NHL Entry Draft 2019


2019 NHL Draft

Top draft pick: Rasmus Dahlin
Picked by: Buffalo Sabres

2018 NHL Draft

Date(s) June 22–23, 2018
Location Dallas, Texas
First selection Rasmus Dahlin
Selected by: Buffalo Sabres

Draft Lottery

Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Buffalo 18.5 16.5 14.4 50.6
Ottawa 13.5 13.0 12.3 33.3 27.9
Arizona 11.5 11.3 11.1 13.2 37.7 15.2
Montreal 9.5 9.6 9.7 2.8 26.1 34.0 8.3
Detroit 8.5 8.7 8.9 8.4 34.5 26.7 4.3
Vancouver 7.5 7.8 8.0 16.3 38.9 19.4 2.1
Chicago 6.5 6.8 7.1 26.0 39.5 13.1 1.0
NY Rangers 6.0 6.3 6.7 36.8% 36.0 7.8 0.4
Edmonton 5.0 5.3 5.7 48.8 30.7 4.3 0.1
NY Islanders 3.5 3.8 4.1 60.5 25.7 2.4 <0.1
Carolina 3.0 3.3 3.6 69.6 19.4 1.1 <0.1
Calgary 2.5 2.7 3.0 78.0 13.3 0.4 <0.1
Dallas 2.0 2.2 2.4 85.5 7.8 0.1
St. Louis 1.5 1.7 1.8 91.8 3.2
Florida 1.0 1.1 1.2 96.7

Top prospects

Ranking North American skaters European skaters
1 Andrei Svechnikov (RW) Rasmus Dahlin (D)
2 Filip Zadina (RW) Adam Boqvist (D)
3 Brady Tkachuk (LW) Isac Lundestrom (C)
4 Quinton Hughes (D) Grigori Denisenko (LW)
5 Evan Bouchard (D) Jacob Olofsson (C)
6 Barrett Hayton (C) Rasmus Kupari (C)
7 Oliver Wahlstrom (RW) Adam Ginning (D)
8 Noah Dobson (D) Dominik Bokk (LW)
9 Serron Noel (RW) Jesperi Kotkaniemi (C)
10 Akil Thomas (C) Vitali Kravtsov (RW)
Ranking North American goalies European goalies
1 Alexis Gravel Jakub Skarek
2 Olivier Rodrigue Amir Miftakhov
3 Jacob Ingham Lukas Dostal

Draftees based on nationality

Rank Country Selections Percent Top selection
North America 125 57.6%
1 Canada 73 33.6% Barrett Hayton, 5th
2 United States 52 24.0% Brady Tkachuk, 4th
Europe 92 42.4%
3 Sweden 30 13.8% Rasmus Dahlin, 1st
4 Russia 20 9.2% Andrei Svechnikov, 2nd
5 Finland 16 7.4% Jesperi Kotkaniemi, 3rd
6 Czech Republic 11 5.1% Filip Zadina, 6th
7 Slovakia 5 2.3% Martin Fehervary, 46th
8 Switzerland 4 1.8% Nico Gross, 101st
9 Belarus 2 0.9% Yegor Sharangovich, 141st
Germany 2 0.9% Dominik Bokk, 25th
11 United Kingdom 1 0.5% Liam Kirk, 189th
Norway 1 0.5% Mathias Emilio Pettersen, 167th

North American Draftees by State/Province

Rank State/Province Selections Percent Top Selection
1 Ontario 31 14.3% Barrett Hayton, 5th
2 Quebec 14 6.4% Nicolas Beaudin, 27th
3 Minnesota 10 4.6% K’Andre Miller, 22nd
4 Manitoba 8 3.7% Jet Woo, 37th
Michigan 8 3.7% Bode Wilde, 41st
6 Alberta 6 2.8% Jacob Bernard-Docker, 26th
Massachusetts 6 2.8% Jake Wise, 69th
British Columbia 6 2.8% Seth Barton, 81st
9 Illinois 5 2.3% Jack Drury, 42nd
10 Saskatchewan 3 1.4% Ty Smith, 17th
New Jersey 3 1.4% Mattias Samuelsson, 32nd
Nova Scotia 3 1.4% Jared McIsaac, 36th
Wisconsin 3 1.4% Ty Emberson, 73rd
14 New York 2 0.9% Joel Farabee, 14th
California 2 0.9% Slava Demin, 99th
Pennsylvania 2 0.9% Mitchell Gibson, 124th
17 Missouri 1 0.5% Brady Tkachuk, 4th
Florida 1 0.5% Quinn Hughes, 7th
Maine 1 0.5% Oliver Wahlstrom, 11th
Prince Edward Island 1 0.5% Noah Dobson, 12th
Texas 1 0.5% Ryan O’Reilly, 98th
Oregon 1 0.5% Jasper Weatherby, 102nd
North Carolina 1 0.5% Tyler Weiss, 109th
Washington 1 0.5% Wyatte Wylie, 127th
New Hampshire 1 0.5% Michael Kesselring, 164th
Colorado 1 0.5% Josiah Slavin, 193rd

 

2017 NHL Entry Draft

Date(s) June 23–24, 2017
Location Chicago, Illinois
First selection Nico Hischier
Selected by: New Jersey Devils

Top prospects

Ranking North American skaters European skaters
1 Nolan Patrick (C) Klim Kostin (C/LW)
2 Nico Hischier (C) Elias Pettersson (C)
3 Casey Mittelstadt (C) Lias Andersson (C)
4 Gabriel Vilardi (C) Miro Heiskanen (D)
5 Michael Rasmussen (C) Martin Necas (C)
6 Cody Glass (C) Timothy Liljegren (D)
7 Owen Tippett (RW) Kristian Vesalainen (LW/RW)
8 Eeli Tolvanen (RW) Urho Vaakanainen (D)
9 Cale Makar (D) Erik Brannstrom (D)
10 Nick Suzuki (C) Jesper Boqvist (C)
Ranking North American goalies European goalies
1 Jake Oettinger Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen
2 Keith Petruzzelli Olle Eriksson Ek
3 Ian Scott Adam Ahman

NHL Schedule 2018 – 19


2018 – 19 NHL Schedule

Saturday, September 15

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Sunday, September 16

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Washington at Boston 10:30 PM 1,367 tickets as low as $23
Philadelphia at New York 10:30 PM 1,257 tickets as low as $16
Arizona at  Vegas 5:30 AM 282 tickets as low as $72

Tuesday, September 18

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Nashville at   Florida 1:00 AM 1,441 tickets as low as $5
Nashville at  Florida 4:30 AM Buy on Vivid Seats
Buffalo at  Columbus 4:30 AM 277 tickets as low as $12
New York   at  Philadelphia 4:30 AM 1,019 tickets as low as $9
New York   at New Jersey 4:30 AM 245 tickets as low as $34
New Jersey at Montreal 5:00 AM 427 tickets as low as $11
Minnesota at Winnipeg 6:30 AM 64 tickets as low as $54
Edmonton at Calgary 6:30 AM 720 tickets as low as $6

Wednesday, September 19

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Pittsburgh at  Buffalo 4:30 AM 825 tickets as low as $5
Chicago at Columbus 4:30 AM 271 tickets as low as $15
Philadelphia at  New York 4:30 AM 1,714 tickets as low as $4
Boston   at  Washington 4:30 AM 2,008 tickets as low as $7
Ottawa   at   Toronto 5:00 AM Buy on Vivid Seats
Carolina at  Tamvpa Bay 5:00 AM 861 tickets as low as $10
St. Louis   at  Dallas 6:00 AM 1,045 tickets as low as $6
Vegas at Colorado 6:30 AM 871 tickets as low as $12
Los Angeles at Arizona 7:30 AM Buy on Vivid Seats
Edmonton   at  Vancouver 7:30 AM 1,182 tickets as low as $19
Arizona at  Los Angeles 8:00 AM 875 tickets as low as $12
Anaheim at  San Jose 8:00 AM 501 tickets as low as $10

Wednesday, September 19

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Tampa Bay   at   Carolina 4:30 AM 235 tickets as low as $9
Philadelphia   at   New York 4:30 AM 1,364 tickets as low as $19
Pittsburgh   at   Detroit 5:00 AM 481 tickets as low as $10
Toronto   at  Ottawa 5:00 AM 1,062 tickets as low as $15
Florida   at  Montreal 5:00 AM 404 tickets as low as $10
St. Louis   at   Minnesota 5:30 AM 751 tickets as low as $21
Calgary at Vancouver 7:30 AM 1,202 tickets as low as $15

