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2020 NHL Playoffs live updates: Penguins vs. Canadiens in qualifying round Game 1; highlights, score, analysis

The NHL is finally back following a four-month hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic. The sport’s restart gets right into the thick of things, immediately jumping into the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs with an unprecedented 24 teams given a shot to lift Lord Stanley’s Cup.

An unprecedented number of teams requires an unprecedented postseason format to go along with it. The first portion of the playoffs features a qualifying round where teams outside of the top-four of each conference will face off against one another in a five-game series for one of eight remaining spots in the next round — those remaining top four have already qualified for the next round. You can check out the full schedule for the qualifying round here.

Below you’ll find updates, highlights and scores from every postseason game that has happened in this qualifying round so far. Stay with CBS Sports for your Stanley Cup playoff coverage and analysis, and check out CBS Sports HQ for daily highlights and breakdowns.

Final Scores

  • Carolina Hurricanes (1-0) def. New York Rangers (0-1), 3-2 (box score)
  • Chicago Blackhawks (1-0) def. Edmonton Oilers (0-1), 6-4 (box score)
  • New York Islanders (1-0) def. Florida Panthers (0-1), 2-1 (box score)

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GOAL! Jeff Petry Game winner! Canadiens tale-1-0 series lead over Penguins in their best-of-five series. Now, both 12-seeds — Montreal and Chicago — have taken 1-0 series leads in the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.

Jonathan Drouin misses then OT penalty shot, and we remain locked up at 2-2 in Toronto

Another Penalty Shot!

Sheary misses wide

Penalty Shot! Conor Sheary vs. Carey Price

This third period has been littered with power plays, and now Pittsburgh will have another man advantage after an interference call against Montreal’s Paul Byron.

Power Play GOAL! Bryan Rust bangs home a deflection on the man-advantage, and just like that Pittsburgh has tied the game up at 2-2 at 12: 34 of the 2nd period

And now a Penguins power play with 9: 01 left in the second period. Habs winger Jonathan Drouin will sit for two minutes.

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