NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that the league's regular season was officially over due to the coronavirus pandemic and that 24 instead of the usual 16 teams would advance to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Philadelphia Flyers are back on the ice and fans are counting down the days for the home opener at the Wells Fargo Center on October 9th.
Stanley Cup elimination game. It’s times and games like this one where you really find out what your team is made of.
Game 2 was very different from the opening game of the series and it may be indicative of how the rest of this series will be played out.
Game 1 ended in a 6-5 win for the Blackhawks in a game where defense was completely thrown out the window, hopefully they play real hockey in game 2.
The upstart Chicago Blackhawks get ready to host the resilient Philadelphia Flyers in what should be a hard hitting and exciting Stanley Cup Final.
After being down 3-0 in the series, the Flyers have stormed back to force a seventh game against the Boston Bruins. Who will advance?
The Bruins have a chance to drive the final nail into the coffin of the Flyers season tonight.
The Bruins stole Game 1 in overtime behind Marc Savard’s heroic game winner, who will win Game 2?