Friday, September 21

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New York atNew Jersey 4:30 AM 1,710 tickets as low as $4
Washington atMontreal 4:30 AM 1,095 tickets as low as $26
Chicago at Detroit 5:00 AM 535 tickets as low as $11
Dallas atMinnesota 5:30 AM 532 tickets as low as $18
Los Angeles atVancouver 7:30 AM 1,181 tickets as low as $14
San Jose atAnaheim 7:30 AM 497 tickets as low as $13
Winnipeg at Edmonton 7:30 AM 798 tickets as low as $12
Vegas at Los Angeles 8:00 AM 790 tickets as low as $21

Saturday, September 22

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV TICKETS
Tampa Bay at Nashville 4:30 AM 172 tickets as low as $17
New York atPhiladelphia 4:30 AM 388 tickets as low as $28
Chicago atOttawa 5:00 AM 1,104 tickets as low as $14
Buffalo at Toronto 5:00 AM 1,008 tickets as low as $22
Washington atCarolina 5:00 AM 198 tickets as low as $11
Columbus at St. Louis 5:30 AM 479 tickets as low as $13
Calgary at Winnipeg 5:30 AM 80 tickets as low as $42

2017 – 18 NHL Schedule

Friday, June 8

MATCHUP RESULT TOP PLAYER WINNING GOALIE ATT
Washington

STANLEY CUP FINAL – GAME 5, WSH wins series 4-1

  at  Vegas WSH 4, VGS 3 Lars Eller Braden Holtby 18,529

NHL Awards

2017–18 NHL Awards

Award Recipient(s) Runner(s)-up/Finalists
Stanley Cup Washington Capitals Vegas Golden Knights
Presidents’ Trophy
(Best regular season record)
Nashville Predators Winnipeg Jets
Prince of Wales Trophy
(Eastern Conference champion)
Washington Capitals Tampa Bay Lightning
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
(Western Conference champion)
Vegas Golden Knights Winnipeg Jets
Art Ross Trophy
(Player with most points)
Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) Claude Giroux (Philadelphia Flyers)
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
(Perseverance, Sportsmanship, and Dedication)
Brian Boyle (New Jersey Devils) Roberto Luongo (Florida Panthers)
Jordan Staal (Carolina Hurricanes)
Calder Memorial Trophy
(Best first-year player)
Mathew Barzal (New York Islanders) Brock Boeser (Vancouver Canucks)
Clayton Keller (Arizona Coyotes)
Conn Smythe Trophy
(Most valuable player, playoffs)
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) N/A
Frank J. Selke Trophy
(Defensive forward)
Anze Kopitar (Los Angeles Kings) Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
Sean Couturier (Philadelphia Flyers)
Hart Memorial Trophy
(Most valuable player, regular season)
Taylor Hall (New Jersey Devils) Anze Kopitar (Los Angeles Kings)
Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado Avalanche)
Jack Adams Award
(Best coach)
Gerard Gallant (Vegas Golden Knights) Jared Bednar (Colorado Avalanche)
Bruce Cassidy (Boston Bruins)
James Norris Memorial Trophy
(Best defenseman)
Victor Hedman (Tampa Bay Lightning) Drew Doughty (Los Angeles Kings)

P. K. Subban (Nashville Predators)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy
(Leadership and humanitarian contribution)
Daniel and Henrik Sedin (Vancouver Canucks) P. K. Subban (Nashville Predators)
Jason Zucker (Minnesota Wild)
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
(Sportsmanship and excellence)
William Karlsson (Vegas Golden Knights) Aleksander Barkov (Florida Panthers)
Ryan O’Reilly (Buffalo Sabres)
Ted Lindsay Award
(Outstanding player)
Connor McDavid (Edmonton Oilers) Taylor Hall (New Jersey Devils)
Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado Avalanche)
Mark Messier Leadership Award
(Leadership and community activities)
Deryk Engelland (Vegas Golden Knights) Wayne Simmonds (Philadelphia Flyers)
Blake Wheeler (Winnipeg Jets)
Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
(Top goal-scorer)
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) Patrik Laine (Winnipeg Jets)
NHL Foundation Player Award
(Award for community enrichment)
NHL General Manager of the Year Award
(Top general manager)
George McPhee (Vegas Golden Knights) Kevin Cheveldayoff (Winnipeg Jets)
Steve Yzerman (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Vezina Trophy
(Best goaltender)
Pekka Rinne (Nashville Predators) Connor Hellebuyck (Winnipeg Jets)
Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay Lightning)
William M. Jennings Trophy
(Goaltender(s) of team with fewest goals against)
Jonathan Quick (Los Angeles Kings) Pekka Rinne and Juuse Saros (Nashville Predators)
Lester Patrick Trophy
(Service to ice hockey in U.S.)
N/A

List of 2017–18 NHL Three Star Awards

Weekly

Week First Star Second Star Third Star
October 9, 2017 Alexander Ovechkin
(Washington Capitals)
Marc-André Fleury
(Vegas Golden Knights)
Wayne Simmonds
(Philadelphia Flyers)
October 16, 2017 Nikolaj Ehlers
(Winnipeg Jets)
Auston Matthews
(Toronto Maple Leafs)
Nicklas Backstrom
(Washington Capitals)
October 23, 2017 Steven Stamkos
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
Nikita Kucherov
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
Logan Couture
(San Jose Sharks)
October 30, 2017 John Tavares
(New York Islanders)
Oscar Dansk
(Vegas Golden Knights)
Jean-Gabriel Pageau
(Ottawa Senators)
November 6, 2017 Corey Crawford
(Chicago Blackhawks)
Josh Bailey
(New York Islanders)
Martin Jones
(San Jose Sharks)
November 13, 2017 Jason Zucker
(Minnesota Wild)
Nikita Kucherov
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
Braden Holtby
(Washington Capitals)
November 20, 2017 Teuvo Teravainen
(Carolina Hurricanes)
Frederik Andersen
(Toronto Maple Leafs)
Nathan MacKinnon
(Colorado Avalanche)
November 27, 2017 Jonathan Marchessault
(Vegas Golden Knights)
Sergei Bobrovsky
(Columbus Blue Jackets)
Alexander Ovechkin
(Washington Capitals)
December 4, 2017 Blake Wheeler
(Winnipeg Jets)
Carey Price
(Montreal Canadiens)
Radek Faksa
(Dallas Stars)
December 11, 2017 Brayden Schenn
(St. Louis Blues)
Jake Allen
(St. Louis Blues)
Brian Elliott
(Philadelphia Flyers)
December 18, 2017 Patrick Kane
(Chicago Blackhawks)
Brian Elliott
(Philadelphia Flyers)
Josh Bailey
(New York Islanders)
December 24, 2017 Tuukka Rask
(Boston Bruins)
Mathew Barzal
(New York Islanders)
James Reimer
(Florida Panthers)
January 1, 2018 Connor Hellebuyck
(Winnipeg Jets)
William Karlsson
(Vegas Golden Knights)
David Backes
(Boston Bruins)
January 8, 2018 Patrice Bergeron
(Boston Bruins)
Jonathan Bernier
(Colorado Avalanche)
Sidney Crosby
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
January 15, 2018 Johnny Gaudreau
(Calgary Flames)
Mike Smith
(Calgary Flames)
Phil Kessel
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
January 22, 2018 Nathan MacKinnon
(Colorado Avalanche)
Connor Hellebuyck
(Winnipeg Jets)
Brad Marchand
(Boston Bruins)
January 29, 2018 Brock Boeser
(Vancouver Canucks)
Jack Eichel
(Buffalo Sabres)
Robin Lehner
(Buffalo Sabres)
February 5, 2018 Evgeni Malkin
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
Harri Sateri
(Florida Panthers)
Reilly Smith
(Vegas Golden Knights)
February 12, 2018 Claude Giroux
(Philadelphia Flyers)
Johnny Gaudreau
(Calgary Flames)
Devan Dubnyk
(Minnesota Wild)
February 19, 2018 Nico Hischier
(New Jersey Devils)
Antti Raanta
(Arizona Coyotes)
Mark Scheifele
(Winnipeg Jets)
February 26, 2018 Eric Staal
(Minnesota Wild)
Pekka Rinne
(Nashville Predators)
Ryan Getzlaf
(Anaheim Ducks)
March 5, 2018 Nathan MacKinnon
(Colorado Avalanche)
Patrik Laine
(Winnipeg Jets)
Aleksander Barkov
(Florida Panthers)
March 12, 2018 Patrik Laine
(Winnipeg Jets)
Brad Marchand
(Boston Bruins)
Evgeni Malkin
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
March 19, 2018 Alex Pietrangelo
(St. Louis Blues)
Nathan MacKinnon
(Colorado Avalanche)
Curtis McElhinney
(Toronto Maple Leafs)
March 26, 2018 Connor McDavid
(Edmonton Oilers)
Jake Allen
(St. Louis Blues)
Kyle Connor
(Winnipeg Jets)
April 2, 2018 William Karlsson
(Vegas Golden Knights)
Antti Raanta
(Arizona Coyotes)
Jack Eichel
(Buffalo Sabres)
April 9, 2018 Jamie Benn
(Dallas Stars)
Roberto Luongo
(Florida Panthers)
Claude Giroux
(Philadelphia Flyers)

