The Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Anaheim Ducks 5-3 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday evening, and Jonathan Toews' pair of goals paved Chicago's way:
The NHL had posted his on May 28th, but this still holds true, and all you have to do is give the Lightning home-ice advantage (thanks to a 108-point finish to Chicago's 102) to figure out where the games will take place:
STANLEY CUP FINAL WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
NEW YORK (May 28, 2015) -- The National Hockey League today announced the schedule of dates for the 2015 Stanley Cup Final, which will begin on Wednesday, June 3.
The Stanley Cup Final will match the winner of the Eastern Conference Final,
either the New York Rangers or[the] Tampa Bay Lightning, against the winner of the Western Conference Final between the Anaheim Ducks andChicago Blackhawks. Both best-of-seven series are tied, 3-3.
The club which earned the greater number of standings points during the 2014-15 regular season[, Tampa Bay,] will have home-ice advantage in the Stanley Cup Final and will host Games 1, 2 and, if necessary, Games 5 and 7. The other club will host Games 3, 4 and, if necessary, Game 6. The Rangers collected a League-high 113 points, followed by the Ducks (109), Lightning (108) and Blackhawks (102).
The start time for all Stanley Cup Final games will be 8 p.m., ET. National broadcast information will be released when available.
2015 STANLEY CUP FINAL SCHEDULE
(all start times 8 p.m., ET)
Game 1 Wednesday, June 3 [at Tampa Bay]
Game 2 Saturday, June 6 [at Tampa Bay]
Game 3 Monday, June 8 [at Chicago]
Game 4 Wednesday, June 10 [at Chicago]
Game 5 * Saturday, June 13 [at Tampa Bay, if necessary]
Game 6 * Monday, June 15 [at Chicago, if necessary]
Game 7 * Wednesday, June 17 [at Tampa Bay, if necessary]