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The Stanley Cup is one of the most recognizable trophies in the world, and it's one that all professional hockey players strive to win. "All Access: Quest for the Stanley Cup" chronicles the last four NHL teams vying for the Cup as they work their way through the back half of the NHL playoffs with conference finals and the Stanley Cup Final. The docuseries takes viewers onto the ice, into the locker rooms, and inside the minds of the players and coaches as they do whatever is needed to achieve the ultimate goal. It's hard work, but it's worth it for the team whose players get to hoist the Stanley Cup into the air in victory.

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Behind the scenes as the Pittsburgh Penguins win their second consecutive Stanley Cup.
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A look at the final four teams of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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A look at the final four teams of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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A look at the final four teams of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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A look at the final four teams of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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The teams prepare for a final battle; the Pittsburgh Penguins hoist the Stanley Cup.
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Postseason access to the players and locker rooms leading up to the 2016 Stanley Cup.
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With the finals underway, the stakes are high for participating teams; players and coaches from the Pittsburgh Penguins and the San Jose Sharks.
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As the conference finals begin to heat up, tensions rise both on the ice and in the locker room; the final four teams make critical adjustments.
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Postseason access to the players and locker rooms leading up to the 2016 Stanley Cup.

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