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NHL Playoffs Tickets – NHL teams for Conference Quarterfinals Set

The teams have finally set for the National Hockey League Conference Quarter-finals. Both the Western Conference and Eastern Conference teams are full of those looking for a run to the Stanley Cup. Below is a summary of all the matchups, with series AD in the Eastern Conference and EH series in the Western Conference. The best way is to experience the action will be living there, and hockey fans can <a href=""> NHL Playoff tickets available </ a> at <a href=""> </ a>.

Series A: Washington Capitals vs. the Montreal Canadiens – the capitals will first host, beginning on 15 April. The Capitals finished first place in the Eastern Conference (First in the league) with a record of 54-15-13. They finished the season winning five of their last six games. The Canadiens have their hands full, as they rank eighth in the conference NHL) with top stars like Ilya Kovalchuk, Zach Parise and Travis Zajac. They will compete against each other Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and Chris Pronger of the Philadelphia Flyers, who were ranked seventh Place (18th in the league).

Series C: Buffalo Sabres beat the Boston Bruins – Sabres stars like Derek Roy, Tim Connolly and Jason Pominville assisted the team nab a third place ranking with a record of 45-27-10. The Boston Bruins were sixth in the conference with a record of 39-30-13 and stars like Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci Zdeno Chara and.

Series D Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators – Simply the most exciting game in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Matchup is: This urge to secure a draw. The Penguins are the defending Stanley Cup champion and fourth place in their conference. Right behind them are the Ottawa Senators, the already Penguins with stars like Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin will fight with weapons of their own as Daniel Alfredsson and Mike Fisher.

Series E: San Jose Sharks against Colorado Avalanche – The San Jose Sharks ended on top of the Western Conference with a record of 51-20-11. They have many scoring threats like Patrick Marleau, Heatley and Dan Joe Thornton. The eighth rank-Avalanche is a surprise with the help of experiments stars like Chris Stewart, Matt Duchene and Paul Stastny.

Series F: Chicago Blackhawks vs Nashville Predators – The Black Hawks finished just behind the Sharks with a 52-22-8 record and third in the league. Her powerful offense is Patrick Duncan Keith, Kane and Jonathan Toews led. The Predators reached the seventh place spot with the help of Patric Hornqvist, Martin Erat and Steve Sullivan.

Series G: Vancouver Canucks against the Los Angeles Kings – The Vancouver Canucks were in the third and the fifth conference in the league. The Kings had a hard time pursuing the twin Canucks' Stars have, Henrik and Daniel Sedin. The Kings will try to work with stars like Anze Kopitar counter, Drew Doughty and Dustin Brown.

Series H: Phoenix Coyotes vs Detroit Redwings – Matchup This is perhaps the most interesting throughout the Conference Semifinals. The Phoenix Coyotes fought hard until the end of the season in the fourth their conference finish. Despite higher rank than the Red Wings, the Coyotes will have no easy victories during the series. has made the Red Wings, the Stanley Cup Finals the last Season and know what it takes to make it to the top spot.

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