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2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Bracket, schedule, scores originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

After a laborious season, the chase for the Cup is underway.

There will be four rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs – including the First Round, the Second Round, the Conference Championships/Semifinals and the Stanley Cup Final. Each series in all rounds will be a best-of-seven series. Sixteen teams total made the Stanley Cup playoffs, eight from the Eastern Conference and eight from the Western Conference.

The eight teams from the Eastern Conference are the Florida Panthers, Carolina Hurricanes, Toronto Maple Leafs, Tampa Bay Lightning, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals.

As for the Western Conference, we have the Colorado Avalanche, Calgary Flames, Minnesota Wild, St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, Nashville Predators and Dallas Stars.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs:

How to watch the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs

How can I watch the Stanley Cup Playoffs on TV?

Disney (ESPN, ABC) and Turner Sports (TNT, TBS) have agreed to new deals with the NHL. Half of the games for the first three rounds will be on TNT and the other half will either be on ESPN or ABC.

Playoff coverage will be available for Canadian viewers via Sportsnet.

Stanley Cup Playoff Bracket: First Round

Western Conference

Colorado Avalanche (1) vs. Nashville Predators (WC2): Colorado advances 4-0

Minnesota Wild (2) vs. St. Louis Blues (3): St. Louis advances 4-2

  • Game 1: St. Louis won 4-0

  • Game 2: Minnesota won 6-2

  • Game 3: Minnesota won 5-1

  • Game 4: St. Louis won 5-2

  • Game 5: St. Louis won 5-2

  • Game 6: St. Louis won 5-1

Calgary Flames (1) vs. Dallas Stars (WC1)

  • Game 1: Calgary won 1-0

  • Game 2: Dallas won 2-0

  • Game 3: Dallas won 4-2

  • Game 4: Calgary won 4-1

  • Game 5: Calgary won 3-1

  • Game 6: Friday, May 13 at 9:30 p.m. ET (TNT)

  • Game 7: Sunday, May 15 at time TBD (if necessary)

Edmonton Oilers (2) vs. Los Angeles Kings (3)

  • Game 1: Los Angeles won 4-3

  • Game 2: Edmonton won 6-0

  • Game 3: Edmonton won 8-2

  • Game 4: Los Angeles won 4-0

  • Game 5: Los Angeles won 5-4 (OT)

  • Game 6: Edmonton won 4-2

  • Game 7: Saturday, May 14 at 10 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Eastern Conference

Florida Panthers (1) vs. Washington Capitals (WC2)

  • Game 1: Washington won 4-2

  • Game 2: Florida won 5-1

  • Game 3: Washington won 6-1

  • Game 4: Florida won 3-2

  • Game 5: Florida won 5-3

  • Game 6: Friday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. ET (NBC)

  • Game 7: Sunday, May 15 at time TBD (if necessary)

Toronto Maple Leafs (2) vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (3)

  • Game 1: Toronto won 5-0

  • Game 2: Tampa Bay won 5-3

  • Game 3: Toronto won 5-2

  • Game 4: Tampa Bay won 7-3

  • Game 5: Toronto won 4-3

  • Game 6: Tampa Bay won 4-3

  • Game 7: Saturday, May 14 at 7 p.m. ET (TNT)

Carolina Hurricanes (1) vs. Boston Bruins (WC1)

New York Rangers (2) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (3)

  • Game 1: Pittsburgh won 4-3 (3OT)

  • Game 2: New York won 5-2

  • Game 3: Pittsburgh 7-4

  • Game 4: Pittsburgh won 7-2

  • Game 5: New York won 5-3

  • Game 6: Friday, May 13 at 7 p.m. ET (TNT)

  • Game 7: Sunday, May 15 at time TBD (if necessary)

Source: Yahoo Sports

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