Monthly

Monthly
Month First Star Second Star Third Star
October Steven Stamkos
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
Nikita Kucherov
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
Jaden Schwartz
(St. Louis Blues)
November Nathan MacKinnon
(Colorado Avalanche)
Frederik Andersen
(Toronto Maple Leafs)
Brayden Schenn
(St. Louis Blues)
December Tuukka Rask
(Boston Bruins)
Josh Bailey
(New York Islanders)
Nikita Kucherov
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
January Evgeni Malkin
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
Patrice Bergeron
(Boston Bruins)
Jonathan Bernier
(Colorado Avalanche)
February Eric Staal
(Minnesota Wild)
Evgeni Malkin
(Pittsburgh Penguins)
Reilly Smith
(Vegas Golden Knights)
March Connor McDavid
(Edmonton Oilers)
Brad Marchand
(Boston Bruins)
John Gibson
(Anaheim Ducks)

Rookie of the Month

Month Player
October Clayton Keller
(Arizona Coyotes)
November Brock Boeser
(Vancouver Canucks)
December Brock Boeser
(Vancouver Canucks)
January Mathew Barzal
(New York Islanders)
February Yanni Gourde
(Tampa Bay Lightning)
March Clayton Keller
(Arizona Coyotes)

2018 NHL Statistics

Scoring leaders

Player Team GP G A Pts +/– PIM
Nikita Kucherov Tampa Bay Lightning 59 31 46 77 +11 32
Evgeni Malkin Pittsburgh Penguins 57 33 37 70 +9 53
Connor McDavid Edmonton Oilers 58 26 43 69 +13 24
Claude Giroux Philadelphia Flyers 59 20 49 69 +14 16
Johnny Gaudreau Calgary Flames 60 19 50 69 +15 10
Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay Lightning 59 24 44 68 +17 24
Blake Wheeler Winnipeg Jets 59 16 51 67 +11 38
Alexander Ovechkin Washington Capitals 59 35 31 66 +9 24
Phil Kessel Pittsburgh Penguins 61 24 42 66 –2 34
Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins 61 19 47 66 –3 44

Leading goaltenders

Player Team GP TOI W L OTL GA SO SV% GAA
Marc-Andre Fleury Vegas Golden Knights 28 1685:02 19 7 2 58 2 .931 2.07
Tuukka Rask Boston Bruins 39 2272:07 24 10 4 82 2 .922 2.17
Connor Hellebuyck Winnipeg Jets 49 2884:01 31 8 8 112 5 .923 2.33
Andrei Vasilevskiy Tampa Bay Lightning 49 2873:25 34 12 2 112 7 .927 2.34
Pekka Rinne Nashville Predators 43 2553:47 30 9 4 100 5 .926 2.35
Antti Raanta Arizona Coyotes 35 1883:30 12 14 6 77 1 .923 2.45
Jonathan Quick Los Angeles Kings 46 2614:51 23 21 2 108 3 .921 2.48
Sergei Bobrovsky Columbus Blue Jackets 48 2892:50 24 19 5 120 4 .918 2.49
John Gibson Anaheim Ducks 46 2626:20 22 15 6 110 1 .925 2.51
Mike Smith Calgary Flames 47 2753:56 23 16 6 116 2 .921 2.53

NHL 2017 Award Winners List

Connor McDavid Hart Memorial Trophy
Brent Burns James Norris Memorial Trophy
Sergei Bobrovsky Vezina Trophy
Auston Matthews Calder Memorial Trophy
Connor McDavid Ted Lindsay Award
John Tortorella Jack Adams Award
Patrice Bergeron Frank J. Selke Trophy
Johnny Gaudreau Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
Connor McDavid Art Ross Trophy
Craig Anderson Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
Sidney Crosby Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
Braden Holtby William M. Jennings Trophy
Nick Foligno King Clancy Memorial Trophy
Travis Hamonic Foundation Player Award
Nick Foligno Mark Messier Leadership Award
David Poile General Manager of the Year Award

NHL 2016 Winners List

Patrick Kane Hart Memorial Trophy
Drew Doughty James Norris Memorial Trophy
Braden Holtby Vezina Trophy
Artemi Panarin Calder Memorial Trophy
Patrick Kane Ted Lindsay Award
Barry Trotz Jack Adams Award
Anže Kopitar Frank J. Selke Trophy
Anže Kopitar Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
Patrick Kane Art Ross Trophy
Jaromír Jágr Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
Alexander Ovechkin Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
Frederik Andersen William M. Jennings Trophy
John Gibson William M. Jennings Trophy
Henrik Sedin King Clancy Memorial Trophy
Mark Giordano Foundation Player Award
Shea Weber Mark Messier Leadership Award
Jim Rutherford General Manager of the Year Aw

2014-15 NHL Season Awards

Trophy Player Name
Hart Memorial Trophy Carey Price
James Norris Memorial Trophy Erik Karlsson
Calder Memorial Trophy Aaron Ekblad
Vezina Trophy Carey Price
Frank J. Selke Trophy Patrice Bergeron
Ted Lindsay Award Carey Price
Art Ross Trophy Jamie Benn
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Jiří Hudler
Jack Adams Award Bob Hartley
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Devan Dubnyk
Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy Alexander Ovechkin
William M. Jennings Trophy Carey Price
William M. Jennings Trophy Corey Crawford
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Henrik Zetterberg
Foundation Player Award Brent Burns
Mark Messier Leadership Award Jonathan Toews
General Manager of the Year Award Steve Yzerman

2013-14 NHL Season Awards

Award Recipient(s) Runner(s)-up/Finalists
Stanley Cup Los Angeles Kings New York Rangers
Presidents’ Trophy
(Best regular-season record)
Boston Bruins Anaheim Ducks
Prince of Wales Trophy
(Eastern Conference champion)
New York Rangers Montreal Canadiens
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
(Western Conference champion)
Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks
Art Ross Trophy
(Top scorer)
Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins) Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks)
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
(Perseverance, Sportsmanship, and Dedication)
TBA
  • Jaromir Jagr (New Jersey Devils)
  • Manny Malhotra (Carolina Hurricanes)
  • Dominic Moore (New York Rangers)
Calder Memorial Trophy
(Best first-year player)
TBA
  • Tyler Johnson (Tampa Bay Lightning)
  • Nathan MacKinnon (Colorado Avalanche)
  • Ondrej Palat (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Conn Smythe Trophy
(Most valuable player, playoffs)
Justin Williams (Los Angeles Kings) TBA
Frank J. Selke Trophy
(Defensive forward)
TBA
  • Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
  • Anze Kopitar (Los Angeles Kings)
  • Jonathan Toews (Chicago Blackhawks)
Hart Memorial Trophy
(Most valuable player, regular season)
TBA
  • Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
  • Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Claude Giroux (Philadelphia Flyers)
Jack Adams Award
(Best coach)
TBA
  • Mike Babcock (Detroit Red Wings)
  • Jon Cooper (Tampa Bay Lightning)
  • Patrick Roy (Colorado Avalanche)
James Norris Memorial Trophy
(Best defenseman)
TBA
  • Zdeno Chara (Boston Bruins)
  • Duncan Keith (Chicago Blackhawks)
  • Shea Weber (Nashville Predators)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy
(Leadership and humanitarian contribution)
TBA TBA
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
(Sportsmanship and excellence)
TBA
  • Patrick Marleau (San Jose Sharks)
  • Ryan O’Reilly (Colorado Avalanche)
  • Martin St. Louis (New York Rangers/Tampa Bay Lightning)
Ted Lindsay Award
(Outstanding player)
TBA
  • Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
  • Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Claude Giroux (Philadelphia Flyers)
Mark Messier Leadership Award
(Leadership and community activities)
TBA
  • Dustin Brown (Los Angeles Kings)
  • Ryan Getzlaf (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Jonathan Toews (Chicago Blackhawks)
Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
(Top goal-scorer)
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) Corey Perry (Anaheim Ducks)
NHL Foundation Player Award
(Award for community enrichment)
TBA
  • Brent Burns (San Jose Sharks)
  • Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
  • Duncan Keith (Chicago Blackhawks)
NHL General Manager of the Year Award
(Top general manager)
TBA
  • Marc Bergevin (Montreal Canadiens)
  • Dean Lombardi (Los Angeles Kings)
  • Bob Murray (Anaheim Ducks)
Vezina Trophy
(Best goaltender)
TBA
  • Ben Bishop (Tampa Bay Lightning)
  • Tuukka Rask (Boston Bruins)
  • Semyon Varlamov (Colorado Avalanche)
William M. Jennings Trophy
(Goaltender(s) of team with fewest goals against)
Jonathan Quick (Los Angeles Kings) Tuukka Rask & Chad Johnson (Boston Bruins)
Lester Patrick Trophy
(Service to ice hockey in U.S.)
TBA

