With two games, Monday is light on quantity … but oh boy, talk about quality.
You really can’t get much better than a Game 7, which we’ll be treated to for sure tonight and possibly again if the Predators can survive against the Ducks. Expect a lot of nervous hockey fans this evening.
Here’s how you can watch the games (get your two screen options ready)…
Anaheim at Nashville (8:00 p.m. ET)
The TV broadcast of Game 6 will be on CNBC. To stream the game using the NBC Sports Live Extra app, click here.
Chicago at St. Louis (8:30 p.m. ET)
The TV broadcast of Game 7 will be on NBCSN. To stream the game using the NBC Sports Live Extra app, click here.
Here’s some reading material to get you ready for tonight’s action:
Sure, there’s probably a Debbie Downer here or there who will complain about Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals.
(This post is on the Internet, where you can find a person to complain about virtually anything.)
Most hockey fans and observers are giddy with excitement about these two teams facing off for the first time since 2009.
It doesn’t hurt that, after seeing both franchises stumble seriously in the intervening years, it seems like both the Penguins and Capitals are in a relatively good place. Washington won the Presidents’ Trophy while the Penguins have been called the hottest team in the NHL right now.
Alex Ovechkin sure seems excited, too, as you can see in the video above.
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