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The NHL playoff schedule is out and the grueling battle for the Stanley Cup begins Wednesday. [url=https://www.cheapraptors.com

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The NHL playoff schedule is out and the grueling battle for the Stanley Cup begins Wednesday. Toronto Raptors Gear . The Tampa Bay Lightning clinched second place in the Atlantic, giving them the home-ice edge in a matchup against the Montreal Canadiens that gets under way on Wednesday. Every Canadiens playoff game can be heard live on TSN Radio 690 Montreal or at TSN.ca/Montreal. The NHL on TSNs coverage begins Wednesday at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt, as the Pacific Division champion Anaheim Ducks face the Dallas Stars, who are back in the postseason for the first time since 2008 after securing the Wests second wild-card spot. TSNs other featured matchups for the first round include the Central Division-leading Colorado Avalanche taking on the Minnesota Wild, the Atlantic Division champion Boston Bruins facing the Detroit Red Wings and the New York Rangers taking on the Philadelphia Flyers. Joining the NHL on TSN as a guest analyst for the first round is Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo. The two-time Olympic gold medallist will be in the TSN Studio to provide his insight and analysis during the opening round. The following is the postseason schedule for Round 1, as released by the league on Sunday: EASTERN CONFERENCE FIRST-ROUND MATCHUPS SERIES A - Boston Bruins vs. Detroit Red Wings TIME (ET), NETWORKS Friday, April 18 - 7:30pm: Detroit at Boston (NBCSN, TSN) Sunday, April 20 - 3pm: Detroit at Boston (NBC, TSN) Tuesday, April 22 - 7:30pm: Boston at Detroit (NBCSN, TSN) Thursday, April 24 - 8pm: Boston at Detroit (NBCSN, TSN) *Saturday, April 26 - 3pm: Detroit at Boston (NBC, TSN) *Monday, April 28 - TBD: Boston at Detroit (TSN) *Wednesday, April 30 - TBD: Detroit at Boston (TSN) SERIES B - Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Montreal Canadiens TIME (ET), NETWORKS Wednesday, April 16 - 7pm: Montreal at Tampa Bay (CBC, RDS, CNBC) Friday, April 18 - 7pm: Montreal at Tampa Bay (CBC, RDS, CNBC) Sunday, April 20 - 7pm: Tampa Bay at Montreal (CBC, RDS, NBCSN) Tuesday, April 22 - 7pm: Tampa Bay at Montreal (CBC, RDS, NHLN U.S.) *Thursday, April 24 - 7pm: Montreal at Tampa Bay (CBC, RDS, CNBC) *Sunday, April 27 - TBD: Tampa Bay at Montreal (CBC, RDS, NBCSN) Tuesday, April 29 - TBD: Montreal at Tampa Bay (CBC, RDS) SERIES C - Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets TIME (ET), NETWORKS Wednesday, April 16 - 7:30pm: Columbus at Pittsburgh (NBCSN, CBC) Saturday, April 19 - 7pm: Columbus at Pittsburgh (NBCSN, CBC) Monday, April 21 - 7pm: Pittsburgh at Columbus (NBCSN, CBC) Wednesday, April 23 - 7pm: Pittsburgh at Columbus (NBCSN, CBC) *Saturday, April 26 - TBD: Columbus at Pittsburgh (CBC) *Monday, April 28 - TBD: Pittsburgh at Columbus (CBC) *Wednesday, April 30 - TBD: Columbus at Pittsburgh (CBC) SERIES D - New York Rangers vs. Philadelphia Flyers TIME (ET), NETWORKS Thursday, April 17 - 7pm: Philadelphia at NY Rangers (CNBC, TSN) Sunday, April 20 - Noon Philadelphia at NY Rangers (NBC, TSN) Tuesday, April 22 - 8pm: NY Rangers at Philadelphia (NBC, TSN) Friday, April 25 - 7pm: NY Rangers at Philadelphia (CNBC, TSN) *Sunday, April 27 - Noon Philadelphia at NY Rangers (NBC, TSN) *Tuesday, April 29 - TBD: NY Rangers at Philadelphia (TSN) *Wednesday, April 30 - TBD: Philadelphia at NY Rangers (TSN) WESTERN CONFERENCE FIRST-ROUND MATCHUPS SERIES E - Colorado Avalanche vs. Minnesota Wild TIME (ET), NETWORKS Thursday, April 17 - 9:30pm: Minnesota at Colorado (CNBC, TSN) Saturday, April 19 - 9:30pm: Minnesota at Colorado (NBCSN, TSN) Monday, April 21 - 8pm: Colorado at Minnesota (NHLN U.S., (TSN) Thursday, April 24 - 9:30pm: Colorado at Minnesota (CNBC, TSN2) *Saturday, April 26 - TBD: Minnesota at Colorado (TSN) *Monday, April 28 - TBD: Colorado at Minnesota (TSN) *Wednesday, April 30 - TBD: Minnesota at Colorado (TSN) SERIES F - St. Louis Blues vs. Chicago Blackhawks TIME (ET), NETWORKS Thursday, April 17 - 8pm: Chicago at St. Louis (NBCSN, CBC) Saturday, April 19 - 3pm: Chicago at St. Louis (NBC, CBC) Monday, April 21 - 8:30pm: St. Louis at Chicago (CNBC, CBC) Wednesday, April 23 - 9:30pm: St. Louis at Chicago (NBCSN, CBC) *Friday, April 25 - 8pm: Chicago at St. Louis (NBCSN, CBC) *Sunday, April 27 - 3pm: St. Louis at Chicago (NBC, CBC) *Tuesday, April 