an exciting one – make sure to tune in!

The St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild will be hoping to take the next step in the playoffs.

The St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild will be hoping to take the next step in the playoffs. These two teams battled it out in the first round, with the Wild coming out on top. The Blues will be looking for revenge in this series, and they have the home-ice advantage.

The schedule for this series is as follows:

Game 1: Friday, April 28 at 8 p.m. ET in St. Louis
Game 2: Sunday, April 30 at 3 p.m. ET in St. Louis
Game 3: Tuesday, May 2 at 8 p.m. ET in Minnesota
Game 4: Thursday, May 4 at 8 p.m. ET in Minnesota (if necessary)
Game 5: Saturday, May 6 at 8 p.m. ET in St. Louis (if necessary)
Game 6: Monday, May 8 at 8 p.m. ET in Minnesota (if necessary)
Game 7: Wednesday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET in St Louis (if necessary)

The Colorado Avalanche and the Nashville Predators will be looking to make a deep run in the playoffs.

The Colorado Avalanche and the Nashville Predators are two of the most exciting teams in the NHL, and they will be looking to make a deep run in the playoffs. The Avalanche have one of the best offenses in the league, led by Hart Trophy candidate Nathan MacKinnon. The Predators have one of the best defenses in the league, led by Norris Trophy candidate Roman Josi. These two teams will meet in the second round of the playoffs, and it should be a great series.

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