Has he done enough to win the award even if the Vegas Golden Knights lose in the Stanley Cup Final?
by: Ed Stein — Fansided: Pucks of a Feather 9m
Last night the Washington Capitals advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals. They will faceoff against the Vegas Golden Knights. Pucks of a Feather our staff pre...
by: Jacob Bogage — Washington Post 20m
The expansion team made it to the Stanley Cup finals in its first season.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 57m
The best one would be Alex Ovechkin finally having an opportunity to play for the Stanley Cup. So since 2008, Ovechkin now has 58 playoff goals. He is first in goals per-game.
How did we get here? Is the Vegas Golden Knights’ success random or an indictment of all the flailing franchises?
by: Scott Stinson — National Post 1h
Marc-Andre Fleury's play at least maintained the old saw that goaltending is key in the playoffs
by: Kevin Allen and Jimmy Hascup and Mike Brehm and Jace Evans, USA TODAY — Detroit Free Press 1h
Regardless of what happens, history will be made in the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Final. Let our experts make their picks -- Capitals or Golden Knights?
by: J.J. from Kansas — SB Nation: Winging It In Motown 1h
No matter who lifts the chalice at the end of this series, Red Wings fans can be happy.
by: email@example.com (Down Goes Brown) — Down Goes Brown 2h
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by: Todd Panula — Fansided: Bleedin' Blue 2h
The St. Louis Blues are a team trying to decide which direction they need to go in. However, the Washington Capitals might give the team hope that the wind...
by: Dave Lozo — Vice Sports 2h
The Ovechkin playoff narrative about not being a winner is the dumbest thing in hockey. We can only hope that it's dead after he led the Washington Capitals to the Stanley Cup Final.
by: Trevor Beggs — The Hockey Writers 2h
While Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith look to make history in Las Vegas, Dale Tallon has nothing but time to consider if the Florida Panthers would have been Stanley Cup bound with the Golden Knights top two players still in his lineup.