After one of the most thrilling, exciting, edge-of-your-seat first rounds in the history of the NHL, we can only hope the second round will live up to what the first round brought us in entertainment value.
Four of the eight series went to a Game 7, eventually with most of the higher seeds eventually taking the series. Only one minor upset happened, even if you can call it that, when the Nashville Predators defeated the Anaheim Ducks in six hard-fought games, four games to two.
We now look forward to the second round and its matchups. Here you will likely see matchups and game plans executed at every whistle, so home ice should prove to be an advantage for most teams.
In this slideshow, I plan on ranking the top remaining second lines left in the NHL. Some have changed since the season began, some have not.
For the purpose of this article, I will be sourcing DailyFaceoff.com for all second lines left in hockey.