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NHL playoff schedule

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Rangers 1, Canadiens 0

Wed.: Rangers 2, Canadiens 0

Friday: at Montreal, 7

Sunday: at New York, 7

Tuesday: at New York, 7

xApril 20: at Montreal, TBA

xApril 22: at New York, TBA

xApril 24: at Montreal, TBA

Bruins 1, Senators 0

Wed.: Bruins 2, Senators 1

Saturday: Boston at Ottawa, 3

Monday: at Boston, 7

April 19: at Boston, 7:30

xApril 21: at Ottawa, TBA

xApril 23: at Boston, TBA

xApril 26: at Ottawa, TBA

Capitals vs. Maple Leafs

Tonight: at Washington, 7

Saturday: Toronto at Washington, 7

Monday: at Toronto, 7

April 19: at Toronto, 7

xApril 21: at Washington, TBA

xApril 23: at Toronto, TBA

xApril 25: at Washington, TBA

Penguins 1, Blue Jackets 0

Wed.: Penguins 3, Blue Jackets 1

Friday: at Pittsburgh, 7

Sunday: at Columbus, 6

Tuesday: at Columbus, 7:30

xApril 20: at Pittsburgh, TBA

xApril 23: at Columbus, TBA

xApril 25: at Pittsburgh, TBA

x-if necessary


Blackhawks vs. Predators

Tonight: at Chicago, 8

Saturday: at Chicago, 8

Monday: at Nashville, 9:30

April 20: at Nashville, TBA

xApril 22: at Chicago, TBA

xApril 24: at Nashville, TBA

xApril 26: at Chicago, TBA

Wild vs. Louis Blues

Wednesday: at Minnesota, late

Friday: at Minnesota, 8

Sunday: at St. Louis, 3

April 19: at St. Louis, 9:30

xApril 22: at Minnesota, TBA

xApril 24: at St. Louis, TBA

xApril 26: at Minnesota, TBA

Ducks vs. Flames

Tonight: at Anaheim, 10:30

Saturday: at Anaheim, 10:30

Monday: at Calgary, 10

April 19: at Calgary, 10

xApril 21: at Anaheim, TBA

xApril 23: at Calgary, TBA

xApril 25: at Anaheim, TBA

Oilers vs. Jose Sharks

Wednesday: at Edmonton, late

Friday: at Edmonton, 10:30

Sunday: at San Jose, 10

Tuesday: at San Jose, 10

xApril 20: at Edmonton, TBA

xApril 22: at San Jose, TBA

xApril 24: at Edmonton, TBA

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