Monday night May 11th is an off-night in the NHL as the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs have no games featured. A big reason for that is that there are only six teams left in the hunt for the championship. Those teams, along with their betting odds to win the Cup outright, are listed below.
The Calgary Flames, following a loss in game five of their second round series on Sunday night, saw their hopes dashed in the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. The Anaheim Ducks, enjoying their best post-season since winning the Stanley Cup eight years ago
The Montreal Canadiens and the Tampa Bay Lightning continued their series in the second round of the 2015 NHL Playoffs on Saturday night. Montreal, having won game four in Florida to stave off elimination, hosted game five - once again in need of a victory.
The Calgary Flames, playing in front of a home audience on Friday night, may have seen their chances of staying competitive in their second round 2015 Stanley Cup NHL playoffs series come to a crashing halt.
There are only seven teams still remaining in the playoffs for the 2015 Stanley Cup. Three of those teams will face elimination this weekend, one is already into the conference finals, and three others are on the verge of advancing.
The Montreal Canadiens staved off 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs elimination on Thursday night in game four of their series from Tampa Bay Lightning. The Habs had not played well in quite some time following two losses to Ottawa, a win, and then three losses to Tampa Bay.
The 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs featured two games on Wednesday night. The results from each game saw both losers pushed to the brink of elimination.
The Calgary Flames, in what was possibly the best game of the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs so far, defeated the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night. With what could only be called incredible perseverance, Calgary fought for their playoff lives to the bitter end
The Calgary Flames, following two subpar performances in games one and two of their second round series against the Anaheim Ducks, are in a world of trouble. The Flames, down 0-2 in the series, will host the Ducks from downtown Calgary on Tuesday night.