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NHL Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2022

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs 2022

NHL 2022 - 2023

The 2021-22 NHL regular season has come to an end, and Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs has begun. The Florida Panthers clinched the Eastern Conference with the best record in the league despite losing the last matchup in the regular season. The Carolina Hurricanes clinched the Metropolitan Division with 54 wins and 8 overtime losses.

Despite closing the regular season with back-to-back defeats, the Colorado Avalanche clinched the Western Conference with a record of 56-19-7. The Calgary Flames clinched the Pacific Division having finished seven points clear of second-placed Edmonton Oilers. The Predators made the playoffs despite finishing fifth in the Central Division.

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NHL Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the NHL teams to win the Stanley Cup 2021 is listed below with the top teams that have better chances of lifting the Cup this season.

How to Live Stream 2020-21 NHL?

NHL.tv streams all the NHL games with various options in relation to convenience of the US viewers.

Other ways for the American viewers include, NBC, NBCSN, regional NBC, FOX sports network, NHL network and NHL Center Ice.

FuboTV and Sling TV are other streaming services which bring the swift action to your screens.

Stanley Cup Final 2022: Colorado Avalanche vs Tampa Bay Lightning prediction:

Game 5: Lightning @ Avalanche

The Tampa Bay Lightning are on the road to meet the Colorado Avalanche at Ball Arena in Game 5 of the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals series. Tampa Bay failed to capitalise on the home advantage in a thriller Game 4, Colorado notched a 3-2 overtime victory to lead the series 3-1. Nazem Kadri sealed the deal for the visitors with his OT winner. The Avs will now look to clinch the Stanley Cup Finals with a victory in Game 5. Nathan MacKinnon netted his first goal of the Finals, taking his playoff total to a franchise-best 12. Darcy Kuemper made 37 saves in the win for the Avalanche.

Tampa Bay’s eight-game winning streak at home was snapped in the loss. Anthony Cirelli and Victor Hedman scored the goals for the Bolts. Seabrook remains out for Tampa Bay with a shoulder injury while Brayden Point, Cernak and Cirelli are questionable. Colorado will have to hit the ice without Girard and perhaps Burakovsky as well. The Avs will likely capitalise on the home advantage to win Game 5 and the Stanley Cup.

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