NHL Awards 2013

Award Recipient(s) Runner(s)-up
Stanley Cup Chicago Blackhawks Boston Bruins
Presidents’ Trophy
(Best regular-season record)
Chicago Blackhawks Pittsburgh Penguins
Prince of Wales Trophy
(Eastern Conference champion)
Boston Bruins Pittsburgh Penguins
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl
(Western Conference champion)
Chicago Blackhawks Los Angeles Kings
Art Ross Trophy
(Top scorer)
Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay Lightning) Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
(Perseverance, Sportsmanship, and Dedication)
Josh Harding (Minnesota Wild) Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Adam McQuaid (Boston Bruins)
Calder Memorial Trophy
(Best first-year player)
Jonathan Huberdeau (Florida Panthers) Brendan Gallagher (Montreal Canadiens)
Brandon Saad (Chicago Blackhawks)
Conn Smythe Trophy
(Most valuable player, playoffs)
Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks)
Frank J. Selke Trophy
(Defensive forward)
Jonathan Toews (Chicago Blackhawks) Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
Pavel Datsyuk (Detroit Red Wings)
Hart Memorial Trophy
(Most valuable player, regular season)
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins)
John Tavares (New York Islanders)
Jack Adams Award
(Best coach)
Paul MacLean (Ottawa Senators) Bruce Boudreau (Anaheim Ducks)
Joel Quenneville (Chicago Blackhawks)
James Norris Memorial Trophy
(Best defenseman)
P. K. Subban (Montreal Canadiens) Kris Letang (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Ryan Suter (Minnesota Wild)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy
(Leadership and humanitarian contribution)
Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
(Sportsmanship and excellence)
Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay Lightning) Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks)
Matt Moulson (New York Islanders)
Ted Lindsay Award
(Outstanding player)
Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins) Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals)
Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Mark Messier Leadership Award
(Leadership and community activities)
Daniel Alfredsson (Ottawa Senators) Dustin Brown (Los Angeles Kings)
Jonathan Toews (Chicago Blackhawks)
Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy
(Top goal-scorer)
Alexander Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning)
NHL Foundation Player Award
(Award for community enrichment)
Henrik Zetterberg (Detroit Red Wings)
NHL General Manager of the Year Award
(Top general manager)
Ray Shero (Pittsburgh Penguins) Marc Bergevin (Montreal Canadiens)
Bob Murray (Anaheim Ducks)
NHL Plus-Minus Award
(Highest plus/minus value)
Pascal Dupuis (Pittsburgh Penguins) Chris Kunitz (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Vezina Trophy
(Best goaltender)
Sergei Bobrovsky (Columbus Blue Jackets) Henrik Lundqvist (New York Rangers)
Antti Niemi (San Jose Sharks)
William M. Jennings Trophy
(Goaltender(s) of team with fewest goals against)
Corey Crawford and Ray Emery (Chicago Blackhawks)
Lester Patrick Trophy
(Service to ice hockey in U.S.)
TBA

NHL Awards 2012

Award Recipient(s)
Stanley Cup Los Angeles Kings
Presidents’ Trophy Vancouver Canucks
Prince of Wales Trophy New Jersey Devils
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Los Angeles Kings
Art Ross Trophy Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Max Pacioretty (Montreal Canadiens)
Calder Memorial Trophy Gabriel Landeskog (Colorado Avalanche)
Conn Smythe Trophy Jonathan Quick (Los Angeles Kings)
Frank J. Selke Trophy Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
Hart Memorial Trophy Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Jack Adams Award Ken Hitchcock (St. Louis Blues)
James Norris Memorial Trophy Erik Karlsson (Ottawa Senators)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Daniel Alfredsson (Ottawa Senators)
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Brian Campbell (Florida Panthers)
Ted Lindsay Award Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Mark Messier Leadership Award Shane Doan (Phoenix Coyotes)
Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy Steven Stamkos (Tampa Bay Lightning)
NHL Foundation Player Award Mike Fisher (Nashville Predators)
NHL General Manager of the Year Award Doug Armstrong (St. Louis Blues)
NHL Plus-Minus Award Patrice Bergeron (Boston Bruins)
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Brian Elliott (St. Louis Blues)
Vezina Trophy Henrik Lundqvist (New York Rangers)
William M. Jennings Trophy Brian Elliott and Jaroslav Halak (St. Louis Blues)
Lester Patrick Trophy

NHL Awards 2011

Award Recipient(s)
Stanley Cup Boston Bruins
Presidents’ Trophy Vancouver Canucks
Prince of Wales Trophy Boston Bruins
Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Vancouver Canucks
Art Ross Trophy Daniel Sedin (Vancouver Canucks)
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Ian Laperriere (Philadelphia Flyers)
Calder Memorial Trophy Jeff Skinner (Carolina Hurricanes)
Conn Smythe Trophy Tim Thomas (Boston Bruins)
Frank J. Selke Trophy Ryan Kesler (Vancouver Canucks)
Hart Memorial Trophy Corey Perry (Anaheim Ducks)
Jack Adams Award Dan Bylsma (Pittsburgh Penguins)
James Norris Memorial Trophy Nicklas Lidstrom (Detroit Red Wings)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Doug Weight (New York Islanders)
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Martin St. Louis (Tampa Bay Lightning)
Ted Lindsay Award Daniel Sedin (Vancouver Canucks)
Mark Messier Leadership Award Zdeno Chara (Boston Bruins)
Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard Trophy Corey Perry (Anaheim Ducks)
NHL General Manager of the Year Award Mike Gillis (Vancouver Canucks)
NHL Plus/Minus Award Zdeno Chara (Boston Bruins)
Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Tim Thomas (Boston Bruins)
Vezina Trophy Tim Thomas (Boston Bruins)
William M. Jennings Trophy Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider (Vancouver Canucks)
Lester Patrick Trophy

NHL Power Rankings 2018 – 2019

NHL Power Rankings 2018 – 19

Updated soon…

NHL Power Rankings 2017 – 2018 (Last Week)

  • 1. Tampa Bay Lightning
    2017-18 record: 54-23-5 
  • 2. Nashville Predators
    2017-18 record: 53-18-11 
  • 3. Winnipeg Jets
    2017-18 record: 52-20-10 
  • 4. Washington Capitals
    2017-18 record: 49-26-7 
  • 5. Vegas Golden Knights
    2017-18 record: 51-24-7 
  • 6. Boston Bruins
    2017-18 record: 50-20-12 
  • 7. Pittsburgh Penguins
    2017-18 record: 47-29-6 
  • 8. San Jose Sharks
    2017-18 record: 45-27-10 
  • 9. Columbus Blue Jackets
    2017-18 record: 45-30-7 
  • 10. Toronto Maple Leafs
    2017-18 record: 46-24-7 
  • 11. New Jersey Devils
    2017-18 record: 44-29-9 
  • 12. Los Angeles Kings
    2017-18 record: 45-29-8 
  • 13. Minnesota Wild
    2017-18 record: 45-26-11 
  • 14. Colorado Avalanche
    2017-18 record: 43-30-9 
  • 15. St. Louis Blues
    2017-18 record: 44-32-6 
  • 16. Philadelphia Flyers
    2017-18 record: 42-26-14 
  • 17. Chicago Blackhawks
    2017-18 record: 33-39-10 
  • 18. Edmonton Oilers
    2017-18 record: 36-40-6 
  • 19. Anaheim Ducks
    2017-18 record: 44-25-13 
  • 20. Dallas Stars
    2017-18 record: 42-32-8 
  • 21. New York Islanders
    2017-18 record: 35-37-10 
  • 22. Carolina Hurricanes
    2017-18 record: 36-35-11 
  • 23. Florida Panthers
    2017-18 record: 44-30-8 
  • 24. Calgary Flames
    2017-18 record: 37-35-10 
  • 25. New York Rangers
    2017-18 record: 34-39-9 
  • 26. Detroit Red Wings
    2017-18 record: 30-39-13 
  • 27. Buffalo Sabres
    2017-18 record: 25-45-12 
  • 28. Montreal Canadiens
    2017-18 record: 29-40-13 
  • 29. Vancouver Canucks
    2017-18 record: 31-40-11 
  • 30. Ottawa Senators
    2017-18 record: 28-43-11 
  • 31. Arizona Coyotes
    2017-18 record: 29-41-12

