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NHL's Stanley Cup playoff matchups set

04/11/2015 11:46 EDT | Updated 06/15/2015 06:59 EDT
The NHL's regular season ended Saturday, and the first-round matchups for the Stanley Cup playoffs are set, including a pair of all-Canadian series.

The schedule will be released on Sunday, but for now, here are the pairings:

EASTERN CONFERENCE

New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

Division winner No. 1 vs. wild card No. 2

Rangers: 53-22-7, 113 points

Penguins: 43-27-12, 98 points

Regular-season series: Rangers won 3-0-1 (Penguins 1-2-1)

Montreal Canadiens vs. Ottawa Senators

Division winner No. 2 vs. wild card No. 1

Canadiens: 50-22-10, 110 points

Senators: 43-26-13, 99 points

Regular-season series: Ottawa won 3-1-0 (Canadiens1-3-0)

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Detroit Red Wings

Atlantic Division No. 2 vs. Atlantic Division No. 3

Lightning: 50-24-8, 108 points

Red Wings: 43-25-14, 100 points

Regular-season series: Lightning won 3-1-0 (Red Wings 1-2-1)

Washington Capitals vs. New York Islanders

Metropolitan Division No. 2 vs. Metropolitan Division No. 3

Capitals: 45-26-11, 101 points​

Islanders: 47-28-7, 101 points

Regular-season series: Capitals won 2-0-2 (Islanders 2-1-1)

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Anaheim Ducks vs. Winnipeg Jets

Division leader No. 1 vs. wild card No. 2

Ducks: 51-24-7, 109 points

Jets:43-26-13, 99 points

Regular-season series: Ducks won 3-0-0 (Winnipeg (0-1-2)

St. Louis Blues vs. Minnesota Wild

Division leader No. 2 vs. wild card No. 1

Blues: 51-24-7, 109 points

Wild: 46-28-8, 100 points

Regular-season series: Wild won 2-1-1 (Blues 2-2-0)

Nashville Predators vs. Chicago Blackhawks

Central Division No. 2 vs. Central Division No. 3

Predators: 47-24-10, 104 points

Blackhawks: 48-28-6, 102 points

Regular-season series: Blackhawks won 3-1-0 (Predators 1-1-2)

Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames

Pacific Division No. 2 vs. Pacific Division No. 3

Canucks: 47-29-5, 99 points

- Games remaining: 1

Flames: 45-30-7, 97 points

Regular-season series: Flames won 2-1-1 (Canucks 2-2-0)

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