The Dallas Stars and Detroit Red Wings are both in the running to win the Stanley Bowl, but the Detroit Red Wing has a chance at getting a chance to do so.
The Red Wings have been a surprise team in the Western Conference this season and are now looking for their first-ever playoff berth in franchise history.
While the Wings have won just one playoff game, the team has been dominant in the first round of the playoffs, which includes a 5-0-0 record against the Detroit teams that advanced to the Western Final.
The Wings, who were eliminated in the Eastern Conference semifinals, will look to go into the second round against the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday.
The Avalanche are coming off a 4-1 win against the Dallas Stars in the conference finals.
The Stars are coming into the game with a 2-3-0 overall record in the playoffs and they have two victories in their last four games against the Avalanche.
The Colorado Avalanche will try to get a victory for the second straight game in their season finale on Saturday.
Colorado has the second-best goal differential in the NHL and is one of three teams in the league to record a goal in every game in this series.
The most goals the Avalanche have scored in any game of this series are a 4 in Game 6 of the Western Finals, a 3 in Game 5 of the Eastern Finals and a 2 in Game 3 of the Conference Semifinals.
The only teams in this year’s Western Conference Finals with fewer goals are the San Jose Sharks (4), Dallas Stars (3) and St. Louis Blues (2).
The Avalanche lead the series 2-1-0.
The next best goal differential is the Colorado Panthers (1.83).