NHL Free Agents 2018 – 2019


2017 NHL Free Agents
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Karl Alzner D 29 Signed Washington Montreal 5 $23,125,000 July 1, 2017
Josh Anderson RW 23 Re-signed Columbus Columbus 3 $5,550,000 October 2, 2017
Viktor Arvidsson RW 24 Re-signed Nashville Nashville 7 $29,500,000 July 22, 2017
Francois Beauchemin D 37 Signed Colorado Anaheim 1 $1,000,000 August 21, 2017
Beau Bennett RW 26 Signed Pittsburgh St. Louis 1 $650,000 July 1, 2017
Jonathan Bernier G 29 Signed Los Angeles Colorado 1 $2,750,000 July 1, 2017
Nick Bonino C 29 Signed Pittsburgh Nashville 4 $16,400,000 July 1, 2017
Brian Boyle C 32 Signed Toronto New Jersey 2 $5,100,000 July 1, 2017
Connor Brown RW 23 Re-signed Toronto Toronto 3 $6,300,000 August 26, 2017
Andre Burakovsky LW 22 Re-signed Washington Washington 2 $6,000,000 July 4, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Alexander Burmistrov C 26 Signed Arizona Vancouver 1 $900,000 July 1, 2017
Michael Cammalleri LW 35 Signed New Jersey Los Angeles 1 $1,000,000 July 1, 2017
Alex Chiasson RW 27 Signed Calgary Washington 1 $660,000 October 4, 2017
Matt Cullen C 41 Signed Pittsburgh Minnesota 1 $1,000,000 August 16, 2017
Trevor Daley D 34 Signed Pittsburgh Detroit 3 $9,498,000 July 1, 2017
Michael Del Zotto D 27 Signed Philadelphia Vancouver 2 $6,000,000 July 1, 2017
David Desharnais C 31 Signed Edmonton NY Rangers 1 $1,000,000 July 4, 2017
Leon Draisaitl C 22 Re-signed Edmonton Edmonton 8 $68,000,000 August 16, 2017
Anthony Duclair LW 22 Re-signed Arizona Arizona 1 $1,200,000 September 3, 2017
Brian Dumoulin D 26 Re-signed Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 6 $24,600,000 July 24, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Brian Elliott G 32 Signed Calgary Philadelphia 2 $5,500,000 July 1, 2017
Radek Faksa C 23 Re-signed Dallas Dallas 3 $6,600,000 July 10, 2017
Mike Fisher C 37 Retired Nashville TBD
Christian Folin D 26 Signed Minnesota Los Angeles 1 $850,000 July 1, 2017
Cody Franson D 30 Signed Buffalo Chicago 1 $1,000,000 October 4, 2017
Byron Froese C 26 Signed Tampa Bay Montreal 2 $1,300,000 July 1, 2017
Sam Gagner C 28 Signed Columbus Vancouver 3 $9,450,000 July 1, 2017
Brian Gionta RW 38 UFA Buffalo TBD
Dan Girardi D 33 Signed NY Rangers Tampa Bay 2 $6,000,000 July 1, 2017
Zemgus Girgensons C 23 Re-signed Buffalo Buffalo 2 $3,200,000 August 17, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Tanner Glass LW 34 RFA NY Rangers Calgary 1 $650,000 October 3, 2017
Mikael Granlund C 25 Re-signed Minnesota Minnesota 3 $17,250,000 August 1, 2017
Philipp Grubauer G 26 Re-signed Washington Washington 1 $1,500,000 July 6, 2017
Ron Hainsey D 36 Signed Pittsburgh Toronto 2 $6,000,000 July 1, 2017
Martin Hanzal C 30 Signed Minnesota Dallas 3 $14,250,000 July 1, 2017
Scott Hartnell LW 35 Signed Columbus Nashville 1 $1,000,000 July 1, 2017
Jimmy Hayes RW 28 Signed Boston New Jersey 1 $700,000 October 1, 2017
Connor Hellebuyck G 24 Re-signed Winnipeg Winnipeg 1 $2,250,000 July 24, 2017
Ales Hemsky RW 34 Signed Dallas Montreal 1 $1,000,000 July 3, 2017
Matt Hendricks C 36 RFA TBD TBD
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Peter Holland C 26 Signed Arizona Montreal 2 $1,350,000 July 1, 2017
Bo Horvat C 22 Re-signed Vancouver Vancouver 6 $33,000,000 September 8, 2017
Jiri Hudler LW 33 UFA Dallas TBD
Matt Hunwick D 32 Signed Toronto Pittsburgh 3 $6,750,000 July 1, 2017
Jarome Iginla RW 40 UFA Los Angeles TBD
Jaromir Jagr RW 45 Signed Florida Calgary 1 $1,000,000 October 2, 2017
Ryan Johansen C 25 Re-signed Nashville Nashville 8 $64,000,000 July 28, 2017
Chad Johnson G 31 Signed Calgary Vancouver 1 $2,500,000 July 1, 2017
Tyler Johnson C 27 Re-signed Tampa Bay Tampa Bay 7 $35,000,000 July 10, 2017
Jussi Jokinen LW 34 Signed Florida Edmonton 1 $1,100,000 July 7, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Josh Jooris C 27 Signed Arizona Carolina 1 $775,000 July 1, 2017
Dwight King LW 28 UFA Montreal TBD
Darcy Kuemper G 27 Signed Minnesota Los Angeles 1 $650,000 July 1, 2017
Dmitry Kulikov D 27 UFA Buffalo Winnipeg
Chris Kunitz LW 38 Signed Pittsburgh Tampa Bay 1 $2,000,000 July 1, 2017
Evgeny Kuznetsov C 25 Re-signed Washington Washington 8 $62,400,000 July 2, 2017
Robin Lehner G 26 Re-signed Buffalo Buffalo 1 $4,000,000 July 25, 2017
Bryan Little C 30 RFA TBD TBD
Andrei Markov D 38 Signed Montreal KHL 2 July 30, 2017
Patrick Marleau LW 38 Signed San Jose Toronto 3 $18,750,000 July 2, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Steve Mason G 29 Signed Philadelphia Winnipeg 2 $8,200,000 July 1, 2017
Jay McClement C 34 UFA Carolina TBD
Ryan Miller G 37 Signed Vancouver Anaheim 2 $4,000,000 July 1, 2017
Dominic Moore C 37 Signed Boston Toronto 1 $1,000,000 July 1, 2017
Ryan Murphy D 24 Signed Carolina Minnesota 1 $700,000 July 1, 2017
Nino Niederreiter RW 25 Re-signed Minnesota Minnesota 5 $26,250,000 July 30, 2017
Antti Niemi G 34 Signed Dallas Pittsburgh 1 $700,000 July 1, 2017
Anders Nilsson G 27 Signed Buffalo Vancouver 2 $5,000,000 July 1, 2017
Johnny Oduya D 36 Signed Chicago Ottawa 1 $1,000,000 July 24, 2017
Jean-Gabriel Pageau C 25 Re-signed Ottawa Ottawa 3 $9,300,000 July 17, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Ondrej Palat LW 26 Re-signed Tampa Bay Tampa Bay 5 $26,500,000 July 14, 2017
P.A. Parenteau RW 34 UFA Nashville TBD
David Pastrnak LW 21 Re-signed Boston Boston 6 $40,000,000 September 14, 2017
Ondrej Pavelec G 30 Signed Winnipeg NY Rangers 1 $1,300,000 July 1, 2017
Tyler Pitlick RW 26 Signed Edmonton Dallas 3 $3,000,000 July 1, 2017
Paul Postma D 28 Signed Winnipeg Boston 1 $725,000 July 1, 2017
Benoit Pouliot LW 31 Signed Edmonton Buffalo 1 $1,150,000 July 1, 2017
Mark Pysyk D 25 Re-signed Florida Florida 3 $8,200,000 July 6, 2017
Kyle Quincey D 32 Signed Columbus Minnesota 1 $1,250,000 July 1, 2017
Alexander Radulov RW 31 Signed Montreal Dallas 5 $31,250,000 July 3, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Ty Rattie RW 24 Signed Carolina Edmonton 1 $700,000 July 1, 2017
Brett Ritchie RW 24 Re-signed Dallas Dallas 2 $3,500,000 July 6, 2017
Derek Ryan C 30 UFA Carolina TBD
Justin Schultz D 27 Re-signed Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 3 $16,500,000 July 1, 2017
Damon Severson D 23 Re-signed New Jersey New Jersey 6 $25,000,000 September 11, 2017
Patrick Sharp LW 35 Signed Dallas Chicago 1 $1,000,000 July 1, 2017
Kevin Shattenkirk D 28 Signed Washington NY Rangers 4 $26,600,000 July 1, 2017
Conor Sheary LW 25 Re-signed Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 3 $9,000,000 July 30, 2017
Ryan Spooner C 25 Re-signed Boston Boston 1 $2,825,000 July 26, 2017
Drew Stafford RW 32 Signed Boston New Jersey 1 $800,000 August 25, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Mark Streit D 40 Signed Pittsburgh Montreal 1 $700,000 July 25, 2017
Tomas Tatar LW 27 Re-signed Detroit Detroit 4 $21,200,000 July 21, 2017
Nate Thompson C 33 Signed Anaheim Ottawa 2 $3,300,000 July 1, 2017
Chris Thorburn RW 34 Signed Winnipeg St. Louis 2 $1,800,000 July 1, 2017
Joe Thornton C 38 Re-signed San Jose San Jose 1 $8,000,000 July 2, 2017
Scottie Upshall RW 34 Re-signed St. Louis St. Louis 1 $800,000 October 1, 2017
Thomas Vanek LW 33 Signed Florida Vancouver 1 $2,000,000 September 1, 2017
Radim Vrbata RW 36 Signed Arizona Florida 1 $3,750,000 July 1, 2017
Jordan Weal C 25 UFA Philadelphia TBD
Alexander Wennberg C 23 Re-signed Columbus Columbus 6 $29,400,000 September 1, 2017
PLAYER POS AGE STATUS 2016-17 TEAM NEW TEAM YEARS DOLLARS SIGNED
Patrick Wiercioch D 27 Signed Colorado Vancouver 1 $650,000 July 1, 2017
Justin Williams RW 36 Signed Washington Carolina 2 $9,000,000 July 1, 2017
Daniel Winnik RW 32 Signed Washington Minnesota 1 $660,000 October 4, 2017
Luke Witkowski RW 27 Signed Tampa Bay Detroit 1 $750,000 July 1, 2017
Nail Yakupov RW 24 UFA St. Louis TBD
Nikita Zadorov D 22 Re-signed Colorado Colorado 2 $4,300,000 September 15, 2017
Mika Zibanejad C 24 Re-signed NY Rangers NY Rangers 5 $26,750,000 July 25, 2017

