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Ep#2 May10th@2pmET CandidFrankLive Stanley Cup Playoff Talk with Kelly and Serge

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ROUND 2
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Montreal Canadiens vs. Tampa Bay Lightning - Lightning lead series 3-2
New York Rangers vs. Washington Capitals - Capitals lead series 3-2
 
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Anaheim Ducks vs. Calgary Flames - Ducks lead series 3-1
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Minnesota Wild - Blackhawks win series 4-0

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Michal Rozsival will miss the remainder of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

Calgary Flames coach Bob Hartley hopes they have a little bit of surprise left.Trailing the Anaheim Ducks 3-1 in the best-of-7 Western Conference Second Round, Hartley is resolute heading into Game 5 at Honda Center on Sunday (10 p.m. ET; NBCSN, SN, TVA Sports)."There's a full belief and my message is, 'Shock the hockey world,'" Hartley said. "That's what we're trying to do every day and it's nothing new to us. It's just rewind and press play. Playoffs, anything can happen, and especially in our situation. We want to keep going. This has been a great season for us. I know how resilient our players have been. It's not that we're down 1-3 or that we didn't win in Anaheim.

"We need to win one game. Let's win one game, let's bring it back to the 'C of Red,' and after this, let's see what happens. We need to win [Sunday] night, plain and simple."

NEWARK, N.J. -- When Joshua Harris was announced as co-owner and chairman of the New Jersey Devils in August 2013, he was adamant about being in it to win it.After not qualifying for the Stanley Cup Playoffs the past three seasons, New Jersey has reached the postseason once in the past five and has finished no higher than fourth in its division.Harris, a self-proclaimed impatient individual driven to succeed in whatever he does, is confident that the recent addition of Ray Shero as general manager

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