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Lightning-Stars stream: 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Final
Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBC and the NBC Sports app.
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NHL schedule for 2020 Stanley Cup Final
The 2020 Stanley Cup Final begins on Saturday, Sept. 19 in the hub city of Edmonton.
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NHL Power Rankings: Point, Hedman, Kucherov still lead Conn Smythe race
The Tampa trio are still leading the Conn Smythe race and picking a winner will not be easy.
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Lightning ‘turning the page’ after missing first chance to clinch Cup
You can watch Game 6 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC and the NBC Sports app.
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The Wraparound: Stars try to force Game 7 vs. Lightning
The Wraparound is your daily look at the 2020 NHL Return to Play.
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Bubble won’t be back for full 2020-21 NHL season
The league and Players' Association will meet within the next two weeks to discuss the many possibilities of what the 2020-21 season could look like, but there's no desire to stage it entirely within...
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2020 NHL Draft: Date, time, order of picks for all 31 teams
The 2020 NHL Draft be held virtually Oct. 6-7. Coverage will air on NBCSN.
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Stars are defined by their resilience
The Dallas Stars never seem to be out of a game or a series.
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Lightning rule out Steven Stamkos for rest of Stanley Cup Final
He played just three minutes this postseason, scoring one goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
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Stars continue to succeed playing ‘underdog’ role
The Stars' Game 5 win was their ninth comeback win of the playoffs.
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Perry, Stars force Game 6 vs. Lightning after 2OT
Two goals from Corey Perry, including the 2OT game winner, saved the Stars from elimination in the Stanley Cup Final and forced Game 6 against the Lightning.
Khudobin on fire for Stars in Stanley Cup Final
Goaltender Anton Khudobin was electric for the Stars in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final against a furious Lightning team, and the NHL on NBC crew don't see that changing any time soon.
3 Takeaways: Perry, Seguin help Stars avoid elimination in Stanley Cup Final
Thoughts as the series shifts to Game 6 on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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Perry's 2OT winner keeps Stars alive in Cup Final
Corey Perry saves the day and season for the Stars, scoring the 2OT winner and forcing Game 6 against the Lightning in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
Perry’s double OT Game 5 goal keeps Stars alive vs. Lightning in Stanley Cup Final
The two teams will meet for Game 6 on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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Pavelski, Stars force OT in crucial Game 5
Joe Pavelski keeps Dallas' Stanley Cup hopes alive with a goal late in the third period to force overtime vs. Tampa in a win or go home Game 5.
Sergachev gives Tampa advantage in pivotal period
Mikhail Sergachev pushes the Lightning ahead of the Stars in the third period of Game 5 to give Tampa a crucial advantage over do-or-die Dallas.
Palat spins into Stars net to even things up
Ondrej Palat pulls the Lightning even with the Stars as Tampa searches for one last win in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
Perry, Stars strike first in do-or-die Game 5
Corey Perry dodges Tampa traffic to get the Stars the first goal of Game 5 as Dallas faces a win or go home situation in the Stanley Cup Final.
Trade: Rangers save money, Red Wings get second-rounder, Marc Staal
Busy times for the Red Wings, and an off-season of moves for the Staal family.
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Lightning vs. Stars: 3 keys to Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final
ProHockeyTalk previews Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, where the Tampa Bay Lightning look to hoist the Stanley Cup with a win against the Dallas Stars.
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‘Black Aces’ in bubble have toughest job in NHL playoffs
When Joel Kiviranta capped a hat trick by scoring the series-clinching goal in overtime in his playoff debut in the second round, the young Finn had one real desire.
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Stars will not have Roope Hintz, Blake Comeau for Game 5
The Dallas Stars will be without three key forwards as they look to extend the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
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Stars need one more improbable run to complete improbable season
The Dallas Stars have been counted out all season and have always found a way to exceed expectations.
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Steven Stamkos will not play in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final
The Tampa Bay Lightning will not have their captain again as they try to win the Stanley Cup on Saturday night against the Dallas Stars.
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The Wraparound: Lightning a win away from capturing Stanley Cup
The Wraparound is your daily look at the 2020 NHL Return to Play.
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What is the longest overtime game in NHL playoff history?
The 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs are underway and if you’re wondering what the longest overtime game in NHL playoff history is, we’ve got a list of the top 10 below. Since Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs...