NHL Rosters 2018 – 2019


Atlantic Division Central Division
New Jersey Devils Rosters New Jersey Devils Chicago Blackhawks Rosters Chicago Blackhawks
New York Islanders Rosters New York Islanders Columbus Blue Jackets Rosters Columbus Blue Jackets
New York Rangers Rosters New York Rangers Detroit Red Wings Rosters Detroit Red Wings
Philadelphia Flyers Rosters Philadelphia Flyers Nashville Predators Rosters Nashville Predators
Pittsburgh Penguins Rosters Pittsburgh Penguins St. Louis Blues Rosters St. Louis Blues
Northeast Division Northwest Division
Boston Bruins Rosters Boston Bruins Colorado Avalanche Rosters Colorado Avalanche
Buffalo Sabres Rosters Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Rosters Calgary Flames
Montreal Canadiens Rosters Montreal Canadiens Edmonton Oilers Rosters Edmonton Oilers
Ottawa Senators Rosters Ottawa Senators Minnesota Wild Rosters Minnesota Wild
Toronto Maple Leafs Rosters Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Rosters Vancouver Canucks
Southeast Division Pacific Division
Winnipeg Jets Anaheim Ducks Rosters Anaheim Ducks
Carolina Hurricanes Rosters Carolina Hurricanes Dallas Stars Rosters Dallas Stars
Florida Panthers Rosters Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Rosters Los Angeles Kings
Tampa Bay Lightning Rosters Tampa Bay Lightning Arizona Coyotes Rosters Arizona Coyotes
Washington Capitals Rosters Washington Capitals San Jose Sharks Rosters San Jose Sharks

NHL Standings 2018 – 2019


NHL Standings 2018-19

updated soon…

NHL Standings 2017-18

Eastern Conference
ATLANTIC GP W L OTL PTS ROW SOW SOL HOME ROAD GF GA DIFF L10 STRK
Tampa Bay Lightning 67 46 17 4 96 41 5 2 23-6-2 23-11-2 245 186 +59 8-1-1 W3
Boston Bruins 64 41 15 8 90 38 3 2 23-7-4 18-8-4 215 163 +52 7-3-0 W4
Toronto Maple Leafs 68 39 22 7 85 33 6 2 22-8-2 17-14-5 223 195 +28 5-3-2 L4
Florida Panthers 64 32 25 7 71 30 2 3 19-9-3 13-16-4 193 204 -11 7-2-1 L1
Detroit Red Wings 66 26 29 11 63 22 4 1 13-13-8 13-16-3 175 199 -24 3-5-2 L4
Montreal Canadiens 66 25 30 11 61 23 2 5 16-10-8 9-20-3 171 206 -35 3-3-4 L2
Ottawa Senators 65 23 32 10 56 21 2 6 14-13-5 9-19-5 177 227 -50 4-5-1 W1
Buffalo Sabres 67 21 35 11 53 21 0 1 10-19-4 11-16-7 160 219 -59 4-5-1 L1
METRO POLITAN GP W L OTL PTS ROW SOW SOL HOME ROAD GF GA DIFF L10 STRK
Pittsburgh Penguins 68 39 25 4 82 37 2 2 25-8-1 14-17-3 224 205 +19 7-3-0 W3
Washington Capitals 66 37 22 7 81 34 3 1 23-9-2 14-13-5 203 197 +6 5-5-0 L1
Philadelphia Flyers 67 34 22 11 79 32 2 6 16-11-6 18-11-5 199 198 +1 6-3-1 L4
New Jersey Devils 67 34 25 8 76 30 4 4 18-13-3 16-12-5 199 203 -4 5-5-0 W1
Columbus Blue Jackets 67 34 28 5 73 28 6 4 20-11-2 14-17-3 180 187 -7 5-4-1 W2
Carolina Hurricanes 67 29 27 11 69 26 3 3 16-12-6 13-15-5 178 204 -26 2-6-2 L2
New York Islanders 67 29 29 9 67 26 3 2 16-12-4 13-17-5 216 241 -25 2-5-3 L7
New York Rangers 67 30 31 6 66 27 3 4 18-13-4 12-18-2 189 212 -23 3-6-1 L1
Western Conference
CENTRAL GP W L OTL PTS ROW SOW SOL HOME ROAD GF GA DIFF L10 STRK
Nashville Predators 66 43 14 9 95 38 5 5 23-7-3 20-7-6 216 168 +48 9-1-0 W9
Winnipeg Jets 66 40 17 9 89 38 2 2 24-7-2 16-10-7 223 175 +48 8-2-0 W3
Minnesota Wild
67 38 22 7 83 35 3 2 24-5-6 14-17-1 210 192 +18 7-2-1 W2
Dallas Stars 67 37 24 6 80 33 4 2 23-10-3 14-14-3 195 176 +19 4-4-2 L2
Colorado Avalanche 66 35 24 7 77 34 1 1 23-8-2 12-16-5 206 195 +11 4-3-3 L2
St. Louis Blues 66 35 26 5 75 32 3 0 20-14-0 15-12-5 180 176 +4 2-6-2 L1
Chicago Blackhawks 67 29 30 8 66 28 1 1 16-14-3 13-16-5 190 196 -6 5-5-0 W1
PACIFIC GP W L OTL PTS ROW SOW SOL HOME ROAD GF GA DIFF L10 STRK
Vegas Golden Knights 66 42 19 5 89 40 2 2 24-7-2 18-12-3 226 184 +42 5-4-1 L1
Anaheim Ducks 67 34 21 12 80 30 4 7 19-9-5 15-12-7 190 183 +7 7-2-1 W3
San Jose Sharks
66 35 22 9 79 31 4 3 19-10-3 16-12-6 196 184 +12 5-4-1 L1
Los Angeles Kings
66 36 25 5 77 34 2 0 16-12-3 20-13-2 192 165 +27 6-4-0 L1
Calgary Flames 68 33 25 10 76 31 2 5 14-15-4 19-10-6 193 200 -7 3-5-2 W1
Edmonton Oilers
66 28 34 4 60 25 3 1 14-17-2 14-17-2 187 219 -32 5-5-0 W1
Vancouver Canucks 67 25 33 9 59 25 0 3 12-16-6 13-17-3 181 219 -38 3-4-3 L1
Arizona Coyotes 66 21 34 11 53 20 1 5 12-18-4 9-16-7 160 214 -54 7-2-1 W1
Glossary
  • GP: Games Played
  • W: Wins
  • L: Losses
  • OTL: Overtime Losses
  • PTS: Points
  • ROW: Regulation and Overtime Wins
  • SOW: Shootout Wins
  • SOL: Shootout Losses
  • HOME: Home Record
  • ROAD: Road Record
  • GF: Goals For
  • GA: Goals Against
  • DIFF: Goal differential
  • L10: Record Last Ten
  • STRK: Streak