29 - TBD: Chicago at St. Louis (CBC) SERIES G - Anaheim Ducks vs. Dallas Stars TIME (ET), NETWORKS Wednesday, April 16 - 10pm: Dallas at Anaheim (NBCSN, TSN) Friday, April 18 - 10pm: Dallas at Anaheim (NBCSN, TSN) Monday, April 21 - 9:30pm: Anaheim at Dallas (NBCSN, TSN) Wednesday, April 23 - 8pm: Anaheim at Dallas (CNBC, TSN) *Friday, April 25 - 10:30pm: Dallas at Anaheim (NBCSN, TSN) *Sunday, April 27 - TBD: Anaheim at Dallas (TSN) *Tuesday, April 29 - TBD: Dallas at Anaheim (TSN) SERIES H - San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings TIME (ET), NETWORKS Thursday, April 17 - 10:30pm: Los Angeles at San Jose (NBCSN, CBC) Sunday, April 20 - 10pm: Los Angeles at San Jose (NBCSN, CBC) Tuesday, April 22 - 10pm: San Jose at Los Angeles (NBCSN, CBC) Thursday, April 24 - 10:30pm: San Jose at Los Angeles (NBCSN, CBC) *Saturday, April 26 - TBD: Los Angeles at San Jose (NBCSN, CBC) *Monday, April 28 - TBD: San Jose at Los Angeles (CBC) *Wednesday, April 30 - TBD: Los Angeles at San Jose (CBC) Anthony Parker Jersey . Louis second-period goal increased the New York Rangers lead but Dustin Brown has countered for the Los Angeles Kings who now trail the New York Rangers 2-1 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at Madison Square Garden. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Jersey .com) - The Minnesota Twins made it official on Wednesday, announcing the signing of outfielder Torii Hunter to a one-year contract. https://www.cheapraptors.com/323a-dell-curry-jersey-raptors.html . Pospisil, whose season-ending goal is to improve his ATP Tour ranking enough to qualify for one of the 32 seedings at Januarys Australian Open, dominated Karlovic in 59 minutes. The world No. 40 never faced a break point and limited the big mans threatening ace count to a mere eight, while striking five key aces of his own.LAS VEGAS -- Uriah Hall limped away from UFC 175 with a win and a toe pointing in another direction. The 29-year-old middleweight from New York City broke his toe in the first round against Brazils Thiago Santos on Saturday night. And things got more gruesome after that. The crowd at the Mandalay Bay Events Center first noticed the injury when the cameras zoomed in on the disfigured toe after the first round. There was an audible groan around the arena when it was shown on the big screens. Hall came out for the second round, with the top of the toe next to his big toe sticking up almost vertically. "I remember throwing a front kick and he blocked it but I didnt realize I had broken my toe," Hall said later. "I was putting it in my head that it wasnt broken but I kept looking down and seeing it. I tried to pop it back in after the round ended before the (Nevada State Athletic) Commission inspectors came over and saw it but they were too quick for me. "In the moment you just feel numb and luckily that pushes you on in the fight. But in between rounds it creeps into your mind that you should stop so Im very thankful for my coaches who kept my head in the game and supported me the whole way through. . . . In that third round I just thought to myself this is my time to prove to everyone that I have what it takes.. Antonio Davis Jersey. I left it all out there." The ringside physician spoke to Hall after the second round but let him finish. By the end of the fight, the dislodged bone had poked a hole through the skin. Hall (10-4) won by unanimous decision, admitting that he could feel the bone shifting in and out of his skin as the bout wore on. He limped out of the cage with his arm around a cornermans shoulder. His toe was pointed in a different direction. "It was a pretty nasty break," UFC president Dana White said by way of understatement. Hall was taken to hospital after the fight, tweeting pictures of medical staff at work put his toe back where it should be. He also tweeted an X-ray of the broken toe with the message: "If youre not going after your dreams, you just exist." He added the hashtag .toemuchtoohandle. Hall won rave reviews from White for his early performances on Season 17 of "The Ultimate Fighter." But he was beaten in the finale of the reality TV show and lost his first two fights in the UFC, leading White to question his mental toughness. "It was good to see him let his hand go tonight and fight through a broken toe," said White. "Hes back, I like it." The win was the second straight for Hall, following a first-round TKO of Chris (The Crippler) Leben. ' ' '

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