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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

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PlayerCurrent TeamBirth DatePlace of BirthMedia
Arbour, Amos (LW)  Jan 26, 1895Waubaushene, ON, CAN
Bell, Billy (C)  Jun 10, 1891Lachine, QC, CAN
Berlinquette, Louis (LW)  May 26, 1887Papineau, QC, CAN
Cameron, Harry (D)  Feb 6, 1890Pembroke, ON, CAN
Cleghorn, Odie (RW)  Sep 19, 1891Montreal, QC, CAN
Cleghorn, Sprague (D)  Mar 11, 1890Montreal, QC, CAN
Corbeau, Bert (D)  Feb 9, 1894Penetanguishene, ON, CAN
Coutu, Billy (D)  Mar 1, 1892North Bay, ON, CAN
Doherty, Fred (RW)  Aug 15, 1887Norwood, ON, CAN
Hall, Joe (D)  May 3, 1882Staffordshire, GBR
Lalonde, Newsy (C)  Oct 31, 1888Cornwall, ON, CAN
Malone, Joe (C)  Feb 28, 1890Quebec City, QC, CAN
McDonald, Jack (LW)  Feb 28, 1887Quebec, QC, CAN
Mummery, Harry (D)  Aug 25, 1889Chicago, IL, USA
Pitre, Didier (RW)  Sep 1, 1883Valleyfield, QC, CAN
Ritchie, Dave (D)  Jan 12, 1892Montreal, QC, CAN
Vezina, Georges (G)  Jan 21, 1887Chicoutimi, QC, CAN
Patrick Kane
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Patrick Kane
Right Wing - CHI
G: 2 | A: 1 | Pts: 3
Brandon Dubinsky
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Brandon Dubinsky
Center - CBJ
G: 1 | A: 1 | Pts: 2
Vladimir Tarasenko
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Vladimir Tarasenko
Right Wing - STL
G: 2 | A: 0 | Pts: 2
Kari Lehtonen
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Kari Lehtonen
Goalie - DAL
Sv: 105 | SA: 114
Sv%: .921
Total Star Pts: 30
1st Star: 1 times
Joe Pavelski
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Joe Pavelski
Center - SJS
G: 1 | A: 4 | Pts: 5
Total Star Pts: 30
1st Star: 1 times
Dale Weise
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Dale Weise
Right Wing - MTL
G: 1 | A: 1 | Pts: 2
Total Star Pts: 30
1st Star: 1 times

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round