NHL Salaries 2018-19

NHL Salaries by Team

Team Name Salary Cap Total Salary Cap Space
Vancouver Canucks $ 64,300,000 $ 61,650,000 $ 2,650,000
Washington Capitals $ 64,300,000 $ 64,050,000 $ 250,000
Pittsburgh Penguins $ 64,300,000 $ 60,750,000 $ 3,550,000
Calgary Flames $ 64,300,000 $ 60,225,000 $ 4,075,000
Boston Bruins $ 64,300,000 $ 58,450,000 $ 5,850,000
New York Rangers $ 64,300,000 $ 58,625,000 $ 5,675,000
Detroit Red Wings $ 64,300,000 $ 58,500,000 $ 5,800,000
Philadelphia Flyers $ 64,300,000 $ 64,900,000 $ 600,000
Montreal Canadiens $  64,300,000 $ 61,375,000 $ 2,925,000
Chicago Blackhawks $ 64,300,000 $ 60,425,000 $ 3,875,000
San Jose Sharks $ 64,300,000 $ 58,000,000 $ 6,300,000
New Jersey Devils $ 64,300,000 $ 56,825,000 $ 7,475,000
Tampa Bay Lightning $ 64,300,000 $ 57,775,000 $ 6,525,000
Columbus Blue Jackets $ 64,300,000 $ 60,975,000 $ 3,325,000
Buffalo Sabres $ 64,300,000 $ 63,200,000 $ 100,000
Minnesota Wild $ 64,300,000 $ 54,225,000 $ 10,075,000
Anaheim Ducks $ 64,300,000 $ 59,450,000 $ 4,850,000
Los Angeles Kings $ 64,300,000 $ 61,975,000 $ 2,325,000
Nashville Predators $ 64,300,000 $ 47,750,000 $ 16,550,000
Toronto Maple Leafs $ 64,300,000 $ 60,775,000 $ 3,525,000
Ottawa Senators $ 64,300,000 $ 48,225,000 $ 16,075,000
Arizona Coyotes $ 64,300,000 $ 50,075,000 $ 14,225,000
Dallas Stars $ 64,300,000 $ 48,050,000 $ 16,250,000
Carolina Hurricanes $ 64,300,000 $ 50,500,000 $ 13,800,000
Edmonton Oilers $ 64,300,000 $ 58,425,000 $ 5,875,000
Colorado Avalanche $ 64,300,000 $ 48,400,000 $ 15,900,000
Winnipeg Jets $ 64,300,000 $ 49,525,000 $ 14,775,000
Florida Panthers $ 64,300,000 $ 52,825,000 $ 11,475,000
St. Louis Blues $ 64,300,000 $ 51,375,000 $ 12,925,000
New York Islanders $ 64,300,000 $ 46,950,000 $ 17,350,000

Highest Paid Player Salaries for NHL 2014 – 2015

 Players Salary Endorsements Total Earnings
Sidney Crosby $12 million $4.5 million $16.5 million
Shea Weber $14 million $100,000 $14.1 million
Alexander Ovechkin $10 million $4 million $14 million
Zach Parise $11 million $800,000 $11.5 million
Henrik Lundqvist $11 million $700,000 $11.4 million
Ryan Suter $11 million $150,000 $11.2 million
Vincent Lecavalier $10.8 million $250,000 $11.2 million
Pavel Datsyuk $10 million $300,000 $11.3 million
Claude Giroux $10 million $250,000 $10.3 million
Phil Kessel $10 million $250,000 $10.3 million

NHL Playoffs 2018-19

NHL Playoffs 2018 -19

updated soon…

NHL Playoffs 2017 -18

updated soon…

NHL Playoffs 2017

Tournament details
Dates April 12–June 2017
Teams 16

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

  1. Montreal Canadiens, Atlantic Division champions – 103 points
  2. Ottawa Senators – 98 points
  3. Boston Bruins – 95 points (42 ROWs)

Metropolitan Division

  1. Washington Capitals, Metropolitan Division champions, Eastern Conference regular season champions, Presidents’ Trophy winners – 118 points
  2. Pittsburgh Penguins – 111 points
  3. Columbus Blue Jackets – 108 points

Wild Cards

  1. New York Rangers – 102 points
  2. Toronto Maple Leafs – 95 points (39 ROWs)

Western Conference

Central Division

  1. Chicago Blackhawks, Central Division champions, Western Conference regular season champions – 109 points
  2. Minnesota Wild – 106 points
  3. St. Louis Blues – 99 points

Pacific Division

  1. Anaheim Ducks, Pacific Division champions – 105 points
  2. Edmonton Oilers – 103 points
  3. San Jose Sharks – 99 points

Wild Cards

  1. Calgary Flames – 94 points (41 ROWs)
  2. Nashville Predators – 94 points (39 ROWs)

Playoff bracket

First Round Second Round Conference Finals Stanley Cup Finals
A1 Montreal 2
WC NY Rangers 4
WC NY Rangers 2
A2 Ottawa 4
A2 Ottawa 4
A3 Boston 2
A2 Ottawa 3
Eastern Conference
M2 Pittsburgh 4
M1 Washington 4
WC Toronto 2
M1 Washington 3
M2 Pittsburgh 4
M2 Pittsburgh 4
M3 Columbus 1
M2 Pittsburgh 4
WC Nashville 2
C1 Chicago 0
WC Nashville 4
WC Nashville 4
C3 St. Louis 2
C2 Minnesota 1
C3 St. Louis 4
WC Nashville 4
Western Conference
P1 Anaheim 2
P1 Anaheim 4
WC Calgary 0
P1 Anaheim 4
P2 Edmonton 3
P2 Edmonton 4
P3 San Jose 2

Stanley Cup Finals

May 29 Nashville Predators 3–5 Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints Arena
May 31 Nashville Predators 1–4 Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints Arena
June 3 Pittsburgh Penguins 1–5 Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena
June 5 Pittsburgh Penguins 1–4 Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena
June 8 Nashville Predators 0–6 Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints Arena
June 11 Pittsburgh Penguins 2–0 Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena

Pittsburgh won series 4–2

2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Dates April 13–June 12, 2016
Teams 16
Final positions
Champions Pittsburgh Penguins
Runner-up San Jose Sharks
Semifinalists
  • St. Louis Blues
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
Tournament statistics
Scoring leader(s) Logan Couture (San Jose)
(30 points)
MVP Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh)

Playoff Bracket

First Round Second Round Conference Finals Stanley Cup Finals
A1  Florida 2
WC  NY Islanders 4
WC  NY Islanders 1
A2  Tampa Bay 4
A2  Tampa Bay 4
A3  Detroit 1
A2  Tampa Bay 3
Eastern Conference
M2  Pittsburgh 4
M1  Washington 4
WC  Philadelphia 2
M1  Washington 2
M2  Pittsburgh 4
M2  Pittsburgh 4
M3  NY Rangers 1
M2  Pittsburgh 4
P3  San Jose 2
C1  Dallas 4
WC  Minnesota 2
C1  Dallas 3
C2  St. Louis 4
C2  St. Louis 4
C3  Chicago 3
C2 St. Louis 2
Western Conference
P3  San Jose 4
P1  Anaheim 3
WC  Nashville 4
WC  Nashville 3
P3  San Jose 4
P2  Los Angeles 1
P3  San Jose 4

2015 NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Eastern Conference

Atlantic Division

  1. Montreal Canadiens – 110 points
  2. Tampa Bay Lightning – 108 points
  3. Detroit Red Wings – 100 points

Metropolitan Division

  1. New York Rangers – 113 points
  2. Washington Capitals – 101 points
  3. New York Islanders – 101 points

Wild Cards

  1. Ottawa Senators – 99 points
  2. Pittsburgh Penguins – 98 points

Western Conference

Central Division

  1. St. Louis Blues – 109 points
  2. Nashville Predators – 104 points
  3. Chicago Blackhawks – 102 points

Pacific Division

  1. Anaheim Ducks – 109 points
  2. Vancouver Canucks – 101 points
  3. Calgary Flames – 97 points

Wild Cards

  1. Minnesota Wild– 100 points
  2. Winnipeg Jets – 99 points

NHL Playoffs Bracket 2015

Division Semifinals
Montreal 4
Ottawa 2
Tampa Bay 4
Detroit 3
NY Rangers 4
Pittsburgh 1
Washington 4
NY Islanders 3
St. Louis 2
Minnesota 4
Nashville 2
Chicago 4
Anaheim Ducks 4
Winnipeg 0
Vancouver 2
Calgary 4
Division Finals

 

Montreal 2
Tampa Bay 4

 

NY Rangers 4
Washington 3

 

Minnesota 0
Chicago 4

 

Anaheim Ducks 4
Calgary 1
Conference Finals

Eastern Conference

Tampa Bay 4
NY Rangers 3

 

Chicago 4
Anaheim Ducks 3

Western Conference

Stanley Cup Finals

 

Tampa Bay 2
Chicago 4

Stanley Cup Finals

June 3 Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena NBC, CBC
June 6 Chicago Blackhawks 3-4 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena NBC, CBC
June 8 Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 Chicago Blackhawks United Center NBCSN, CBC
June 10 Tampa Bay Lightning 1-2 Chicago Blackhawks United Center NBCSN, CBC
June 13 Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena NBC, CBC
June 15 Tampa Bay Lightning 0-2 Chicago Blackhawks United Center NBC, CBC
Chicago won series 4–2