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Like in 2009, back-to-back could tilt this Stanley Cup Final
After Tampa beat Dallas in OT Friday, it's right back for Game 5 on Saturday, in just the second final with a back-to-back since the mid-1950s.
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What is the shortest overtime game in NHL playoff history?
The 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full gear and with all the excitement we thought we’d share the 10 shortest overtime games in NHL Playoff history. Since hockey’s return on August 1, we’ve watched...
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Kevin Shattenkirk finds redemption after unlucky bounce
A year after looking to get his career back on track, Shattenkirk is a win away from being a Stanley Cup champion.
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Point, Shattenkirk help Bolts push Stars to brink
Kevin Shattenkirk nets the overtime winner and Brayden Point strikes twice as Tampa edges Dallas 5-4 in Game 4 to move within one win of the Stanley Cup.
3 Takeaways: Penalty controversies, Seguin produces
What leads to and follows penalties, plus a silver lining for Stars after Lightning put them on the brink in Game 4.
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Power play crucial in Bolts' Cup lead vs. Stars
The Lightning's dominance on the power play is a major contributor to their big 3-1 series lead over the Stars in the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
Shattenkirk's rocket puts Bolts one win from Cup
Kevin Shattenkirk picks up a pass from Victor Hedman and snaps a quick shot past Anton Khudobin on the power play to win Game 4 in OT and give Tampa a 3-1 series lead.
Lightning one win from Stanley Cup after winning Game 4 OT thriller vs. Stars
The Lightning push the Stars to the brink thanks to a hot power play -- and amid some controversy.
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Pavelski's spin move redirected as Stars tie game
Joe Pavelski wraps around the net and turns with the puck before firing it on net, where it bounces off traffic in front and past Andrei Vasilevskiy to make it 4-4 for Dallas.
Killorn goes top cheddar to put Bolts in front
Alex Killorn picks up the puck and wraps around behind before turning and sniping the puck past Anton Khudobin to give Tampa a 4-3 lead in the first.
Lightning’s Vasilevskiy stretches for amazing save vs. Stars in Game 4
Nicholas Caamano could not beat Vasilevskiy on what looked like a sure backhand goal.
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Vasilevskiy extends pad for unreal stop on Caamano
Andrei Vasilevskiy sticks with Nick Caamano in front as he attempts to score to the backhand, going to the splits and pushing out his leg in time to keep it a one-goal hockey game for the Bolts.
Gourde cashes in on odd bounce to even score at 3
Yanni Gourde gets to the slot and gets his stick on a rebound that went off of Esa Lindell's skate before one-timing into the empty net past Anton Khudobin to make it 3-3 for Tampa near the end of the...
Perry crashes crease to give Stars 3-2 lead
Tyler Seguin fails to convert 1-on-1 against Andrei Vasilevskiy and banks the puck to the front, where Corey Perry speeds in and cleans up on the doorstep to put Dallas in front yet again.
Point bats puck out of mid-air to tie it for Bolts
Brayden Point gets to the front and puts his hand-eye coordination on display, knocking a high feed from Alex Killorn out of the air and past Anton Khudobin to tie the game at 2 for Tampa.
Point shows off silky mitts to get Bolts on board
Brayden Point picks up a pass from Ondrej Palat and breaks away, deking before ripping the puck past Anton Khudobin to bring Tampa to 2-1.
Pavelski's short-side snipe makes it 2-0 Stars
Joe Pavelski gets to the middle and picks up a pass from Jamie Benn, going in all alone before firing a quick shot past Andrei Vasilevskiy to put Dallas up by two.
Klingberg nets own rebound to put Stars up 1-0
John Klingberg puts on a one-man show and charges into the offensive zone, firing a shot from the slot before picking up the rebound and rocketing it past Andrei Vasilevskiy to open the scoring for Dallas.
Lightning vs. Stars: 3 keys to Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final
Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBC and the NBC Sports app.
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Canadiens re-sign Jeff Petry to 4-year, $25 million extension
He has become one of the Canadiens best and most important players.
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Stars need to find way to get their top line going
Coverage of Lightning-Stars Game 4 begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBC and the NBC Sports app.
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Stanley Cup Final: Stamkos to miss Game 4, not ruled out for series
He played just a little less than three minutes in the Lightning Game 3 win on Wednesday night.
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Senators waive Bobby Ryan for purposes of a buyout
Ryan was this season's Masterton Trophy winner.
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