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Your Guide to The Best Viewing Experience for The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

The 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs have been plenty entertaining thus far and things are only about to heat up with the first round set to conclude early this week. There have been so many great storylines this NHL season and they seem to have carried over into the playoffs. Chief amongst them are the Vegas Golden Knights, an expansion team going into this season, sweeping the Los Angeles Kings in the first round to continue their fairy tales season and the Pittsburgh Penguins are continuing their quest at a historic three peat. But no matter what team you root for, there is no better time to watch an NHL game than now. So why not have fun and go to a game watch party? FanWide gives fans like you this opportunity no matter where you live or are traveling so you can enjoy the games surrounded by fans like you.

Visit to find a NHL watch party or fan club near you.

A lot of NHL teams run their only game watch parties. For instance, the Nashville Predators, one of the current co-favorites to win it all, have approved many locations for fans throughout Tennessee to watch their games together. But what about the fans who live outside of Tennessee or fans that like other teams? This is where FanWide comes in. No matter where you are, FanWide can hook you up with other fans from every team who live out of area at viewing parties at local sports bars and restaurants. This will allow you to watch the games in a playoff atmosphere.

Here is how to find game watch parties for NHL playoff teams.

Eastern Conference Playoff Teams

Boston Bruins

Columbus Blue Jackets

Pittsburg Penguins

Tampa Bay Lightning

Toronto Maple Leafs

Washington Capitals

Western Conference Playoff Teams

Nashville Predators

San Jose Sharks

Vegas Golden Knights

Winnipeg Jets

Enjoy this postseason and make sure to not miss a moment of the 2018 NHL Playoffs by using FanWide to help you find viewing parties to enjoy all the action on the ice with other passionate hockey fans until one team is left raising the Stanley Cup.