 

Conference Finals

Eastern Conference Final

(M1) New York Rangers vs. (A2) Tampa Bay Lightning

May 16 Tampa Bay Lightning 1-2 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBC
May 18 Tampa Bay Lightning 6-2 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBCSN
May 20 New York Rangers 5-6 OT Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, NBCSN
May 22 New York Rangers 5-1 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, NBCSN
May 24 Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBCSN
May 26 New York Rangers 7-3 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, NBCSN
May 29 Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBCSN
Tampa Bay won series 4–3

Western Conference Final

(P1) Anaheim Ducks vs. (C3) Chicago Blackhawks

May 17 Chicago Blackhawks 1-4 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center CBC, NBC
May 19 Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 3OT Anaheim Ducks Honda Center CBC, NBCSN
May 21 Anaheim Ducks 2-1 Chicago Blackhawks United Center CBC, NBCSN
May 23 Anaheim Ducks 4-5 2OT Chicago Blackhawks United Center CBC, NBC
May 25 Chicago Blackhawks 4-5 OT Anaheim Ducks Honda Center CBC, NBCSN
May 27 Anaheim Ducks 2-5 Chicago Blackhawks United Center CBC, NBCSN
May 30 Chicago Blackhawks 5-3 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center CBC, NBCSN
Chicago won series 4–3

Conference Semifinals

Eastern Conference Semifinals

(A1) Montreal Canadiens vs. (A2) Tampa Bay Lightning

May 1 Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 OT Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC, NBCSN
May 3 Tampa Bay Lightning 6-2 Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC, NBCSN
May 6 Montreal Canadiens 1-2 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, USA
May 7 Montreal Canadiens 6-2 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, NBCSN
May 9 Tampa Bay Lightning 1-2 Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC
May 12 Montreal Canadiens 1-4 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC
Tampa Bay won series 4–2

(M1) New York Rangers vs. (M2) Washington Capitals

April 30 Washington Capitals 2-1 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBCSN
May 2 Washington Capitals 2-3 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden SN, NBC
May 4 New York Rangers 0-1 Washington Capitals Verizon Center CBC, NBCSN
May 6 New York Rangers 1-2 Washington Capitals Verizon Center CBC, NBCSN
May 8 Washington Capitals 1-2 OT New York Rangers Madison Square Garden NBCSN
May 10 New York Rangers 4-3 Washington Capitals Verizon Center TBD
May 13 Washington Capitals 1-2 OT New York Rangers Madison Square Garden TBD
New York won series 4–3

Western Conference Semifinals

(C3) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (WC1) Minnesota Wild

May 1 Minnesota Wild 3-4 Chicago Blackhawks United Center SN, NBCSN
May 3 Minnesota Wild 1-4 Chicago Blackhawks United Center CBC, SN360,NBCSN
May 5 Chicago Blackhawks 1-0 Minnesota Wild Xcel Energy Center CBC, NBCSN
May 7 Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 Minnesota Wild Xcel Energy Center SN, NBCSN
Chicago won series 4–0

(P1) Anaheim Ducks vs. (P3) Calgary Flames

April 30 Calgary Flames 1-6 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center SN, NBCSN
May 3 Calgary Flames 0-3 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center SN, CNBC
May 5 Anaheim Ducks 3-4 OT Calgary Flames Scotiabank Saddledome SN, USA
May 8 Anaheim Ducks 4-2 Calgary Flames Scotiabank Saddledome SN, NBCSN
May 10 Calgary Flames 2-3 OT Anaheim Ducks Honda Center SN
Anaheim won series 4–1

Conference Quarterfinals

Eastern Conference

(A1) Montreal Canadiens vs. (WC1) Ottawa Senators

April 15 Ottawa Senators 3-4 Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC, NHLN,TVA
April 17 Ottawa Senators 2-3 OT Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC, CNBC,TVA
April 19 Montreal Canadiens 2-1 OT Ottawa Senators Canadian Tire Centre CBC, NBCSN,TVA
April 22 Montreal Canadiens 0-1 Ottawa Senators Canadian Tire Centre CBC, USA, TVA
April 24 Ottawa Senators 5-1 Montreal Canadiens Bell Centre CBC, TVA
April 26 Montreal Canadiens 2-0 Ottawa Senators Canadian Tire Centre CBC, TVA
Montreal Won series 4–2

(A2) Tampa Bay Lighting vs. (A3) Detroit Red Wings

April 16 Detroit Red Wings 3-2 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena SN, CNBC
April 18 Detroit Red Wings 1-5 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena CBC, NBC
April 21 Tampa Bay Lightning 0-3 Detroit Red Wings Joe Louis Arena SN, NBCSN
April 23 Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2 OT Detroit Red Wings Joe Louis Arena CBC, NBCSN
April 25 Detroit Red Wings 4-0 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena TBD
April 27 Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2 Detroit Red Wings Joe Louis Arena TBD
April 27 Detroit Red Wings 0-2 Tampa Bay Lightning Amalie Arena TBD
Tampa Bay won series 4–3

(M1) New York Rangers vs. (WC2) Pittsburgh Penguins

April 16 Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC, NBCSN
April 18 Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden CBC NBC
April 20 New York Rangers 2-1 Pittsburgh Penguins Consol Energy Center CBC, NBCSN
April 22 New York Rangers 2-1 OT Pittsburgh Penguins Consol Energy Center SN360, NBCSN
April 24 Pittsburgh Penguins 1-2 New York Rangers Madison Square Garden TBD
New York leads series 4–1

(M2) Washington Capitals vs. (M3) New York Islanders

April 15 New York Islanders 4-1 Washington Capitals Verizon Center SN, USA
April 19 New York Islanders 3-4 Washington Capitals Nassau Coliseum SN, NBC
April 17 Washington Capitals 1-2 OT New York Islanders Verizon Center SN, NBCSN
April 21 Washington Capitals 2-1 OT New York Islanders Nassau Coliseum SN360, USA
April 23 New York Islanders 1-5 Washington Capitals Verizon Center TBD
April 25 Washington Capitals 1-3 New York Islanders Nassau Coliseum TBD
April 27 New York Islanders 1-2 Washington Capitals Verizon Center
Washington won series 4–3

Western Conference

(C1) St. Louis Blues vs (WC1) Minnesota Wild

April 16 Minnesota Wild 4-2 St. Louis Blues Scottrade Center SN360, NBCSN
April 18 Minnesota Wild 1-4 St. Louis Blues Scottrade Center SN, NBC
April 20 St. Louis Blues 0-3 Minnesota Wild Xcel Energy Center SN1, CNBC
April 22 St. Louis Blues 6-1 Minnesota Wild Xcel Energy Center SN360, NBCSN
April 24 Minnesota Wild 4-1 St. Louis Blues Scottrade Center TBD
April 26 St. Louis Blues 1-4 Minnesota Wild Xcel Energy Center TBD
Minnesota Won series 4–2

(C2) Nashville Predators vs. (C3) Chicago Blackhawks

April 15 Chicago Blackhawks 4-3   2OT Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena SN360, NBCSN
April 17 Chicago Blackhawks 2-6 Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena SN, NBCSN
April 19 Nashville Predators 2-4 Chicago Blackhawks United Center SN, NBC
April 21 Nashville Predators 2-3   3OT Chicago Blackhawks United Center SN, NBCSN
April 23 Chicago Blackhawks 2-5 Nashville Predators Bridgestone Arena TBD
April 25 Nashville Predators 3-4 Chicago Blackhawks United Center TBD
Chicago Won series 4–2

(P1) Anaheim Ducks vs (WC2) Winnipeg Jets

April 16 Winnipeg Jets 2-4 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center SN, CNBC
April 18 Winnipeg Jets 1-2 Anaheim Ducks Honda Center SN, NBCSN
April 20 Anaheim Ducks 5-4 OT Winnipeg Jets MTS Centre SN, NBCSN
April 22 Anaheim Ducks 4-0 Winnipeg Jets MTS Centre SN, USA
Anaheim Won series 4–0

(P2) Vancouver Canucks vs. (P3) Calgary Flames

April 15 Calgary Flames 2-1 Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena CBC, USA
April 17 Calgary Flames 1-4 Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena CBC, CNBC
April 19 Vancouver Canucks 2-4 Calgary Flames Scotiabank Saddledome CBC, NBCSN
April 21 Vancouver Canucks 1-3 Calgary Flames Scotiabank Saddledome CBC, USA
April 23 Calgary Flames 1-2 Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena CBC
April 25 Vancouver Canucks 4-7 Calgary Flames Scotiabank Saddledome CBC
Calgary Won series 4–2