Which five current NHL backstoppers have the know-how to net their respective teams the ‘W’ when it comes to the biggest games?
Away from the rink, the Little has been enjoying the time off between series. It’s afforded him the opportunity to indulge in one of his favourite hobbies.
Frederik Andersen thrived when the stakes were highest for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who staved off elimination to skate away with a 3-1 win backed by the Dane's 32-save performance.
Jake Guentzel netted his first five-point NHL outing (4-1–5) and the second hat trick of his young Stanley Cup Playoffs career to help the Pittsburgh Penguins close out their first-round series by eliminating the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 6.
When stakes are high Nicklas Backstrom just has a habit of coming in clutch, and his three-point Saturday night that included the series-swaying, game-winning goal was no different.
Andrew Hammond helped keep the Colorado Avalanche's postseason dreams alive with a 44-save performance in a 3-2 win Friday night to force a Game 6 in the club's first-round series.
The Minnesota Wild never found a way to get it going on the road against the Winnipeg Jets and now find their season over.
Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins to score the go-ahead goal in Thursday night's 3-1 Game 4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Martin Jones turned aside 30 shots in a 2-1 win, going a perfect 4-0 to help the San Jose Sharks sweep their Western Conference First Round against the Anaheim Ducks.
Nick Foligno sent the text message on Sunday to his family members , promising an enjoyable evening of experiencing and watching the NHL playoffs.
Vezina Trophy finalist Connor Hellebuyck turned aside 30 shots on goal for his first NHL career postseason shutout – and the first in Winnipeg Jets franchise history.
Which five current NHL stars have the golden touch when it comes to putting up the points in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
Nathan MacKinnon helped the Avalanche to a huge Game 3 win, earning the game's first star with a pair of goals in Colorado's first win in two years against the Nashville Predators.
Sidney Crosby posted a four-point night to bring him 171 in his NHL postseason career, moving the Pittsburgh Penguins captain one point away from tying Mario Lemieux for the franchise record in postseason points.
David Pastrnak sure did a lot of damage with 15:46 of ice time – including an NHL record and his first postseason hat trick.
Brian Elliott picked up his first Stanley Cup Playoffs win with the Philadelphia Flyers to help even their series at one apiece. Elliott turned aside 34 of 35 shots he faced, including 31 consecutively.
While Evander Kane watched Stanley Cup playoff hockey from his couch during the first eight years of his NHL career, the power forward felt confident he could thrive in the pressurized atmosphere of the post-season if he could only get the chance.
Ahead of his team's 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, Blake Comeau looks back to a 10-game win streak that had him thinking, "This team has a different feel to it."
Marc-Andre Fleury stole the show, and every shot he faced Wednesday night to help the Vegas Golden Knights to a 1-0 win in the team's first Stanley Cup Playoffs appearance.
Originally aired March 27, 2000, we revisit a time when Ray Bourque – one of the best defencemen to ever lace them up in the NHL – was brand new to the Colorado Avalanche and had yet to hoist the Stanley Cup.