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Stanley Cup Playoffs—2004

NOTE: Home teams are in capitals.

EASTERN CONFERENCE

  • Quarterfinals
  • Tampa Bay Lightning defeated New York Islanders,
    4 games to 1
  • Montreal Canadiens defeated Boston Bruins,
    4 games to 3
  • Philadelphia Flyers defeated New Jersey Devils,
    4 games to 1
  • Toronto Maple Leafs defeated Ottawa Senators,
    4 games to 3
  • Semifinals
  • Tampa Bay Lightning defeated Montreal Canadiens,
    4 games to 0
  • Philadelphia Flyers defeated Toronto Maple Leafs,
    4 games to 0
  • Finals
  • Tampa Bay Lightning defeated Philadelphia Flyers,
    4 games to 3
  • May 8—TAMPA BAY 3, Philadelphia 1
  • May 10—Philadelphia 6, TAMPA BAY 2
  • May 13—Tampa Bay 4, PHILADELPHIA 1
  • May 15—PHILADELPHIA 3, Tampa Bay 2
  • May 18—TAMPA BAY 4, Philadelphia 2
  • May 20—PHILADELPHIA 5, Tampa Bay 4 (OT)
  • May 22—TAMPA BAY 2, Philadelphia 1

WESTERN CONFERENCE

  • Quarterfinals
  • Detroit Red Wings defeated Nashville Predators,
    4 games to 2
  • San Jose Sharks defeated St. Louis Blues,
    4 games to 1
  • Calgary Flames defeated Vancouver Canucks,
    4 games to 3
  • Colorado Avalanche defeated Dallas Stars,
    4 games to 1
  • Semifinals
  • Calgary Flames defeated Detroit Red Wings,
    4 games to 2
  • San Jose Sharks defeated Colorado Avalanche,
    4 games to 2
  • Finals
  • Calgary Flames defeated San Jose Sharks,
    4 games to 2
  • May 9—Calgary 4, SAN JOSE 3 (OT)
  • May 11—Calgary 4, SAN JOSE 1
  • May 13—San Jose 3, CALGARY 0
  • May 16—San Jose 4, CALGARY 2
  • May 17—Calgary 3, SAN JOSE 0
  • May 19—CALGARY 3, San Jose 1

2004 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

  • Tampa Bay Lightning defeated Calgary Flames, 4 games to 3.
  • May 25—Calgary 4, TAMPA BAY 1
  • May 27—TAMPA BAY 4, Calgary 1
  • May 29—CALGARY 3, Tampa Bay 0
  • May 31—Tampa Bay 1, CALGARY 0
  • June 3—Calgary 3, TAMPA BAY 2 (OT)
  • June 5—Tampa Bay 3, CALGARY 2 (OT)
  • June 7—TAMPA BAY 2, Calgary 1
  • Conn Smythe Trophy for most valuable player in the playoffs: Brad Richards, Tampa Bay