Habs drive for 25 begins Wednesday

After 2,460 regular games, 16 teams remain with a chance to claim Lord Stanley's Cup.

After a disappointing year last season, five Canadian teams mark the country's return to the post season: Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary and Edmonton.

The matchups are set.

In the East: The Habs renew hostilities with the New York Rangers, Ottawa hosts Boston, Pittsburgh clashes with Columbus and Toronto gets to find a way to stop the President Trophy winning Washington Capitals.

In the West: P.K. Subban and the Nashville Predators will make the trip to Chicago, Calgary will try and finally win a game in Anaheim, Minnesota meets St. Louis, while San Jose fly's north to take on Edmonton.

The Habs will kick off the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Wednesday night at 7:00 P.M.

Game two will be Friday, also here in Montreal at 7:00 P.M.

The teams will move to New York for games three and four, Sunday April 16 and Tuesday April 18, both at 7:00 P.M.

If the series goes more than four, games five and seven will be in Montreal (Thursday April 20, Monday April 24) with game six in New York (Saturday April 22).

All games can be heard live on TSN690.