How to play for the Stanley Cup in the playoffs
With the NHL’s first-round playoff series against the Anaheim Ducks approaching, here are some tips to help you get ready for the best part of the season.
Article continues belowArticle continues aboveThe playoffs are fast approaching and there’s no better time than the moment to get ready.
Here’s what you need to know for the playoffs.1.
You can watch it online2.
You don’t need to have a subscription3.
You’re not limited to one game4.
There are plenty of options to watch it live and over-the-air, so you don’t have to go all-in to get the most out of the experience5.
You have access to unlimited games and viewing options6.
You are allowed to watch as many games as you want7.
You will be able to rewind and skip games8.
You’ll have access on the big screen for the full series9.
You get to watch the games you like and enjoy the best moments10.
The Stanley Cup is back in the Stanley Hotel and Casino in Anaheim, California for the first time since the first round in 2006.
The Stanley Cup, which has been retired since 2010, will be back at the Anaheim Resort and Casino for the final time this season.
Here’s what to expect when the Stanley Series kicks off:How much does the Stanley CUP cost?
The Stanley Series starts at 7 p.m.
ET on Saturday, May 13 and runs through Tuesday, May 16, 2019.
The NHL has made it a point to offer a wide range of ticket options.
For more information on how to purchase tickets, please visit the NHL ticketing page.
The Anaheim Ducks are coming off their first playoff appearance since 2009 and are coming out on top of their first-ever Stanley Cup.
Here are some things to know about the Ducks and their Stanley Cup-winning team.1: The Ducks are 3-0 in the series, with two victories and one tie.
They are the only team to have won three consecutive playoff series.2: The Anaheim Ducks will face the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 on Sunday, May 18.3: The San Jose Ducks will play the San Diego Sharks in the Western Conference Final on Wednesday, May 20.4: The St. Louis Blues will play against the Nashville Predators in Game 2 on Friday, May 22.5: The Chicago Blackhawks will face off against the Arizona Coyotes in Game 3 on Saturday and Sunday.6: The Boston Bruins will play on Thursday, May 25 against the Edmonton Oilers in the first of two meetings.7: The Montreal Canadiens will play at the Boston Bruins on Friday and Saturday in Game 4.8: The Los Angeles Kings will play in Game 5 on Monday, May 26 in San Jose.9: The Colorado Avalanche will play Game 6 on Tuesday, June 1 against the Vancouver Canucks in Calgary.10: The Toronto Maple Leafs will play a series of five games against the New Jersey Devils, with Game 1 coming on Friday night at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.11: The Columbus Blue Jackets will play three games against Winnipeg Jets in the second round of the playoffs on Tuesday and Wednesday.12: The Detroit Red Wings will play five games on Thursday against the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference Final series.13: The Buffalo Sabres will play four games on Friday against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 8 of their series against Florida.14: The Winnipeg Jets will play seven games on Saturday against the Columbus Blue Jays in Game 9 of their Atlantic Division Final series against Toronto.15: The Minnesota Wild will play one game on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the third round of their playoff series in Game 10.16: The Edmonton Oilers will play two games against Toronto in the fifth round of a playoff series on Monday.17: The Nashville Predators will play six games against New Jersey on Thursday.18: The Washington Capitals will play eight games on Tuesday against the St. John’s IceCaps in the Eastern Conference Finals.19: The Tampa Bay Lighting will play nine games against Montreal on Thursday and Friday.20: The Ottawa Senators will play 10 games on Wednesday against the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 11 of their third-round series against Pittsburgh.21: The Florida Panthers will play 11 games on Sunday versus the Nashville Stars in Game 12 of their fourth-round postseason series.22: The Pittsburgh Penguins will play 13 games on Monday against the Minnesota Wild in Game 13 of their second-round game against Ottawa.23: The Calgary Flames will play 14 games on June 7 versus the Anaheim Flames in Game 14 of their Western Conference First Round series against Nashville.24: The Arizona Coyotes will play 16 games on July 1 versus the Florida Panthers in Game 15 of their fifth-round contest against Dallas.25: The New Jersey Islanders will play 17 games on August 12 versus the Washington Capitals in Game 16 of their seventh-round round series against Philadelphia.26: The Philadelphia Flyers will play 18 games on September 15 versus the Pittsburgh Penguins in