The Anaheim Ducks and Winnipeg Jets set a high bar for entertainment with their action-packed overtime game on Monday. We’ll see if any of Tuesday’s four games may just throw down the gauntlet once more.
First things first, the last Game 3 of the first round takes place as the Tampa Bay Lightning visit Joe Louis Arena to take on the Detroit Red Wings in a series that is tied 1-1. You can watch on NBCSN and stream it via NBC Sports Live Extra.
The Washington Capitals aren’t shy about how big this game is for them, as they hope to tie their 2-1 series with the New York Islanders, who possess one of the better home-ice advantages of these playoffs. USA Network covers the action, but you may also watch online.
The Blackhawks won the first game back in Chicago, so they now hold a 2-1 series lead against the Nashville Predators. Tonight’s Game 4 could go a long way to determining if this is a long, classic series or a competitive-but-short one. NBCSN has this game, stream it below:
The Calgary Flames try to do similar things against the Vancouver Canucks, as they upstart bunch currently holds a 2-1 series lead in the Pacific’s 2 vs. 3 matchup. USA Network carries this game, and as you may have guessed, there’s a streaming option too.