Stanley Cup Finals 2018

The Stanley Cup Finals 2018 is the current championship series of the National Hockey League (NHL)’s 2017–18 season, and the culmination of the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs. It will end no later than June 13, 2018, with the Stanley Cup Finals to determine the winner of the Stanley Cup.

Imagine telling someone at the beginning of the NHL season that the Vegas Golden Knights and the seemingly cursed Washington Capitals. And yet, here we are, two teams that have defied the odds every step of the way this year. No matter who wins this series, someone is getting their first Cup. The Golden Knights in their inaugural season, or the Capitals in their 44th year.

The 2018 Stanley Cup Finals are set to feature the Washington Capitals of the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference’s Vegas Golden Knights, two teams that have a combined zero championships between them. The Caps have only reached this stage once before in their 43-year history, getting swept by the Detroit Red Wings back in 1998.

Vegas has had the fortune and skill to make a run in their very first year of existence, becoming the only expansion team in NHL history to not only have a winning record, but also to make the playoffs and now be favored to win it all.  Where to find 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs games where you live.

When the 2018 NHL Playoffs are finished and the Eastern Conference and Western Conference champions are the only ones left standing, you’ll find the NHL Stanley Cup Schedule For 2018 Here! Game 3 of the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals is tonight, a contest that will break the tie between the Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights.

If the Lightning win Wednesday’s Eastern Conference Game 7 against the Capitals, Games 1 and 2 of the Cup Final will take place in Florida. If the Capitals win, they’ll start in Las Vegas. Vegas Golden Knights vs Washington Capitals: Stanley Cup Finals 2018 Live.

Most of San Jose’s success is earned through strong play in net from Martin Jones and a well-rounded attack that receives a boost every time blueliner Brent Burns, who recorded nine shots on goal in Game 1, sets up camp at the point.

If the Sharks sustain the same pressure from Game 1, they will have plenty of opportunities to take a 2-0 series lead.

Anaheim must improve its discipline in order to get into a rhythm at full strength, which would allow more time for the top lines to be out on the ice together to create havoc in front of the San Jose net.

The Ducks need more production out of Ryan Getzlaf, who produced just one shot on goal in Game 1. If the 32-year-old gets going, the Ducks should feed off his energy and put in an improved showing.