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2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs: schedules, results, TV info for each 2nd-round series

NHL: Carolina Hurricanes at New York Rangers
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The second round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs features all four division winners and three of the four teams that finished second in their division during the regular season.

The lone exception is the Colorado Avalanche, who were third in the tightly-contested Central Division. They knocked off the second-place Winnipeg Jets in the first round and will face the top team in the Central, and entire Western Conference, the Dallas Stars in Round 2.

The Stars rallied from down 2-0 to eliminate the defending Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights, winning Game 7 on home ice, 2-1. Dallas was one of two teams that had to win a Game 7 to reach the second round of these playoffs. The Boston Bruins also did so, after losing Games 5 and 6 to the Toronto Maple Leafs. David Pastrnak scored early in overtime in Game 7 to send the Bruins into the second round against the well-rested Florida Panthers.

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The Panthers were one of four teams to win their first series in five games, along with the Carolina Hurricanes, Edmonton Oilers and Avalanche. The New York Rangers, who won the Presidents’ Trophy as the best NHL regular-season team, were the only team to advance in a sweep, taking out the Washington Capitals in four straight games.

Now, let’s look ahead to the second round.

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2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs: schedules, results, TV info for each 2nd-round series

NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Tampa Bay Lightning at Florida Panthers
The Florida Panthers have advanced to the second round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs to play the Boston Bruins — Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports Credit: Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s all you need to know for each series in the second round of the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Eastern Conference

New York Rangers (M1) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (M2)

Game 1 – Rangers 4 – Hurricanes 3 (New York leads 1-0)

Game 2 – Rangers 4 – Hurricanes 3 2OT (New York leads 2-0)

Game 3 – Rangers 3 – Hurricanes 2 OT (New York leads 3-0)

Game 4 – Hurricanes 4 – Rangers 3 (New York leads 3-1)

Game 5 – Hurricanes 4 – Rangers 1 (New York leads 3-2)

Game 6 – Rangers 5 – Hurricanes 3 (New York wins 4-2)

Florida Panthers (A1) vs. Boston Bruins (A2)

Game 1 – Bruins 5 – Panthers 1 (Boston leads 1-0)

Game 2 – Panthers 6 – Bruins 1 (Series tied 1-1)

Game 3 – Panthers 6 – Bruins 2 (Florida leads 2-1)

Game 4 – Panthers 3 – Bruins 2 (Florida leads 3-1)

Game 5 – Bruins 2 – Panthers 1 (Florida leads 3-2)

Game 6 – Panthers 2 – Bruins 1 (Florida wins 4-2)

Western Conference

NHL: Vancouver Canucks at Edmonton Oilers
Edmonton Oilers forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins battles Vancouver Canucks captain Quinn Hughes — Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports

Vancouver Canucks (P1) vs. Edmonton Oilers (P2)

Game 1 – Canucks 5 – Oilers 4 (Vancouver leads 1-0)

Game 2 – Oilers 4 – Canucks 3 OT (Series tied 1-1)

Game 3 – Canucks 4 – Oilers 3 (Vancouver leads 2-1)

Game 4 – Oilers 3 – Canucks 2 (Series tied 2-2)

Game 5 – Canucks 3 – Oilers 2 (Vancouver leads 3-2)

Game 6 – Oilers 5 – Canucks 1 (Series tied 3-3)

Game 7 – Oilers 3 – Canucks 2 (Edmonton wins 4-3)

Dallas Stars (C1) vs. Colorado Avalanche (C3)

Game 1 – Avalanche 4 – Stars 3 OT (Colorado leads 1-0)

Game 2 – Stars 5 – Avalanche 3 (Series tied 1-1)

Game 3 – Stars 4 – Avalanche 1 (Dallas leads 2-1)

Game 4 – Stars 5 – Avalanche 1 (Dallas leads 3-1)

Game 5 – Avalanche 5 – Stars 3 (Dallas leads 3-2)

Game 6 – Stars 2 – Avalanche 1 2OT (Dallas wins 4-2)

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