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Battle of Alberta - Game 3

Flames come out flat in Game 3 as Oilers take series lead

With the opportunity to take home ice advantage away from the Oilers, the Flames struggled out of the gate, allowing 21 shots in the first period and four goals in the second en route to a 4-1 Game 3 win for Edmonton to give them a 2-1 series lead. Salim Valji has more.

Salim Valji

Salim Valji

Hurricanes vs. Rangers - Game 3

Panthers vs. Lightning - Game 3

Lightning put Panthers on brink with Game 3 win

Steven Stamkos scored two goals and Nikita Kucherov had a goal and three assists and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Florida Panthers 5-1 to move to the brink of another trip to the Eastern Conference final on Sunday.

Lightning put Panthers on brink with Game 3 win

Avs Take Game 3

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Button: 'McDavid has single-handedly changed how the Flames play'

The TSN Hockey panel weighed in on how Connor McDavid has fundamentally changed how the Flames play, the record-setting performance by Leon Draisaitl, how Evander Kane has ended up being the perfect fit, and more after a dominant Game 3 win by the Oilers.

Button on how McDavid has tilted series in his team's favour

Jay Onrait was joined by TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button, who discussed Connor McDavid's impact on the Battle of Alberta, and more as the Oilers took a 2-1 series lead on Sunday.

Dreger: 'McDavid has reached yet another level we didn't think was humanly possible'

TSN Hockey insider Darren Dreger joined Jay Onrait to discuss Connor McDavid's magical playoff run so far, and how Leon Draisaitl, Evander Kane and Mike Smith have served as a great supporting cast.

Rishaug on Draisaitl producing while injured: 'It's mind-boggling what he's pulling off'

TSN Oilers reporter Ryan Rishaug discussed what has impressed him the most about Leon Draisaitl in the second round, and how Mike Smith has turned things around after a shaky start to the series.

Elite offences are overwhelming defences in the NHL playoffs

Scoring and expected scoring are up in the postseason, but don’t blame it all on goaltending, Travis Yost writes.

Travis Yost

Travis Yost

Battle of Alberta - Game 2

Hurricanes go up 2-0 over Rangers

Raanta, Hurricanes shut out Rangers for 2-0 series lead

Brendan Smith scored a shorthanded goal late in the second period while Antti Raanta finished with 21 saves to help the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 2-0 on Friday night, taking a 2-0 lead in their second-round playoff series.

Raanta, Hurricanes shut out Rangers for 2-0 series lead

Lightning vs. Panthers - Game 2

Blues vs. Avalanche - Game 2

Perron scores twice; Blues even series with Avs

David Perron scored twice as St. Louis switched up its line combinations, Jordan Binnington made 30 saves and the Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-1 on Thursday night to tie their second-round series at a game apiece.

Perron scores twice; Blues even series with Avs

Game 1 - Battle of Alberta

Flames' goal is to survive the McDavid minutes

The Flames have depth, but the Oilers have star power. Barring a complete goaltending collapse, the outcome of that clash will decide the latest chapter in the Battle of Alberta, Travis Yost writes.

Travis Yost
- Travis Yost
Flames' goal is to survive the McDavid minutes

Hurricanes win Game 1

Lightning vs. Panthers - Game 1

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win Game 1

Pierre-Edouard Bellemare scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period, Andrei Vasilevskiy remained red-hot with 34 saves and the Tampa Bay Lightning topped the Florida Panthers 4-1 in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series Tuesday night.

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win Game 1

Blues vs. Avalanche - Game 1

Manson scores OT winner as Avs take Game 1 over Blues

Josh Manson scored 8:02 into overtime, Darcy Kuemper made 23 saves in his return to the net from an eye injury, and the Colorado Avalanche overcame a sluggish start to beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Tuesday night in Game 1 of their second-round series.

Manson scores OT winner as Avs take Game 1 over Blues

A legend is laid to rest

Farewell to The Flower

Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur was remembered at a national funeral Tuesday as a father, a teammate and a person of exceptional generosity who inspired generations of Quebecers both on and off the ice.

Farber: Like Lafleur, this funeral was all inclusive

John Lu is joined by Michael Farber to reflect on the state funeral held for Montreal legend Guy Lafleur. Just as Lafleur always did, the Canadiens made sure the proceedings were inclusive for everyone who attended.

Gagnon reflects on Guy Lafleur's legacy and how he should be honoured

After the state funeral in honour of Guy Lafleur, Francois Gagnon joins John Lu to explain how Quebec can honour the legend's legacy and what kind of impact the service will have on the current Canadiens players that attended.

Cournoyer: Guy, was Guy Lafleur

Yvan Cournoyer joins Gino Reda to reflect on the time he got to play with Guy Lafleur and why they became even better friends after their playing days together.

Sittler and McDonald reflect on having to play against Lafleur

Darryl Sittler and Lanny McDonald reflect on the incredible career of Guy Lafleur and what it was like having to play against him back in their playing days.

Cournoyer reflects on Lafleur's tough decision to retire

Yvan Cournoyer knew Guy Lafleur was going to be a great player from the first time he saw him and knew his decision to retire was a tough one for the 31-year old.

Roy remembers his first time meeting the great Guy Lafleur

Patrick Roy says everyone idolized Guy Lafleur growing up and shares the story of the first time he met the legend when he first joined the Canadiens.

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Lu on Lafleur tribute: 'This was an all-time moment for Bell Centre crowds'

TSN Montreal reporter John Lu described the atmosphere in the Bell Centre during Guy Lafleur's tribute ceremony on Sunday night.

'Guy always wanted to help people when he could': Houle on Lafleur's legacy

Rejean Houle comments on the passing of Guy Lafleur, Houle says that Lafleur was a great leader and the perfect example for a player looking to play in the 'big leagues'. Houle adds that Lafleur was very compassionate and generous and wanted to help people whenever he could.

Gainey reminisces playing with Lafleur and the comradery they forged

Veteran Montreal Canadiens player Bob Gainey talks about the loss of Guy Lafleur and the impact that he had. Gainey also touches on the Montreal Canadiens franchise as a whole and how it's engrained in those that become apart of it.

Nilan on Lafleur: 'He was a special guy'

Former Montreal Canadiens' forward Chris Nilan reflects on his time playing with Guy Lafleur, how kind Lafleur to was him, and what it means to him to be able to celebrate Lafleur's life.

Cournoyer says of Lafleur: 'You don't forget guys like him; On and off the ice'

Montreal Canadiens' legend Yvan Cournoyer spoke about losing a man he called his friend, teammate, and a part of his family on a night the Canadiens will be celebrating the life of Guy Lafleur.

'Hopefully they make Guy proud': Canadiens set to honour Lafleur at Bell Centre

The Montreal Canadiens will honour the life and legacy of Guy Lafleur at the Bell Centre ahead of their game against the Boston Bruins, and head coach Martin St. Louis says he's hoping his team will "make Guy, and the entire province of Quebec proud."

National funeral for Lafleur to be held May 3 in Montreal

The family of late Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur has agreed to national funeral for hockey great, to be held May 3.

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